February 14, 2013, 9:23 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Alan Davies, one of the UK 's most loved comedians, is finally returning to the stage for a stand-up tour after a hiatus of nearly 10 years.
Performing at the Hammersmith Apollo, Davies will play two gigs on Valentine's weekend, returning to his roots with a stand up performance lauded as one of the best around. Having first truly grabbed the nation's attention with his performance as magician's helper turned detective in Jonathan Creek, Davies shows that he still has the charisma, not to mention the comedic instincts, to effortlessly carry a crowd.
Of course, the comedian has never been far from our screens with his permanent installation as Stephen Fry's fall guy in QI, and with spells presenting the radio under his belt, the Davies that returns to the stand-up scene has a few more strings to his bow – as well as a few more years, as he takes pains to point out with the title of his show is 'Life is Pain'.
For fans new and old, or simply those looking for something a bit different, check out LondonTown.com for tickets, where you'll also find some great deals on London hotels.
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