Dave's One Night Stand

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Dave's One Night Stand
GenreStand-up comedy
Created byUKTV
Developed byGallowgate Productions
Directed byLucie Vietch
Theme music composerEdward Stove
Opening themeDave
Ending themeDave (Instrumental)
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of series4
No. of episodes20 (list of episodes)
Executive producerEd Forsdick
ProducerMartin Dance
Production locationUKTV Studios
EditorJames Collett
Camera setup3SIXTYMEDIA
Running time43 minutes approximately
Production companiesITV Studios
Amigo Television
Phil McIntyre Television
DistributorUK Gold Services Ltd
Original networkDave
Dave HD
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatStereo
Original release10 October 2010 (2010-10-10) –
12 December 2012 (2012-12-12)

Dave's One Night Stand is a British comedy programme made by Amigo Television and Phil McIntyre Television for Dave. The series featured stand-up comedians performing in their hometowns. It was first broadcast for four series from 10 October 2010 until 12 December 2012.


Each episode featured a stand-up comedian taking the viewers on a tour of their hometown, they then headline a stand-up act at the local theatre with two supporting acts.[1]


For the first series each headline act performed at a different location in the United Kingdom with two supporting acts. From the second the acts performed in the UK or Ireland. Despite being advertised as comedians doing a stand up show in their home towns, there is the occasional episode where they do not appear in that location (Reginald D. Hunter for example, whose episode was filmed in Edinburgh).

The show was produced by ITV Studios, Amigo Television and Phil McIntyre Entertainment. The theme tune was composed by Edward Stove.[1]


Series Start date End date Episodes
10 October 2010 7 November 2010 5
14 April 2011 12 May 2011 5
17 November 2011 15 December 2011 5
14 November 2012 12 December 2012 5


  1. ^ a b Ian Wolf. "Dave's One Night Stand - Production Details". British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 9 October 2010.

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