On The Town With The League Of Gentlemen

Black comedy with the multi-award winning team who invite you to spend time in the town of Spent with some 'local people'.

Episodes

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01Welcome To Spent - A Guest At The Dentons1997110619980519
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The dark comedy about the 'local people' of Spent. From November 1997.

The dark comedy about the 'local people' of Spent - before it hit TV. With Mark Gatiss and Steve Pemberton. From November 1997.

Perrier Award winners star in a six-part, blackly comic sketch show set in the town of Spent. Written by and starring Mark Gatiss. Reece Shearsmith ,

Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson. Producer Sarah Smith

The dark comedy about the 'local people' of Spent, before it hit TV.

Pauline the Restart Officer, Matthew Chinnery the Vet and Barbara the Cabbie - just some of the resident misfits of a remote Northern town.

The first incarnation of the award-winning black comedy, about the "local people" of Spent - before it hit TV.

Starring Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.

Written by the cast and Jeremy Dyson.

The League of Gentlemen won a Perrier Edinburgh Festival award in 1997 and this radio series debuted in the same year. They also won a Sony Radio Award. The cult series switched to TV for three series on BBC 2 from 1999, plus stage shows and a feature film.

Producer: Sarah Smith

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 1997.

Pauline the Restart Officer, Matthew Chinnery the Vet and Barbara the Cabbie - just some of the resident misfits of a remote Northern town.

The first incarnation of the award-winning black comedy, about the "local people" of Spent - before it hit TV.

Starring Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.

Written by the cast and Jeremy Dyson.

The League of Gentlemen won a Perrier Edinburgh Fesvital award in 1997 and this radio series debuted in the same year. They also won a Sony Radio Award. The cult series switched to TV for three series on BBC 2 from 1999, plus stage shows and a feature film.

Producer: Sarah Smith

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 1997.

03Go To Joan Glover - The School1997112019980602
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The secondary school in the town of Spent tries to improve its relationship with the community.

A theatre troupe visit the school. Pre-TV sitcom with Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith and Mark Gatiss. From November 1997.

A theatre troupe visit the school. With Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith and Mark Gatiss.

Black comedy written by and starring Mark Gatiss , Reece Shearsmith ,

Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson. 3: The School

Producer Sarah Smith

An educational theatre troupe with an unusual agenda visit the school in the remote northern town.

The first incarnation of the award-winning black comedy, about the "local people" of Spent - before it hit TV.

Starring Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.

Written by the cast and Jeremy Dyson.

The League of Gentlemen won a Perrier Edinburgh Fesvital award in 1997 and this radio series debuted in the same year. They also won a Sony Radio Award. The cult series switched to TV for three series on BBC 2 from 1999, plus stage shows and a feature film.

Producer: Sarah Smith

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 1997.

04Gunpowder, Treason And Plot - Bonfire Nights1997112719980609
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A bridegroom disappears from a rowdy stag night, and the local kids have got a new guy for the town bonfire.

The locals get an unusual new guy for the bonfire. Pre-TV sketch show with Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. From November 1997.

The locals get an unusual new guy for the bonfire. Pre-TV sketch show from November 1997.

Black comedy written by and starring Mark Gatiss , Reece Shearsmith ,

Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson. 4: Bonfire Nights. A bridegroom disappears from a rowdy stag night, and the local kids have got a new guy for the town bonfire. Producer Sarah Smith

The locals of the remote northern town get an unusual new guy for the bonfire.

The first incarnation of the award-winning black comedy, about the "local people" of Spent - before it hit TV.

Starring Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.

Written by the cast and Jeremy Dyson.

The League of Gentlemen won a Perrier Edinburgh Festival award in 1997 and this radio series debuted in the same year. They also won a Sony Radio Award. The cult series switched to TV for three series on BBC 2 from 1999, plus stage shows and a feature film.

Producer: Sarah Smith

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 1997.

06 LASTSurprise - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen1997121119980623
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It's Christmas time in the town of Spent, likely to be more black than white, but who will be celebrating?

It's Christmas in the town of Spent, but who'll be partying? Comedy for 'local people' with Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton

It's Christmas in the town of Spent, but who'll be partying? Comedy for 'local people'.

It's Christmas in the town of Spent, but which residents are celebrating? Comedy for 'local people' with Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton. From December 1997.

The final part of the black comedy series written by and starring Mark Gatiss , Reece Shearsmith , Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson.

Surprise. Christmas party time in the town of Spent.

Producer Sarah Smith