Lee Evans and Keeley Hawes recently made an appearance on the popular chat show, Alan Carr: Chatty Man, and the interview was nothing short of entertaining. The duo, who are about to star in the comedy play “Barking in Essex,” had the audience in stitches with their hilarious anecdotes and witty banter.

During the interview, Alan Carr couldn’t help but comment on the amazing set, to which Lee Evans jokingly replied that he had actually paid for it himself. The conversation then took a lighthearted turn when Alan offered Lee and Keeley drinks. Lee, being the comedian that he is, quipped that he had a martini while Keeley had a “girl women only drink.” The playful banter between the guests and the host set the tone for the rest of the interview.

As they discussed their summer plans, Keeley Hawes mentioned that she had gone on a trip to Egypt with her children. Lee Evans, on the other hand, took his mom on a safari, an experience that led to some hilarious misunderstandings with the locals mistaking them for a couple. The audience erupted in laughter as Lee humorously added, “we ended up making love with it,” leaving everyone in stitches.

The main topic of discussion, however, was their new play, “Barking in Essex.” Lee and Keeley described it as a hilarious yet serious play about a dysfunctional family. They invited the viewers to come and see the play, promising a night filled with laughter and a touch of emotional depth.

A trailer of the play was shown during the interview, giving the audience a taste of what to expect. The chemistry between Lee and Keeley was undeniable, and they effortlessly brought their characters to life. Alan Carr even complemented Keeley on her portrayal of an “Essex slag,” jokingly stating that even Miley Cyrus would be envious.

The conversation then shifted to the actors’ accents. Keeley revealed that she had taken elocution lessons to sound posh for a previous role, which led to a humorous demonstration of their accents. Lee teasingly suggested that Keeley use a pencil to sound posh, leading to a comical interlude where Keeley attempted to speak with a pencil in her mouth.

As the interview progressed, the energy in the room continued to rise, with Lee Evans discussing his upcoming stand-up tour, titled “Monsters in Stirs.” He explained that the name was inspired by his tendency to worry and overthink things, calling them the “monsters in his head.” The audience laughed and applauded in appreciation, showing their support for the renowned comedian.

Overall, Lee Evans and Keeley Hawes‘ appearance on Alan Carr: Chatty Man was a delightful mix of humor and wit. The lively conversation and hilarious anecdotes had the audience thoroughly entertained. With their undeniable chemistry and comedic timing, it’s no wonder that their play, “Barking in Essex,” is a must-see for comedy lovers.