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Joe Tracini | 12:45 UK time, Tuesday, 27 October 2009

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One of Joe's sketches for Comedy Extra

Hello all! So, it is my sad duty to tell you that filming of Coming of Age series two has come to an end. We had highs and lows, laughter and tears, singing and dancing, sexual innuendo and just plain dirty talking. Twas a wonderful few months. Some good news coming at you though, it will be on your screens early 2010, WOOHOO! Make sure you all watch and tell your friends.
The series came on so much this year, I'm damn sure you're going to love it. And if you don't, Family Guy will be on afterwards so you might as well watch it till the end, giggidy giggidy, giggidy goo.

Series One has been going out every Monday at 10.30, after EastEnders on BBC Three, and the final episode was on last night. No need to fret if you've missed it, because it'll be available to watch for a week on iPlayer - and it's also out on DVD, WOOHOO again. The perfect Christmas gift for your mum, dad, auntie, uncle, nan, granddad. OK, maybe not nan and granddad, but some old people like a bit of rumpy pumpy now and again, so why not take a risk!

The lovely people at the BBC have asked me to keep writing this now and again, so as soon as I hear any news or interesting information, I'll throw it on to you.

Also, for anybody that's interested (so...you!), I've filmed some sketches for the BBC's Comedy Extra site, so take a look. They're mildly amusing, I'm sure you'll agree, and there are more to come, so keep your eyes open....

I'm also playing Buttons in Cinderella at the Hawth Theatre in Crawley this Christmas. Julian Clary's in it too, and he's been being funny a lot longer than I have, and is better than me in oh-so-many ways. So if you fancy coming down, that would be marvellous, we could have a cuddle and maybe a biscuit.

Take care you lot, speak to you soon!!!

Joe Tracini plays DK in the BBC Three sitcom Coming of Age. Read the rest of his diary here on the Comedy Blog.



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