“One of the best MCs in the business’
Comedy from the Wilderness, Radio 4 (Autumn 2021)
Robin’s fun and improvised style creates a playful, stimulating and accessible atmosphere. It has spanned the sublime to the ridiculous, from performances under the Parthenon sculptures at the British Museum to hosting the Paw Pageant, a fashion show for dogs.
It’s taken him from the Tate Britain to St Tropez, New York and Turkey. He’s collaborated with artists such as Gavin Turk, Deborah Curtis, Damien Hirst and Jarvis Cocker.
‘Wild, colourful and left the audience enamoured‘
★★★★★ Edinburgh Festival Magazine
Robin hosts a powder paint fight at Secret Garden Party. Since, 2017 he has hosted the Atrium stage at Wilderness Festival working with performers such as Jurassic 5, Roy Ayers and institutions such as Sadlers Wells and the RSC.
Robin hosts the ‘seaside Olympics’, more specifically inflatable flamingo racing, in Bodrum Turkey, and performs to 5000 people under a rainbow in an airplane hanger in Dublin.
‘Very Funny and very engaging’ Head of Events at Facebook EMEA
He’s also hosted shows for corporate clients such as Nike, Facebook, Google, M and S and Warner Brothers, and for private clients such as Shoreditch House and Lou Lous.
Robin has also written, cast and produced bespoke shows. In 2019 he took a cast of 30 to the French Rivera, where he was commissioned to create and MC a show in an Edwardian hotel by the sea. It featured interactive games, character led comedy and performers such as Groove Armada. Here’s what the client said…
‘An incredible bunch, creative, in control, flexible, efficient, and just plain fun‘ Kurt (client)
Robin supports Motown legends Martha and the Vandellas at the Camden Jazz Cafe, as one half of his double act Robin and Partridge. Here, they are also in a commentary box for the Red Bull Soap Box race, and performing sketches on BBC iplayers ‘Pick of the Fringe’. They’ve also appeared at the V and A, Royal Festival Hall and the Alternative Art Car Boot Fair.
“banter at a pitch somewhere between vintage Vic and Bob and even-more-vintage Ade and Rik” Steve Bennett Chortle.co.uk