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Farcical Comedy Club at The Left Bank Village
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“Wonderfully cheeky and engaging.” Three Weeks
A phenomenal comic. Utterly hilarious.” Broadway Baby
“Intelligent and hilarious. I highly recommend.” Joe Lycett
Robin is a Welsh stand-up comedian, writer and warm-up artiste based in London.
On stage, he incorporates his quick wit and natural storytelling with a charming, cheeky style. He’s wowed audiences up and down the country, regularly performing at the UK’s top comedy clubs and festivals. He’s a natural.
Robin is an established comedy writer, with credits including Have I Got News For You (BBC One), Newzoids (ITV), Blind Date (C5) The News Quiz (BBC R4) and The Now Show (BBC R4) amongst others.
He wrote and starred in his own stand-up special ‘Robin Morgan: Proposes’ and sitcom ‘Relocation’, both broadcast on BBC Radio Wales in 2017.
He was awarded one of BBC Comedy’s bursary contract writer’s in 2016, with previous alumni including Douglas Adams, Stewart Lee and Angus Deayton.
Robin is also a studio warm-up artist, including The Graham Norton Show (BBC One), Blind Date (C5), CelebAbility (ITV2) and David Baddiel’s Don’t Make Me Laugh (BBC Radio 4) amongst others.
The audience warmed to him straight away, he is a delight to witness on stage’ – The Laughing Sole
Rob Kemp is. There’s no denying it, I have witnessed him doing that thing he does.
If irreverent, deconstructional whimsy isn’t already a comedy genre, then I don’t know how to describe him. He hasn’t won any awards or competitions, but then, that’s probably down to a secret government conspiracy, and not a reflection of his skills as a comedian.
Dan Thomas has been performing as a stand-up since 2005, turning full time in 2010, when he was a finalist in the Welsh Unsigned Stand Up Awards and the Loaded Laftas. The following year Dan supported Russell Kaneon his national tour of Smokescreens and Castles. Dan alos works in TV warm-up for shows including Deal Or No Deal.
Dan has also appeared on ITV’s “Houseguest” and BBC Wales “Funny Business”.
Other credits include “The Rhodri Williams Show” (BBC Radio Wales / Boomerang), “What’s The Story?” (BBC Radio Wales / Tidy Productions). Dan also recently appeared in “Chaos at the Glee Club” (Goldrush Productions) and “The World of Acting” (Clare Sturges Productions)
His stage work includes the 2010 sell out play “And The Killer Is…”
“A barnstorming frenetic bastard after my own heart. Quality.” Russell Kane
“Dynamic, dramatic, and funny. If you want comedy this guy is for real. Catch him while you can!” The Glee Club
“Leading the next generation of Welsh comedy” 24/7 Magazine
“Dan Thomas shone brightest… The crowd approves.” Buzz Magazine