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Mesmerising, heartfelt and touching, but - thanks to brilliant writing - manages to deliver huge laughs too.

British Comedy Guide

The Darkness of Robins 2017

A master class in tempo, tone and character.

The Guardian

Hot Shame 2019

A show of genuine depth and humanity… There can’t be many better stand-up shows at the Fringe than this.

Chortle

Speakeasy 2015

Comedy in its rawest form: one man, one microphone, one fantastically funny show.

ThreeWeeks

Where Is My Mind? 2013

Beta-male inadequacies with alpha-comic skill.

The Times

Hot Shame 2019

A particularly startling brand of funny, this level of self-exposure – because it’s taboo, particularly for a man, to be this distraught in public, far less while encouraging people to laugh about it.

The Guardian

The Darkness of Robins 2017

Funny, joyous and charmingly self-deprecating.

Chortle

Where Is My Mind? 2013

Robins exploits his misery for every single possible laugh – transforming his pain into one long existential comic howl against the human condition.

The Scotsman

The Darkness of Robins 2017

For all his inadequacies in real life, on stage he’s in absolute command of what he’s doing: having a room hanging on his every word.

Chortle

Hot Shame 2019

A broken heart in a jester’s cap, Robins fills the room with complicated joy.

The Guardian

The Darkness of Robins 2017

A show that tests the limits of where you can go with comedy.

Chortle

The Darkness of Robins 2017

A goose bump inducing show that lays bare the limits of comedy.

The Telegraph

The Darkness of Robins 2017