Edinburgh Comedy Award winner John Robins returns to the Epstein Theatre this autumn with his new live stand-up show.
Hot Shame is the comedian and radio host’s first show since his acclaimed The Darkness of Robins and promises plenty of soul-bearing, self-lacerating, piping-hot shame.
The 36-year-old Bristolian said: “Following my commercial digital indie radio quest to rid the UK of shame, I have decided to climb the rope out of John's Shame Well to travel the country with stories of Hot Shame.
“Conveniently I already had a 44-date pub crawl in the diary, and my agents suggested I combine it with shows at regional arts centres and theatres. After some long, and, at times, quite heated discussions about remuneration, I agreed.”
Oxford graduate Robins started his comedy career in 2005 and has appeared on a host of TV shows including Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and Russell Howard’s Good News. He and fellow funnyman Elis James have hosted a radio show and podcast together since 2014.
Accolades include Best Compere at the Chortle Awards, and the 2017 Edinburgh Comedy Award.
John Robins brings Hot Shame to the Epstein Theatre on November 8. Tickets HERE