bobby mair

News: Bobby Mair & Harriet Kemsley Come Together In New Series

Two bonkers comedians. One real wedding. What could possibly go wrong? New series Bobby & Harriet Get Married launches this month on Comedy Central UK.


News: Comedian Offers Free Tickets To Adopted Fans

Comedian Bobby Mair is offering free tickets to his touring show to anybody who has been adopted.

Writing on social media he explained the offer and the reasons behind it.

"Since my shows about adoption, I've decided anyone whose adopted will get in for free to my tour shows. If you or anyone you know is adopted please email me at [email protected] with proof and I will provide you with a fee ticket to a city of your choosing."


News: UK Tour for Bobby Mair In 2018

Bobby Mair is to tour the UK in 2018 with his latest show, Loudly Insecure. Beginning on the 1st February at Nottingham’s Glee Club, the tour will take in a total of 26 dates, concluding at Manchester’s Frog and Bucket on 25th March.


Preview: Bobby Mair Headlines Benefit Gig

UK-based Canadian stand-up Bobby Mair is headlining a fundraiser at the Colour House Theatre in Abbey Mills on November 29.

Mair has appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and more recently with his wife Harriet Kemsley in their own reality TV series Bobby And Harriet Get Married.

The show is a benefit gig for comedian Caroline Bridgewater, who has been diagnosed with cancer. The money raised will go towards treatment unavailable on the NHS.


News: Bobby Mair's Katie Hopkins Prank Goes Viral

Comedian Bobby Mair's video showing how he pranked Katie Hopkins has gone viral. Mair appeared in an episode of Katie Hopkins Vs. The World this week so that he could take the appearance fee and give it to everyone Katie Hopkins hates. The video in which he interviews the kind of people Hopkins has criticised, from fat people to old people to people called Tyler, has attracted over 100,000 views in a day.


Edinburgh Preview: Bobby Mair

I've been tipping Canadian Bobby Mair for greatness ever since I stumbled into his 2013 Edinburgh show Obviously Adopted by accident. Though it actually looked as if Mair was the one that had had an accident. He appeared scruffy, distracted, a bit like a scrawny-bearded extra from Deliverance, but he definitely had something. His beard was rubbish but his comedy was great.


Zircon - This is a contributing Drupal Theme
Design by WeebPal.