John Robertson

News: Online Comedy Gig Gets Unborn Baby Kicking

Comedian and multimedia performer John Roberts had an online gig with a difference this weekend.
 
He has been streaming on Twitch twice a day, 7 days a week (12 shows p/w) at www.twitch.tv/robbotron and was doing his weekly Sunday Lunch With Yer Dad show, where he pretends to be the Divorced Aussie Dad of everybody in the chat, when a user pointed out she’d gone into contractions.

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News: Marathon Two Day Gig Raises Over £18,000 for NHS And Mental Health

Multi-media performer John Robertson has raised over £18,000 after hosting a 48 hour version of his interactive live-action videogame The Dark Room on the Twitch platform.

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News: Marathon Session Of Interactive Comedy Show For Charity

Multi-media performer John Robertson is to host a marathon session of his anarchic, interactive, live-action videogame comedy The Dark Room.

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News: First Novel From John Robertson

Comedian John Robertson's debut novel is to be published later this year.

The Little Town of Marrowville, is being published by Puffin on August 1st, 2019. Illustrations are by Louis Ghilbault.

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News: John Robertson's Cult Show The Dark Room Becomes A Proper Video Game

John Robertson's choose-your-own-adventure show The Dark Room is to become a real video game. It will be brought to life by Stirfire Studios beginning 20th September.

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News: Fremantle Launches New TV Label And Works With Dark Room Creator John Robertson

FremantleMedia has announced the launch of a new UK production label, Hare and Tortoise, led by Managing Director Jon Rolph and Creative Director Claire Nosworthy (pictured). It is already developing a number of new comedy projects and is working with comedians including Will Smith and  John Robertson - see below.

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: John Robertson, The Stand

Reviewed by Claire Smith.

With a blast of rock music Robertson, smartly suited, long white hair flying, strides onto the stage to take possession of the space.

Review: Malcolm Hardee 10 Years On, Up The Creek

There was no dilemma about choosing a picture to go with this review. While Malcolm Hardee might not have been present – he died ten years ago on January 31, 2005, drowning in his beloved Thames – he was very much there in spirit throughout this show that was both a celebration of his life and fundraiser for the film being made about him directed by Jody Vandenburg and Domenico Favata and written by Naomi De Pear.

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