Robin Ince

New Book From Robin Ince

Comedian Robin Ince quickly abandoned science at school, bored by a fog of dull lessons and intimidated by the barrage of equations. But, twenty years later, he fell back in love with science and now presents one of the world’s most popular science radio shows and podcasts.


News: Three New Series From Robin Ince

Robin Ince and The Cosmic Shambles Network are presenting three new online series this month with Robin at the helm. Each series is, in its own unique way, a wonderful, thought-provoking reaction to the times we are living in and the effect they are having on us all. Each is the perfect way to spend an entertaining hour. And potentially learn something too.

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News: Robin Ince Returns For Free Christmas Day Show With Special Guests

Robin Ince and his Cosmic Shambles friends will be back for a live show on Christmas Day. 

Seeing the way that the audience connected online during these shows, they felt that a live show on Christmas morning might be nice way of connecting with people who may be alone or looking after loved ones. 


News: Robin Ince's 24 Hour Show Goes Into Extra Time

Robin Ince’s shows have never been known to underrun…Ever.

This past weekend’s hugely successful ground-breaking show (which ran from midday, 12th December to 12.30pm 13th December) was no exception.

The Cosmic Shambles Network team still ended up with an excess of guests that they were unable to squeeze into the allotted time. That means this Saturday Robin is back with an extra chunk of time to make sure that no one is left out.


News: Robin Ince Hosts All-Star 24 Hour Nine Lessons And Carols For Socially Distanced People

Update 7/12: More names added – Eddie Izzard, Stewart Lee, Jo Brand, Richard Herring, Mark Gatiss, Amy Hoggard, Lawrence Leung and Ariane Sherrine, actors Kevin Eldon, Donna Lynne Champlin and Joel McHale, broadcasters Claudia Hammond and Helen Zaltzman, author Nikesh Shukla, climate scientist Tamsin Edwards, Antarctic zoologist Alexandra Dodds, singer-songwriters Zahara, Robyn Hitchcock, Charlotte Church and Diesel, archaeologist Dr Rebecca Wragg Sykes, psychologist Bruce Hood, poet 


News: Sea Shambles Albert Hall Show Goes Online

With the planned version of Sea Shambles sadly unable to go ahead, there will be a rejigged version of the show going out online on the same date and time.


Review: Stay At Home Festival with Robin Ince, Josie Long & Guests

When the coronavirus hit home last week there was a lot of talk about comedians setting up online gigs as their touring workload dropped off a cliff. As well as Scott Bennett setting up a show in his shed, Robin Ince was one of the first out the blocks, cranking open his contacts book and quickly putting together an entire comedy festival running daily from yesterday.


News: Robin Ince Launches Stay At Home Festival

Robin Ince has quickly organised a festival that fans can enjoy online.

From Monday, 23rd March (previews from 19th March) you will be able to go online to watch your favourite entertainers live via the internet.

Each show will be free to watch but with a pay what you can option with any profits going to help performers and venues that are in the most need in these difficult times.


News: Greater Manchester Fringe Shows Announced – Robin Ince & More (Ben Moor)

Comedian, writer and broadcaster Robin Ince will be performing two new shows in Manchester and Salford as part of the 9th Greater Manchester Fringe in July 2020.

Robin explores UFOs, aliens, conspiracy theories, the future of humanity and human evolution on the BBC Radio 4 show The Infinite Monkey Cage with Professor Brian Cox.


News: Robin Ince, British Sea Power, Josie Long, Lemn Sissay & More Take Over Albert Hall

Following the success of 2018’s hugely popular Space Shambles, The Cosmic Shambles Network is to return to The Royal Albert Hall in 2020 with a brand new sea themed spectacular which is destined to be their biggest show ever. 



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