Robin Boot's Rockomedy: Punderstruck

Comedy (stand-up, music)

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  • Accessibility:
    Sight not needed
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.

Description

After four consecutive years of full houses at the Fringe, the wild man of musical comedy returns with more rock'n'roll hilarity. Clever wordplay, surreal themes and blistering rock guitar makes Robin Boot one of those must-see Edinburgh acts. Voted one of the Top Three New Comedians of 2016 (LastMinuteComedy.com). 'Big presence, big delivery, big laughs' (Paul Revill, Castle Comedy). 'Hilarious and always a favourite with the crowd' (John Wildgoose, founder of Into the Wild Festival). 'The Springsteen of comedy' (GaBComedy.com). 'This guy cracks me up' (Charlotte Briere, That's TV). 'One-man pun machine' (Christian O'Connell, Absolute Radio).

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General venue access

  • Sight not needed
  • Accessible entry: There are 3 steps from the Niddry entrance. Once inside there is full level access to the performance space.
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 2 - 5
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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J Goodman 91 days ago

4.5 Stars

What a find - we only went into avoid the rain!
Great and witty puns with a blend of comedy tunes and speaking. Show flowed well and had links within it. Great stage presence, a great show. Well worth seeing.

Norman Wisdom 92 days ago

Went to see the show on the recommendation of my son and was not expecting much to be honest. How wrong was I ? Fantastic show. Technically gifted musicianship and brilliant comedy. Don't miss it

Guy & Fi 94 days ago

What a great way to start our day. Robin’s refreshing mix of guitar rock and easy comedy (not easy!) is endearing and hilarious. Intimate venue. A true crowd pleaser. And his Country Song - truly one of the great ballads of all time. Wow, loved it!

Fiona McCallum 97 days ago

Seeing Robin rock his audience’s socks off is the perfect start to any day at the Fringe, and has become a ‘must see’. Clever wordplay, scorching guitar riffs, big laughs, and excellent hair. And still the only person to be able to get the words ‘front bottom’ into a rock song. Saw the show a week ago, only just posting my review now because I’ve been looking for my flippin’ socks...
Keep on rockin’ In the Free Fringe, Robin!

Kate Brennan 97 days ago

5 star show. Excellent way to spend an hour. Very funny jokes , expert guitar player. Entertaining and engaging performer who gets the whole audience rocking along.

Ryan Shiells 99 days ago

Rock music, puns, a rocking hairdo and a potential chance of nudity (yet to go to a show where it hasn't been requested or suggested). A perfect blend of the unsubtle puns, the loud but on point music and a few puns that fill the room with a great laugh when the audience got the joke.

A spot on sense of humour and music mixes to create a show that I just couldn't help but enjoy. If you can't help but laugh at crude puns and head bang along with the best, go see Robin, perhaps once he might even fall for one of those requested nudity moments?

James Robertson 99 days ago

Third time we’ve been to the Fringe and seen Robin Boot each time. Always a brilliant show. Very funny rock songs and jokes. Fantastic interaction with the audience. Highly recommended.

Jaleelah Galbraith 105 days ago

Loved this show! Laughed throughout!! He is really talented and it’s a very very fun hour! Go and enjoy!


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Broadway Baby (3/5 stars) 103 days ago

A rock guitar-playing punsmith may sound like it has a niche appeal to a certain type of Fringegoer, but Robin Boot’s early afternoon show in Whistlebinkies managed to pull in a crowd with a 50-year age range, and left nobody disappointed.Boot kicks off from the back of the room, dropping...

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