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Robin Ince interview

Wednesday 27th February 2013

Ploughing his own singular furrow as far as stand-up careers go, the accidentally influential Robin Ince returns with another science-based outing. But how will it do in the provinces?


Press Clippings

Robin Ince, Soho Theatre review - fun among the chaos

Celebration of the complexities of the human mind.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 15th July 2019

Study of the comedy brain failed to deliver a punchline

Robin Ince, the award-winning stand-up comedian and presenter of the BBC Radio 4 comedy The Infinite Monkey Cage, helped a team from University College London to set up a study comparing brain activity in 30 comedians with a control group of 20 people who were not public speakers.

David Sanderson, The Times, 30th May 2019

Robin Ince: Chaos Of Delight review

Ince proves that everything is interesting if you look hard enough, and that there's a great big dose of funny it a lot of it. You might just need to take a few deep breaths when it's all over and the world stops spinning.

Jo Beggs, The Reviews Hub, 12th March 2019

Robin Ince on the benefits of humour

Comedians do not necessarily just make us laugh; they can also break down barriers and bring us closer together.

Robin Ince,, 4th March 2019

Chortle Awards 2019 nominees

The nominees have been revealed for the 2019 Chortle Awards. Kiri Pritchard-McLean leads the lists, with four nominations.

British Comedy Guide, 26th February 2019

Robin Ince: Radio needs voices like Jeremy Hardy's

Robin Ince reflects on the late, great Hardy, his first comedy love.

Robin Ince, The Big Issue, 11th February 2019

Best comedy books and DVDs of 2018

There are lashings of laughter for Christmas. Bruce Dessau rounds up the pick of the comedy crop on screen and on the page.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 7th December 2018

Robin Ince: A comedian's words can throw out lifebelts

Our editor Jon Sutton reviews 'I'm a Joke and So Are You: A Comedian's Take on What Makes us Human', by Robin Ince, and meets the author.

Jon Sutton, The Psychologist, 22nd November 2018