Robin Ince's Last Ever Show
Robin has decided it's time to hang up his microphone for good. But just before he resigned, something had to be done about the mess of thoughts he had jumbling up his brain.
Of course, by the time the main show was over he realised his brain wasn't properly empty, so we recorded another LAST EVER show a few months later.
So this double disc contains two full shows.
And if that's not enough, there's also a previously unreleased two hour show Robin recorded a few years ago at Chapter Arts Centre. So that's three. More? OK then ANOTHER full show, this time in mp3 audio format that you can download to your computer.
Show 1 is the main feature. An hour and a bit of Robin's favourite material from the last few years.
This performance was actually the second half of a show recorded at the Bloomsbury Theatre. The first half was an extended introduction to Robin's support act, Grace Petrie. That's on the disc too.
Show 2, we reconvened in the smaller theatre of the Bloomsbury for a more informal recording of everything Robin left out of the main show.
Show 3 is a previously unreleased recording of Robin's science show from a few years ago. We can't remember why it went unreleased. It's got some pretty good jokes in it. Maybe the lighting wasn't quite right?
Show 4 is an audio recording from the night the Robin and Grace tour rolled into Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff.
There is some repeated material spread over the four shows, but any that is presented in a different context, making it seem pretty fresh.
First released: Wednesday 22nd June 2016
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