JOHN ROBINS: THIS TORNADO LOVES YOU & JAMES ACASTER: RECOGNISE
Laughing Coyote favourite JOHN ROBINS returns
to preview his new Edinburgh show
THIS TORNADO LOVES YOU is JOHN ROBINS new show and he is bringing it to Windsor along with a friend.
On Tuesday 22nd July John will be joined at Windsor’s Firestation Centre for Arts & Culture by comedy’s hottest property – two-time Foster’s Best Comedy Show nominee and just crowned winner of the New Zealand Comedy Festival’s Best International Show for this hour of comedy – JAMES ACASTER.
The follow-up to last year’s 5-star show WHERE IS MY MIND? THIS TORNADO LOVES YOU will be another exploration of the confusing world in which we live.
'Comedy's best kept secret' **** Skinny
'Captivating' **** Chortle
'Laughed so much my lungs hurt' **** ThreeWeeks
**** Fest ***** Edfest.com **** Skinny **** List
'A complete and utter natural' Russell Howard
'One of the most naturally gifted comedians I've seen' Telegraph
“Robins presents comedy in its rawest form: one man, one microphone, one fantastically funny show.” Three Weeks *****
“Just… funny, joyous and charmingly self deprecating. Fine stuff indeed” Steve Bennett, Chortle ****
“An honest, poignant and very funny hour” The List ****
James is one of the hottest properties in comedy – with appearances on ‘DAVE’s ONE NIGHT STAND’ and a new Radio 4 series about to hit the air – he is mostly known for producing the most talked about shows at Edinburgh for the last two years.
His new show is called RECOGNISE and has just won the Best International Show accolade at the New Zealand Comedy Festival.
Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show Nominee 2012 & 2013.
James Acaster has something he’s been meaning to tell you. He’s been putting it off for some time. You might want to sit down.
Expect whimsical rabbiting on and awkward physicality throughout.
"A new mini-masterpiece... knocks you out with its subtle brilliance." **** Bruce Dessau – Beyond The Joke
"A curious, original and immensely enjoyable show." **** The Telegraph
"Beautifully constructed ‘art of stand-up’ stuff” Sunday Times
“One of the sharpest comic minds to have emerged in recent years” Guardian