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Rob Beckett

Rob started performing stand-up in 2009 and quickly enjoyed success in all of the new comedian competitions winning 4 competitions in his first year. Consistently impressive performances in these competitions, culminated in Rob finishing as a runner up in So You Think You’re Funny and winning the Amused Moose Laugh Off which earned him an invite to perform at Comedy festivals in Australia. At this festival in Adelaide Rob was nominated for the best newcomer award. He made his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012 with his solo show Rob Beckett’s Summer Holiday.


Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live 2012, BBC3
The Comedy Marathon Spectacular, BBC3
8 Out of 10 Cats, Channel 4
The Euro’s Most Amazing Moments, BBC3
The Olympic’s Most Amazing Moments, BBC3
Geordie Shore Reunion Show, MTV
Big Brother’s Bit on the Side, Channel 5 / 5*
Fresh Meat, Channel 4
Richard Bacon’s Beer & Pizza Club, ITV4
Geordie Shore’s Mint Bits, MTV
Jersey Shore Royals: Snooki and the Situation, MTV
50 Greatest Plastic Surgery Shockers, Channel 4


Charlie Brooker’s So Wrong It’s Right, BBC Radio 4
Russell Kane’s Summer Seaside Tour – Southend, BBC Radio 2


Rob Beckett’s Summer Holiday – Edinburgh Fringe 2012
Russell Kane (support) – 2012 UK tour: Manscaping
Russell Kane (support) – 2011 UK tour: Smokescreens and Castles / Manscaping
Stephen K Amos (support) – 2010 UK tour


Best Newcomer Nominee Adelaide Comedy Festival 2011
Winner Amused Moose Laugh Off 2010
Winner Outside the Box New Act of the Year 2010
Runner Up So You Think You’re Funny 2010
Runner Up Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2010
Finalist Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2010
Semi Finalist Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2010
Winner Leicester Square Theatre New Act of the Year 2009
Winner Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2009


‘alluring mix of well-made observations, imaginative metaphors and a stylish take on his supposed doppelgangers…whip-sharp writing’
Steve Bennett (Chortle)

‘a very funny young man, very funny’

‘a likeable high tempo comic’
The Guardian

‘little short of a revelation’ ★ ★ ★ ★