Robin Morgan’s previous shows have dealt with a proposal, marriage, kids and a vasectomy. So what’s next on the list? Divorce? No, not divorce. His new2 show, The Spark, is about how to keep the spark alive.

But how do you keep the spark alive? Not just in a marriage, but in yourself? Robin’s got a plan. He’s been working on himself: he’s joined a gym, and is practising some self-care. Therapy? No, but he did get a Tarot reading, and that’s pretty much the same thing. He’s also got an air-fryer – that’s the definition of self-care.

No longer as bothered by what people think of him (but please still laugh at his jokes – that’s important), Robin still has moments that wake him up with embarrassment, and there will be plenty of examples of those.

Robin’s shows have always been about others. Now it’s time to focus on himself. And his air-fryer.

Robin’s been a busy boy since the last tour: he created and hosts the topical comedy panel show What Just Happened? for BBC Radio Wales; he’s supported Adam Kay and Sophie McCartney on their nationwide tours, and has written for shows such as Have I Got News For YouThe Weakest Link and Bake Off: The Professionals

He’s also become somewhat of a favourite on The News Quiz (BBC Radio 4), appearing in an episode so popular that even the government complained about it.

Other broadcast credits include Mock The Week (BBC Two), The Now Show (BBC Radio 4) Richard Hammond’s Brain Reaction(Comedy Central), and Ellie Taylor’s Safe Space (BBC Radio 4) – the latter he also co-created.

dr feelgood

Robin made his acting debut in This England (Sky Atlantic), directed by Michael Winterbottom and starring Sir Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson. 

Robin’s other writing credits include  8 Out of 10 CatsLate Night Mash / The Mash ReportThe Great Pottery Throwdown, The MTV European Music Awards, Too Hot To Handle, The Fashion Awards, and Cheat – the Netflix quiz show hosted by Danny Dyer. Yes please. 

Robin has also been the studio warm-up artist for The Graham Norton Show, and in the past supported Ellie Taylor, Iain Stirling and Rachel Parris on their nationwide tours.

Robin Morgan Tour Dates:
  • 12-14 Aug – EDINBURGH Fringe Festival – Monkey Barrel
  • Thu 05 Sep – ALDERSHOT West End Centre
  • Thu 12 Sep – WINCHESTER The Arc
  • Sun 15 Sep – LONDON The Bill Murray
  • Fri 20 Sep – CORSHAM Pound Arts
  • Sat 21 Sep – MILFORD HAVEN Torch Theatre
  • Sun 22 Sep – NORTHAMPTON Filmhouse
  • Fri 27 Sep – BIRMINGHAM Glee Club
  • Sat 28 Sep – BANGOR Pontio
  • Sun 29 Sep – SOUTHEND Palace Theatre, Dixon Studio
  • Fri 04 Oct – ABERYSTWYTH Comedy Festival
  • Sat 05 Oct – TAUNTON CICCIC
  • Sun 06 Oct – BRIGHTON Komedia
  • Fri 11 Oct – LLANELLI Ffwrnes
  • Sat 12 Oct – CHESTER Storyhouse
  • Sun 13 Oct – MONMOUTH Savoy
  • Fri 18 Oct – DURHAM Gala
  • Sun 20 Oct – CARDIFF Glee Club
  • Fri 25 Oct – NEW MILTON Forest Arts
  • Sat 26 Oct – KNARESBOROUGH Frazer Theatre
  • Sun 27 Oct – PORTSMOUTH The Lens Studio
  • Wed 06 Nov – NOTTINGHAM Canalhouse
  • Sat 16 Nov – CAMBRIDGE Junction
  • Sun 17 Nov – SALFORD Lowry
  • Fri 22 Nov – BRISTOL Hen & Chicken
  • Sun 24 Nov – LEICESTER Duffy’s
  • Fri 29 Nov – CHORLEY Theatre
  • Sat 30 Nov – GUILDFORD G-Live
  • Wed 04 Dec – NORWICH Arts Centre
  • Thu 05 Dec – MAIDENHEAD Norden Farm
  • Fri 06 Dec – BORDON Phoenix Arts
  • Sun 08 Dec – NEWCASTLE The Stand
Robin Morgan