Robin Morgan at The Glee Glasgow

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Robin Morgan is a Welsh stand-up, writer and warm-up artist based in London.

He performed his debut hour show at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival, receiving glowing reviews including ★★★★ from the Sunday Times. The show was later adapted into a half-hour recording for BBC Radio Wales, as ‘Robin Morgan: Proposes‘.

Robin’s third hour show was filmed for NextUp Comedy and will be available on the platform imminently.

Robin is also a seasoned comedy writer for television and radio, with credits including Have I Got News For You (BBC One), The Mash Report (BBC Two) Blind Date (C5), The News Quiz, The Now Show, Rich Hall’s US Election Breakdown and Spotlight Tonight with Nish Kumar (BBC R4), amongst others.

In 2018, BBC Radio Wales commissioned two of Robin’s sitcoms: ‘Home‘, a pilot broadcast late that year, and a four episode series of ‘Relocation, broadcast in 2019. ‘Relocation’ will return for a second series in 2020.

He is also a television warm-up artist, for programmes such as The Graham Norton Show (BBC One).

What A Man, What A Man, What A Man, What A Mighty Good Man (Say It Again Now) – Tour 2020

The five-star sell-out hit Edinburgh Fringe show from the “utterly hilarious” (Broadway Baby) stand-up comes to The Glee Club for the Birmingham & Cardiff dates of Robin Morgan’s latest UK tour. 

Robin’s a father to his son and a son to his father. But what makes a good male role model?

As seen on Sky One, BBC Three, Comedy Central, BBC One’s Stand Up At BBC Wales and CBBC’s The Dog Ate My Homework.

Writer for The Mash Report (BBC Two) and The News Quiz (BBC R4). Tour support for Ellie Taylor and Iain Stirling. Warm-up for the Graham Norton Show.

“Well-written, hard-working stand up from a massively likeable performer who must surely be on the verge of nationwide fame.” (Chortle)



Sunday Times


Broadway Baby

“Intelligent and hilarious. I highly recommend”

Joe Lycett

“Extremely entertaining"

Edinburgh Festival Magazine