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'His laid back delivery almost insinuates a disinterest in the proceedings, but his timing is pin sharp, his control is deft and his hair is immaculate' (The Scotsman)
'Mike Newall's style is quiet, thoughtful and casual. The material is excellently timed, deceptively clever and very funny' (City Life).
With a fabulous flair for acutely accurate observational musings and lightning fast ad-libbing Caimh has fast built himself a reputation on the comedy circuit as the hilarious white-haired fella whose name nobody can pronounce.
Caimh is in great demand as a writer for TV. He has worked on the hit BBC2 show ‘The Sarah Millican Television Programme’ and written for comics on ‘Mock the Week’ and ‘Have I Got News for You’.
'Snappy storytelling from a very funny man' (Sarah Milllican).
'Superb, a source of joy' (Time Out)
'... a standout act' (The Daily Telegraph)
'Genial white-haired Irishman Caimh (pronounced 'Queeve') has quickly established himself as one of the circuits most amiable and friendly acts. His gentle yet incisive humour makes any audience feel involved, whilst playing with their expectations' (Funhouse Comedy).
Welshman Robin is "a phenomenal comic and utterly hilarious." (Broadway Baby). On stage he is "wonderfully cheeky and engaging," (Three Weeks), regularly appearing at the UK's top comedy clubs and festivals.
He is also a seasoned comedy writer for television and radio, with credits including The Mash Report, Have I Got News For You, Newzoids, The News Quiz, The Now Show, Rich Hall's US Election Breakdown and Spotlight Tonight With Nish Kumar, amongst others.
Robin starred in his own sitcom and stand-up special in 2018, broadcast on BBC Wales. He performed on BBC One's Stand Up At BBC Wales in 2019.
He is also the studio warm-up artist for The Graham Norton Show (BBC One), Blind Date (C5) and Don't Make Me Laugh (BBC R4).