Flo & Joan / Rob Auton - Work in Progress
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Rob Auton

Award winning stand-up comedian and poet Rob Auton (Dave's Funniest Joke Of The Fringe award winner, Glastonbury's 'Poet In Residence') returns with another heart-felt and offbeat comedy/theatre/spoken word show that explores hair and hairs.

Alongside performing solo, Rob hosts "the best poetry gig in the UK" (The Times) Bang Said The Gun. The spoken-word night's raucous and anarchic spirit attracts a rich mix of new talent and some of the most established names in poetry/music including KATE TEMPEST, ROGER MCGOUGH and JOHN HEGLEY.

'A genuine original' - The Guardian

'One of my absolute favourites' - Daniel Kitson

'His absurd brand of stand-up and poetry is exactly what the country needs right now' - Huffington Post

'Charming, eccentric and uplifting, Auton is a talent to watch' - Independent

'I haven't seen anything else quite like it, or him' - Stage

Flo & Joan

Musical comedy sisters Flo & Joan present a brand new half hour of dark, witty songs. As heard on Radio 4's Fresh From the Fringe and from their viral hit song The 2016 Song which received over 50 million views online. Amused Moose Comedy Award 2016 finalists.

Best of the Fest Selection 2016 and 2017 at Montreal Sketchfest and Toronto Sketchfest 2017 Now Audience Choice Award Winner.

"Intricately crafted, flawlessly performed numbers will have you howling with laughter one minute, wiping away a tear the next."
- The Telegraph
"A night that I won't soon forget...an absolute must see" - AYoungerTheatre.com

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