Robin had himself a jolly fine time at The Beautiful Days Festival full of mac and cheese, music and inflatable hammers.Read More
Category: Robin Ince’s Blog
I was alive when humans first landed in the Moon, but unaware. I was still at the “confused by own reflection” stage of existence, sometimes I still am, but more due to the shock of my aged face than fear of who it is that lies behind the glass. Robin Ince reflects on the moon landing on this 50th anniversary.Read More
I originally wrote this the last time Professor Brian Cox and I toured Australia and New Zealand, but didn’t post it on the CSN. As we are on our way to Heathrow today to embark on our latest tour down under, it seemed a good time to revisit that first trip.Read More
When touring on Fridays and Saturday nights, I try as often as I can to remain in my performing location. Public transport contains a word variety of people caught in either slightly too high spirits or bent over in pain.Read More
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