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Bob Slayer


• Performed all over UK, Ireland, Netherlands, France, Norway, Hong Kong…
• UK Tours with Phil Kay, Jason Rouse, Simon Donald (Viz)
• Sonisphere Festival on 5000 capacity comedy stage
• Other festivals include Download, Bestival, Offset, Beached, Rosrock(NL) etc
• Metro Pick of The Fringe 2010, Bizarre Magazine top 10 act of the Fringe 2011• Programmed the Alternative Fringe @ The Hive Edinburgh 2011 with Phil Kay, Kunt & The Gang, John Robertson, Frank Sanazi etc• The Greatest Show on Legs @ Up The Creek’s 20th Birthday & Royal Festival Hall for Stewart Lee’s Austerity Binge

Bob Slayer used to be a Jockey and was Karaoke Champion of Japan. Bob rose to notoriety as the unfeasibly drunk but unwaveringly dedicated manager of Japanese rock & rollers Electric Eel Shock. He became infamous throughout the rock scene as a tour manager who was often wilder than the acts he looks after. He has travelled the world with the likes of Iggy & The Stooges, Turbonegro and Snoop Dogg etc
In 2007 he was touring the UK with The Bloodhound Gang, they could not cope with the smoking ban and so half way through a gig they simply declared that they were going out for a smoke. Shoving Bob on stage with the words "our Tour Manager will entertain you..." then before leaving the stage adding "feel free to throw stuff at him". Having got through 1,500 BHG fans throwing stuff at him he soon worked out on subsequent gigs how to entertain a rabble and avoid being on the receiving end of missiles. Mostly by having a good laugh at the BHG expense…

In 2008 Bob took his first steps into comedy and has since gigged all over the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, France, Scandinavia and Hong Kong. 

Nomination – MALCOLM HARDEE AWARD for Comic Originality 2010 and 2011
2010 “for his continued services to anarchy in comedy, including his gobsmackingly anarchic Punk Rock Chat Show”.
2011 "For going beyond OTT into uncharted areas of comedy excess."

Winner (Joint) - Malcolm Hardee Cunning Stunt Award - 2011
"For pushing Kunt & The Gang's sticky cocks way beyond what seemed possible."

Winner – Cheaper Fringe For Locals: Pick of The Fringe Award 2010
“The most talked about show amongst our members… A unique and joyous experience that is so unpredictably hilarious it is scary…” 


“His brand of insane merriment perfectly encapsulates the Edinburgh mood….” The Spectator
“Almost guaranteed to give you a memorable disaster to add to your Fringe memorabilia, Bob Slayer is the ultimate Off-Off-Fringe performer… He is loveably genial and irresistibly friendly… Slayer is dedicated to entertaining you, his audience. Crazy, shambolic but great fun, shows like this are, for me, a vital part of the Fringe experience. Go on, buy the man a Jaegermeister and have a giggle.” The Scotsman
“Nomination for Comic Originality for going beyond OTT into uncharted areas of comedy excess.” Malcolm Hardee Award
“Hilarious impromptu audience interactions promising a new experience each time… unscripted calamity with plenty of lunacy to keep the audience entertained…” Three Weeks

“I LOVED this show… good-natured bad behaviour by a very funny man who downs pints in a way that makes Jim Jefferies look like Gyles Brandreth.” Kate Copstick in The Scotsman
“An act clearly more drunk than the audience…” Three Weeks
“Anarchic, edgy and incredibly watchable…” The Latest
“Bob Slayer’s gobsmackingly anarchic Punk Rock Chat Show is the pure unadulterated spirit of the true Fringe…”Whatsonstage
“Bob Slayer worked through his paying guests with amazing skill, incredibly rude comedy, outrageous stories and scenes which left us emotionally scarred, yet in fits of laughter…” Three Weeks
“Go and see Fringe stalwart Stewart Lee, rising star Andrew Lawrence and exciting fringe newcomer Bob Slayer…” The Metro Pick of The Fringe
“This is what happens when real rock, comedy and a lot of drink mix together, and it should never be any other way.” Three Weeks
“If you are clinically insane, and by that I mean that you wake up one morning and think that you are actually an onion, then go and see Bob Slayer live…” Jeremy Clarkson

“Full of energy and daring, eager to get amongst the audience…” The New Current
“The Wild Man of Comedy, like Keith Moon” The Malcolm Hardee Awards
“Spontaneous, shocking and purile” Racing Post
““Bob Slayer doesn’t use a safety net... hilarious, relentless pace of banter, games and off the cuff stories” The Student

“Bob Slayer marched all over the line that should not be crossed like a drunken Henry Rollins with tourettes…”Brighton Argus