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Rob Beckett

Rob started performing stand-up in 2009 and quickly enjoyed success in all of the new comedian competitions winning 4 competitions in his first year.  Consistently impressive performances in these competitions, culminated in Rob finishing as a runner up in So You Think You're Funny and winning the Amused Moose Laugh Off at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010 which earned him an invite to perform at Comedy festivals in Australia.

South East London born Rob is now regularly gigging at some of the best comedy clubs in the UK. His unique observations, unusual take on life and tales of growing up in a large south London family continue to win over audiences all over the country.

Awards & Competitions:

Amused Moose Laugh Off 2010 - Winner

So You Think You're Funny 2010 - Runner Up

Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2010 - 2nd place

Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2010 - Finalist

Leicester Square Theatre New Act of the Year 2009 - Winner
Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2009 - Winner

Outside the Box New Act of the Year 2010 - Winner

Laughing Horse New Act of Year 2010 - Semi Finalist


Beckett had youthful energy in spades and a distinctive but uncontrived look with his white blond hair and megawatt smile...
 interestingly random, with a nicely absurd edge... - Chortle.co.uk

'alluring mix of well-made observations, imaginative metaphors and a stylish take on his supposed doppelgangers...whip-sharp writing' - Steve Bennett -Chortle

'a very funny young man, very funny' - Stephen K Amos

'a likeable high tempo comic' - The Guardian

'fast, innovative, polished,' - Three Weeks

''energetic Rob Beckett, with his fast paced punchy material' - Leicester Mercury


2010 - Rob was part of The Lunchtime Club  at the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe which received a number of 4 star reviews