Talk:Robin Ince

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REDIRECT[edit]

Fairly sure 'isn't waving' is being held at the assembly rooms or else I saw a very good robin ince impersonator. I'll change but feel free to change back.

Yup, http://chortle.co.uk/edfest2006/robinince.htm backs you up on that one. Curiousbadger 13:02, 24 August 2006 (UTC)

No mention of anything before 1999? He was in Pub Fiction with Al Murray back in 1995 - he played a character listed in the credits as "Some kind of comedian", doing a deconstructionist stand-up act (Imagine something... now imagine it slightly different... hmmm? Yeah?") - Q4 (talk) 15:22, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

Yeah! I was listening to his podcast, and HE said that 'on wikipedia it says I left the band because of"... But now there is no mention of the band. What happened? --Torsrthidesen (talk) 23:42, 11 March 2011 (UTC)

Advert, not autobiography[edit]

The title says it all.

The article is mostly a list of his shows with little about his life. Place of birth? Education? Life before and outside shows? Relationships?

It appears to be another 'Wikipedia as free PR' article.