Robert White

Robert White is the only gay, Aspergic, quarter-Welsh comic on the British comedy scene. Known for his brilliant timing and performance style, Robert’s chaotic stage presence, improvisational skills and delivery won him the 2010 Malcolm Hardy Award for Comic Originality. And in the same year, he wrote one of Dave’s Top Ten Jokes of The Fringe.

He is arguably best known as coming second in ITV’s highest rated show, Britain’s Got Talent, in 2018, which also led to an appearance on ITV’s Lorraine.

Since he first came onto the stand-up scene, as a finalist in the prestigious Hackney Empire Competition, Robert has gone from strength to strength. He is now a sought-after act who regularly performs across the country and internationally. His off the wall jokes, improvisatory songs, barely-believable stories and interactive music stand him far apart from the usual comedy available nationwide.

A regular at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2010, Robert has written several solo shows, including his brilliant comedy-opera, InstruMENTAL and 'Robert White and his Particularly Silly Organ', which is then toured across the UK.

Robert is a great addition in an after-dinner spot, or at a private event - his light hearted performances of comedy and song, where he plays the piano, always go down well, however it’s well worth bearing in mind he is definitely cheeky and much naughtier than on pre-watershed television.

"Just brilliant.” Chortle

"Brilliant" Attitude

"If you want to see something brilliant, confusing and strange, you couldn’t do much better” The Scotsman

"Jaw-dropping riot" The List

"You are so funny.. theres a real chance you could win this - even at our expense! You're very unique, you're very quirky, very funny, very naughty, Robert, which we like! You are bloody hilarious" Simon Cowell
"You are such a funny man. I don't think Ive laughed so much for years and years and years! You're a beautiful soul. Comedy flows from you like water" 
David Walliams

"Surprisingly original, and funny...exactly the sort of act who should win Britain’s Got Talent." 
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