COMEDIAN – PROMOTER – TOUR MANAGER – IDIOT
I am the Bob in Bob's BlundaBus
I have been performing at the Fringe since 2008 and Promoting since 2011...
2013 was the first year of Bob's Bookshop with our own Pop Up Bar
And 2015 is the year of The BlundaBus!
Performed all over UK, Ireland, Netherlands, France, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Hong Kong, Japan…
• UK Tours with Phil Kay, Steve-O, Jason Rouse, Simon Donald (Viz)
• Festivals include: Download (5 times), Sonisphere, Nozstock, Bestival, Offset, Beached, Rosrock(NL), Livestock, Dumbfest etc I like Festivals. And now Ive got my festival bus!
• Malcolm Hardee Award Winner
• Barry Award Winner
• Daves Leicester Comedy Fest Award Winner
• I have also been an occassional member of The Greatest Show on Legs including Up The Creek’s 20th Birthday & Royal Festival Hall for Stewart Lee’s Austerity Binge
BIO = NME once wrote this about me:
"Bob Slayer used to be a Jockey... Then he found Rock & Roll. He rose to notoriety as the unfeasibly drunk but unwaveringly dedicated manager of Japanese rock & rollers Electric Eel Shock. He courted a level of infamy throughout the rock scene as a tour manager often wilder than the acts in his charge. No mean feat considering the bands he has toured with Bloodhound Gang, Snoop Dogg and Turbonegro..."
PRESS QUOTES FOR BOB SLAYER:
“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