John-Luke Roberts is an acclaimed award winning writer and performer from the UK - who has written for stage, screen and radio. Creator of cult comedy night 'The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society'. Described as 'alternative comedy close to its pinnacle' by Chortle. Writer of sitcom BULL (UK Gold) and writer for Newzoids and Radio 4's The News Quiz. He's performed his five solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival, all of which have transferred to the Soho Theatre. Trained at L'Ecole Philippe Gaulier.
John-Luke Roberts: Dreamboat
Welcome to dreamboat: A nightmare done live on stage as a one-man-absurdist-clown-character-comedy-but-funny.
Imagine a David Lynch film done by an idiot. John-Luke Roberts is the creator and host of cult UK comedy night the Alternative Comedy Memorial Society, and writer of the sitcom Bull, starring Robert Lyndsay and Maureen Lipman.
After performing critical hits 'Stdad-Up' and 'Builds A Monster' at the Soho Theatre and Edinburgh fringe, John-Luke Roberts brings his hotly anticipated new show to Adelaide. "This is alternative comedy close to its pinnacle" Steve Bennett, Chortle.
Trained by Philippe Gaulier.
John Luke Roberts