How to Build a Universe: An Infinite Monkey Cage Adventure by Brian CoxRobin Ince born 20 February is an English comedian, actor and writer. Starting at York House prep school at Redheath in Hertfordshire, from the age of thirteen, Ince was educated at Cheltenham College ,  a boarding independent school for boys in the spa town of Cheltenham in Gloucestershire , followed by Royal Holloway, University of London , from which he graduated in English and Drama in As a close friend of Ricky Gervais, Ince opened as a support act for his Politics tour in and his Fame tour in He also appears on the DVD and often appears in Ricky's video podcasts, mainly being bullied, annoyed and attacked by Gervais. Throughout , Ince had residency at the Dorchester Arts Centre trying out new material for his upcoming shows. Towards the end of and into , Ince toured his next show entitled Robin Ince vs.
Robin Ince and Brian Cox pen Infinite Monkey Cage book
It was later repeated on BBC Two at teatime, and the year-old me devoured every episode, twice. The book is bursting with brilliant bits of trivia and the sort of pub conversations that are no doubt taking place every day at MIT, Imperial College or other esteemed establishments. The conversations in my local are usually a lot duller, sadly. A few years before he became famous, I interviewed him about a Horizon documentary and expressed my concern that once switched on, the Large Hadron Collider would open up a gateway to hell, like in the movie Event Horizon. In the interests of transparency, I did provide some of the research for that offering. The more complex the subject matter, the simpler the layout should be. And other equally head-scratching concepts, such as an infinite hotel review supposedly submitted to Trip Advisor.