As an actor, Robin has appeared in eighty plays, thirty-six of them in London, with work at the National Theatre, The Royal Court, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Hampstead, The Tricycle, The Bush and The Young Vic. He has made thirty television appearances and been in twelve films. As a writer, he co-wrote Chobham Armour at the Half Moon Theatre; there then followed Bet Noir (Young Vic); Sinners and Saints (Croydon Warehouse); Will and Testament (Oval); and Not Today Thank you for Capital Radio. In 2000, he wrote A State Affair for Out of Joint. It went on two national tours, had two runs at Soho Theatre and was invited to be performed in the House of Lords. In November 2004 he helped research and then wrote Talking to Terrorists, a co-production between The Royal Court and Out of Joint, and directed by Max Stafford-Clark. It toured for two months and arrived at the Royal Court on 1st July 2005.
'a strikingly unusual angle on ordinary people doomed to live in extraordinary times. THE TIMES 'Plenty of food for thought in this powerful, bracing piece of documentary theatre.' THE SUNDAY EXPRESS 'A novel illumination of life in today's Holy Land.' THE FINANCIAL TIMES 'Warm humanity, intelligence and hope...an eye-opening and valuable work.' THE INDEPENDENT