I hope that you’re enjoying the new series…
The long awaited Mum’s List film, based on the best-selling novel of the same name, will be released on the 25th November 2016 in cinemas across the UK. See Bobby on the big screen as Matt, as he stars opposite Rafe Spell, who plays Singe.
Mum’s List tells the story of Kate, a mother dying of incurable breast cancer. When Kate realises she only has days to live she creates a list for her husband (Singe) to follow with their two sons. Mum’s List was filmed in Somerset.
Do you want to be one of the first people to own and to see Honey 3? Well you can pre-order it now from retailers and get it the day of the release (19th September 2016). Bobby has also been busy filming for BBC’s show Uncle, look out for his character Josh when series 3 airs early next year, and he has also filmed, as the character Nathan, for itv’s Unforgotten, which airs in October.
Bobby had a fun and busy day today judging the Wickford Junior school’s talent show. Bobby grew up in Wickford and it was great to be back home and helping kids showcase their talents.
Congratulations to everyone who entered you were all amazing
Wickford has got talent!
Bobby will be taking part in CBBC’s new show ‘Twin it to win it’ on Thursday 28th July at 4:10pm. The series is about twins Amelia and Imogen, who are preparing for the Dwarf Games. Bobby will be joining in with the discus event, with the girls, in episode 4 of the 5 part series.
Thanks for the support, for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Bobby completed the marathon in 4 hours and 32 minutes, Bobby and Dan are very thankful for all the support they have received. They have raised just over £1,570 and would love to reach their target of £4,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital. If you haven’t already donated the guys would love your support, and they can’t thank you enough for everything you have been able to raise. If you haven’t already donated there’s still time go to Our Charity Fundraising Page or text BLDO99 and the amount £(1-10) to 70070.
Well, Bobby has been in LA for a few months; he has been hanging out with friends, training for the marathon (which is in a few weeks) auditioning and filming a new indie film titled ‘Vikes’. Check Bobby’s Instagram for exclusive pictures of the trip. Keep checking for more updates.
If you loved the latest episode of The Dog Ate My Homework, and can’t wait to see it again, catch it on Sunday the 20th March at 8:25am. If you still haven’t got enough of Bobby on The Dog Ate My Homework, catch him in this new series again in episode 13, which airs in a few weeks, which airs 27th March at 5:55pm.
Catch Bobby in the new series of The Dog Ate My Homework on Friday the 18th March at 4:30pm on CBBC.