Ross Noble brings mind-bending tour to South West
PUBLISHED: 09:00 15 September 2012
BRIAN J RITCHIE TEL: 07831157751
THE mind-bending world of Ross Noble will return to the South West this autumn.
The arch-surrealist and king of improvisational comedy will perform at Bristol’s Colston Hall on November 22 as part of a comprehensive tour of the UK taking audiences on a trip through the surreal at his new Mindblender show.
Ranked 11th in Channel 4’s last poll of the 100 greatest stand-ups, Noble has established himself as part of the comedy elite in recent years.
He has performed 13 sell-out tours, released seven stand-up DVDs and become one of the most recognisable faces on the UK’s comedy circuit.
With a limitless imagination and an unmatched talent for the abstract, his laugh-out-loud stream of consciousness style has won him countless fans and established him as one of Britain’s best-loved cult comedians.
The 36-year-old grew up in a village just north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and first appeared in his local comedy club at the age of 15.
He has scooped numerous awards, including a Perrier Award for his Edinburgh festival show Laser Boy and a Time Out award in 2000 for another Edinburgh show, Chickenmaster.
On top of his tours he has become a regular performer at the annual festival in Edinburgh, has had a performance from his Nobleism tour screened live in 43 Vue cinemas across the country and performed at numerous other festivals.
He has also become well-known for his television and radio appearances, most notably Have I Got News For You, where he is a regular panellist.
Tickets for the show, priced £25, are available from the box office on 0117 9223686 or at www.colstonhall.org