A household name in the UK, this Newcastle lad has spent over two decades on the comedy circuit. Noble's award-winning
stand-up leaps effortlessly from subject to subject in a riotous stream of absurdities, making him one of the most unique
entertainers working today. With an act that is almost entirely improvised, it's safe to say that slapstick surprises are
in store when this remarkable Geordie takes the stage - and his unpredictable, off-the-wall antics that keep audiences coming
back for more.
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Born in 1976, this would-be comic was barely aged 15 when he performed his first stand-up gig at a local pub. The memory
of the audience's sea of laughter following him offstage, the young talent instantly caught the proverbial performance bug,
and he hasn't looked back since.
Starting out as just a guy in a suit trying to impersonate Jack Dee, the up-and-comer soon realised he had to create his
own brand of banter in order to make a mark in the comedy world. Drawing heavily from his experience as a street performer,
Noble adopted a conversational type of comedy that saw him talking to audience members and basing his off-the-cuff stand-up
based on their reactions.
Receiving a Time Out award for his show Chickenmaster in 2000, Noble toured extensively to gain more exposure
and a gaggle of fans along the way. His hard work paid off: Ross Noble tickets sold out instantly once his 2003 Edinburgh
Fringe act Unrealtime was announced, making it a festival stand-out.
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