Geordie Stand-Up Ross Noble has been performing since he was smuggled into his local comedy club at the age of 15. Licensing laws meant that immediately after his slot he had to leave through the kitchen.
In the years since, Ross has become known as an exciting and original performer and has won a shed load of prestigious awards and nominations.
His shows include ‘Sonic Waffle‘ (2002 – 2003), ‘Unrealtime‘ (2003 – 2004), ‘Noodlemeister‘ (2004 – 2005), ‘Randomist‘ (2005-2006), ‘Nobleism’ (2007) and 'Things' (2009–2010).
Each year and each show has seen Noble’s live following grow to the point where he has often been the best-selling show at both the Edinburgh Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival. His shows have transferred to London and Sydney each year since 2003 and venues have grown in size to accommodate his ever-growing audience.
Ross Noble is one of the most successful cult comedians of our time, with a loyal fanbase derived largely from word-of-mouth recommendations from people who've been to his gigs.