Hot on the heels of his successful appearance in His Majesty’s Theatre in the summer, comedian Ross Noble is heading back to the city venue for a one-night stand-up performance on Thursday, November 3.
Tickets for his Brain Dump show go on sale to APA Friends tomorrow (Wednesday) and to the general public on Thursday online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty’s Theatre.
The Geordie comedian appeared in His Majesty’s Theatre in June as part of the UK tour of the comedy The Producers, but he has been performing since he was smuggled in to his local comedy club at the age of 15. Licensing laws meant that immediately after his slot he had to leave through the kitchen – but he has never looked back.
In the years since, Ross has become known as a truly exciting and genuinely original performer and has received huge critical acclaim. He is a former Perrier Award nominee, Barry Award, and Time Out award winner for best live stand-up, and has won a shed load of other prestigious awards and nominations.
Since August 1999, he has unveiled a new show each year, following that year’s classic Perrier award nominated Laser Boy. Each year and each show has seen Noble’s live following grow to the point where he has been the best-selling show at both the Edinburgh Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival on more than one occasion. 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 has also made regular guest appearances on BBC 1′s Have I Got News For You, and makes regular contributions to BBC Radio 4′s Just a Minute and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue. His worldwide travels as a stand-up have been the subject of his own BBC Radio 4 series Ross Noble Goes Global.