Ross Noble: Humournoid – UK Tour - Preview

April 19, 2020 - May 31, 2020 | Various venues across UK

Following his 2018 tour El Hablador, comedy legend and randomist Ross Noble is returning to stages across the UK for a tour of his brand-new show Humournoid. The 36-date tour will see him perform at the London Palladium, and across three nights at Newcastle City Hall.

What happens when pure comedy takes human form? What happens when a creature is created and bred to do stand up? Nobody knows – because that isn’t a thing. What is a thing is Ross Noble doing a show. You can go and see it next year.

Ross’s on-stage credits include 16 nationwide comedy tours and his recent critically acclaimed performance as Igor in Mel Brooks’ West End revival of monster hit musical Young Frankenstein at London’s Garrick Theatre. As well as his on-stage work, Ross is a regular on national UK TV and radio programmes such as QI, Have I Got News for You, Just a Minute, Britain In Bits and Ross Noble: Off Road.

Delightful off-the-cuff comedy”
The I Paper

“Whimsy and wackiness from an unstoppable mind”
Evening Standard

“Thrilling to watch”
Mail on Sunday

“He is pure delight”
The Times

“Noble’s extemporising shtick is near unique and it can be dreamily funny to witness these streams of nonsense plucked from thin air”
The Guardian


Sunday 19th April 2020                              Salford Quays
Monday 20th April 2020                             Shrewsbury Theatre Severn
Tuesday 21st April 2020                             Shrewsbury Theatre Severn
Thursday 23rd April 2020                           Brighton Dome
Friday 24th April 2020                                Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Saturday 25th April 2020                            Guildford G Live
Sunday 26th April 2020                              Plymouth Theatre Royal
Monday 27th April 2020                             Cardiff St David’s Hall
Wednesday 29th April 2020                       Leicester De Montford Hall
Thursday 30th April 2020                           York Grand Opera House

Friday 1st May 2020                                   Carlisle Sands Centre
Saturday 2nd May 2020                              Northampton Royal and Derngate
Sunday 3rd May 2020                                 London Palladium
Tuesday 5th May 2020                                Crawley The Hawth
Wednesday 6th May 2020                          Cambridge Corn Exchange
Thursday 7th May 2020                              Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Friday 8th May 2020                                   Crewe Lyceum
Saturday 9th May 2020                               Glasgow King’s Theatre
Sunday 10th May 2020                               Edinburgh Festival Theatre
Tuesday 12th May 2020                              St Albans Alban Arena
Wednesday 13th May 2020                        St Albans Alban Arena
Thursday 14th May 2020                            Liverpool Empire
Friday 15th May 2020                                 Oxford New Theatre
Saturday 16th May 2020                             Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sunday 17th May 2020                               Buxton Opera House
Monday 18th May 2020                              Bristol Hippodrome
Wednesday 20th May 2020                        Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
Thursday 21st May 2020                            Newcastle City Hall
Friday 22nd May 2020                                Newcastle City Hall
Saturday 23rd May 2020                             Newcastle City Hall
Monday 25th May 2020                              Norwich Theatre Royal
Tuesday 26th May 2020                              Swindon Wyvern Theatre
Thursday 28th May 2020                            Sheffield City Hall
Friday 29th May 2020                                 Manchester Opera House
Saturday 30th May 2020                             Middlesbrough Town Hall
Sunday 31st May 2020                               Leeds Town Hall

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