Ross Noble Announces UK “Brain Dump” Tour – On Sale Now!

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Ross Noble Brain Dump 2016 Tour

Comedian Ross Noble has announced a 2016 UK tour.

The Geordie comedy star has spent 2015 on the UK tour of Mel Brook’s “The Producers”, but next year will focus on stand-up once again.

He starts his year of stand-up comedy in Australia in February, performing a huge bulk of dates there until April. Then, after a five month break, it’s time for the “Brain Dump” tour in the UK, which kicks off on 27th September in York. It comes to an end on 17th December, with the last of four consecutive nights on home turf Newcastle.

In a statement about the tour, a spokesperson said: “A true master of surreal tangents, Geordie funnyman Ross Noble will bring his new show ‘Brain Dump’ to locations across the UK. After motor biking around the country at the mercy of Twitter in his critically acclaimed travelogue series, ‘Ross Noble: Freewheeling’, which reached 3.7million individuals across the two series on Dave, Ross now returns to his first love, stand-up comedy.

“As always Ross has lots of stuff backing up in his head and it’s time to let it all out. Famed for his super quick freewheeling style and highly imaginative flights of fancy, a Ross Noble show is always an unmissable event.”

Tickets for the tour are on sale now. Check out the full list of tour dates below:

  • 27th September: York Barbican, York
  • 28th September: Opera House, Buxton
  • 29th September: The Sands Centre, Carlisle
  • 30th September: Festival Theatre, Edinburgh
  • 1st October: Royal Hall, Harrogate
  • 5th October: Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
  • 6th October: Alive Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn
  • 7th October: The Engine Shed, Lincoln
  • 8th October: De Montfort Hall, Leicester
  • 9th October: Theatre Royal, Norwich
  • 12th October: Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe
  • 14th October: Ulster Hall, Belfast
  • 15th October: Olympia, Dublin
  • 17th October: New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
  • 18th October: New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
  • 19th October: Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
  • 20th October: The Lowry, Salford Quays
  • 21st October: The Lowry, Salford Quays
  • 22nd October: City Hall, Sheffield
  • 27th October: City Hall, Salisbury
  • 2nd November: Concert Hall, Perth
  • 3rd November: His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
  • 4th November: Theatre Royal, Glasgow
  • 5th November: Philharmonic, Liverpool
  • 7th November: Villa Marina, Isle of Man
  • 11th November: Octagon Theatre, Yeovil
  • 12th November: Hall for Cornwall, Truro
  • 15th November: Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
  • 20th November: Corn Exchange, Cambridge
  • 22nd November: The Alban Arena, St Albans
  • 23rd November: The Alban Arena, St Albans
  • 25th November: Colston Hall, Bristol
  • 26th November: Grand Theatre, Swansea
  • 27th November: Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
  • 30th November: Leeds Town Hall, Leeds
  • 1st December: Leeds Town Hall, Leeds
  • 2nd December: Royal and Derngate, Northampton
  • 4th December: Regent Theatre, Ipswich
  • 6th December: Shanklin Theatre, Shaklin
  • 7th December: G Live, Guildford
  • 8th December: Brighton Dome, Brighton
  • 9th December: Brighton Dome, Brighton
  • 13th December: City Hall, Hull
  • 14th December: City Hall, Newcastle
  • 15th December: City Hall, Newcastle
  • 16th December: City Hall, Newcastle
  • 17th December: City Hall, Newcastle
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