Ross Noble to come to the Assembly Hall as part of the comic’s 21st solo stand-up tour

NOBLE ARTS Award-winning funnyman Ross will be at the Assembly Hall in November next year

COMEDIAN Ross Noble will visit the Assembly Hall next November as part of his 53-date Jibber Jabber Jamboree UK tour, in what marks his 21st solo stand-up tour.

To celebrate this milestone, he has invited the people of Tunbridge Wells you to join him for an evening of the sort of inspired nonsense that has cemented his place as the supreme master of stream of consciousness, freewheeling stand-up.

Tickets went on sale last week for a show that is guaranteed to be a sell-out.

The nationwide tour starts on October 25, 2023 before Ross arrives at the Assembly Hall Theatre on Friday, November 3.

The 46-year-old comedian, who lives in Australia, has been performing stand-up at the age of 15 and made his theatre debut in ‘The Producers’ in 2015.

He has become a familiar face on TV panel shows such as Have I Got News For You – making more appearances than any other guest – and QI.

The comic, who was born in Newcastle, has explained what theatre goers can expect from his upcoming Jabber Jamboree UK tour.

He said: “It will be a playful experience for young and old. Imagine watching someone create a magic carpet on an enchanted loom. Oh, hang on… magic carpets fly, that would smash the loom as it took flight.

“I haven’t thought that through. That’s what people can expect. Razor sharp observations on things I haven’t thought through.”

Noble has previously won the Time Out Award for Best Live Stand-Up, and a Barry Award in Australia.

For tickets, which cost £32.00 for a standard seat, and more information, visit

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