After a two year break from the stage, Ross Noble is back on tour with some brand-new stand-up.
Famed for his freewheeling and improvised style that flies off at crazy tangents, Ross Noble creates comedy gold from tiny grains of random nonsense. His love of spontaneous material means that large parts of his show can spring up from heckles and conversations with the audience.
The Hammersmith Apollo is one of London’s major entertainment venues, attracting some of the world’s best acts. The Grade II listed building can seat between 3,500 and 5,000 people, depending on whether the seats have been removed from the standing section.
MOGON – “good if you dont like the really big places like the O2 because its under 10000 people. and the best thing is that the floor is sloped so if you're a midget you can be at the back and still have an okay view and not have to pe… more”
If you like this, here are some more comedy gigs at Hammersmith Apollo…
Sarah Millican at Hammersmith Apollo – 7th to 9th November 2013 Sarah Millican is back on the road with her third national tour. If you’ve ever wondered what to take on a dirty weekend, how to blend in at a posh restaurant, and how to teach a pensioner to swear, then this is the show for you.
Tracy Morgan at Hammersmith Apollo – 20th October 2013 The star of “30 Rock” and “Saturday Night Live”, Tracy Morgan, is coming to London for his debut run of UK stand-up shows. You can catch him when he plays the Hammersmith Apollo in October.
Adam Hills at Hammersmith Apollo – 22nd September 2013 Top Aussie comic Adam Hills is coming to London for one night at the Hammersmith Apollo. He will be taking center stage with his usual mix of anecdotes and audience participation, all delivered in his refreshingly laid-back style.
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