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Refurbished Stockton Globe announces first comedy shows

Adam Kay, Chris Ramsey, Jon Richardson, John Bishop and Ross Noble will perform at the refurbished Stockton Globe in 2021.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd October 2020

Ross Noble's Lockdown Lounge: a welcome escape

The comedian's daily interactive webcast is a load of shambolic, lo-fi silliness - which is just what we need right now.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 21st April 2020

Ross Noble: It's always important to have a laugh

The times we live in aren't that crazy politically - it's just that we're more aware of what's happening, Ross Noble tells Ella Walker. And yes, he also says laughter is the best medicine.

Ella Walker, The Irish News, 9th April 2020

West End theatres to stay closed until May 31

Comedy shows affected include Ross Noble at the London Palladium; a run of Richard Gadd's one-man show Baby Reindeer at the Ambassadors, which was also planning a run of late-night comedy shows featuring the likes of Lloyd Griffith, Suzi Ruffell and Bridget Christie; and a performance of Adam Kay's NHS stories This Is Going To Hurt at the Garrick Theatre.

Chortle, 6th April 2020

Ross Noble still laughing after all these years

Ross Noble's Humanoid tour may be postponed for now, but the comedian is still on hand for comedic wisdom and parenting nous.

Kim Mayo, Brighton Argus, 5th April 2020

Ross Noble sells Aussie family home for $2.725 million

Ross has lived in the Mount Eliza property with his Australian-born wife Fran and two daughters - Elfie and Willow - for the past 18 months.

Candice Jackson & Jackson Barron, Daily Mail, 24th September 2019

Ross Noble announces 2020 tour

Ross Noble will tour the UK in the spring of 2020 with his latest stand-up show, Humournoid.

British Comedy Guide, 4th June 2019

Why Ross Noble won't panic over political correctness

"There's this idea that political correctness has gone too far, that everyone's having to be incredibly guarded about what they're saying and that the world's gone mad," he says. "But actually, it's more to do with the fact that, with social media, people have only had a voice for a very short time."

Jim Schembri, Herald Sun, 29th March 2019