Ross Noble - Mindblender Live
Ross Noble continues to blow the minds of his legion of fans with his brand-new DVD of, sell-out 2012/2013 world tour, Mindblender.
Ross' unmatched talent for abstract and laugh out loud streams of consciousness will be sure to delight young and old. A comedy favourite, Ross' on-stage exuberance and cerebral style have established him as one of the best live comedians in the world.
As we all know, two nights in Ross' company are never the same and the DVD is no exception. It features not just one performance from his Mindblender tour but two. One of which was filmed in the legendary, Hammersmith Apollo and the other down under, as part of his Australian arena tour at Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
As one of the most successful comedians of our time, Ross has established himself as a household name. He has undertaken 14 sell out tours, 8 top selling stand-up DVD releases, and ranked 10th in Channel 4's poll of The 100 Greatest Stand-Ups. As well as appearing on stage, Ross is a regular face on TV and radio. Internationally renowned, he has performed all over the world and for over a decade has risen to become one of the biggest selling live acts in Australia.
In 2012 Ross took the lead role in his feature film debut playing Stitches, the un-dead clown in the award winning horror comedy, Stitches. 2013 saw him co-write and star in an episode of the smash hit Aussie comedy drama, It's a Date, playing the love interest to a character played by Ian Smith, better known to British audiences as Harold from neighbours.
First released: Monday 18th November 2013
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