Ross Noble Show Preview – Empire Theatre, Liverpool

Ross Noble
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Performer: Ross Noble
Show: Humournoid
Location: Empire Theatre, Liverpool
Date: Sunday November 7 2021
Time: 20.00
Running Time: 130 Minutes
Age Rating: 15+
Production Company: Mick Perrin Worldwide Ltd

The days are counting down to Ross Noble bringing his national tour to Liverpool‘s Empire Theatre. The show comes to Liverpool on Sunday November 7 2021. And tickets are still available for this exciting show. Now, this will be a memorable comedy theatre show at the Empire Theatre. So, let’s take a look at Ross Noble!

Ross Noble


We would discuss the comedy on display here. But we want you to think about comedy as a whole. After all, what could happen when pure comedy actually takes on a human form? And what happens when there is the creation of a creature whose primary existence is to provide stand-up? Well, unfortunately, nobody knows the answer to that question because there is no such thing. But do you know what is a thing? That’s Ross Noble doing a stand-up comedy show. So, come and see it. As a matter of fact, this is it!


To some people, Ross Noble is quirky; to others, he is simply unique. But to anyone who sees him, he is simply a ball of energy and lots of fun to watch. Now, Ross’ stand-up comedy career stretches back almost 20 years, with one previous Liverpool gig airing across 43 Vue cinemas. And his TV appearances include Have I Got News For You, Room 101, QI and Top Gear. Furthermore, he has a strong body of TV work in Australia, where he currently resides in Melbourne. So, make sure to make the most of seeing him live, as it’s a treat to watch him do his thing.


Liverpool’s Empire Theatre is a true mainstay of the city, ever since the venue’s initial opening in 1866. But a demolition of the original Empire would lead to the modern Empire opening in 1924. From there, the Empire would become a focal point for the UK’s top touring theatre shows. Indeed, so many iconic productions regularly come to Liverpool’s Empire Theatre. Furthermore, the list of performers to grace the Empire stage over the years reads like a who’s who. In addition, the Empire’s location is pivotal, with its positioning directly in front of Lime Street Station. The Empire has a total capacity of 2,381, with frequent sell-outs throughout the annual theatre calendar. Simply put, the Empire Theatre is amongst the UK’s top entertainment venues and an ideal backdrop for a classic night of theatre.


The tour covers Telford, Ipswich, Norwich, High Wycombe, Shrewsbury, Guildford, Cardiff, Wrexham, Bristol, Leeds, Royal Leamington Spa, Barnstaple, Dorking and Brighton. Ross also takes in Salford Quays, Carlisle, Nottingham, Crewe and Barrow-In-Furness. At that point, his show comes to Liverpool’s Empire Theatre on November 7 2021. From there, he moves onto Northampton, Buxton, Glasgow and Middlesborough. Heading into 2022, Noble visits Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Sheffield, Doncaster, Kings Lynn, Halifax, Lancaster, York, Manchester, St. Albans and Cambridge. Furthermore, he travels to Leicester, Birmingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Crawley, Basingstoke, Bexhill-On-Sea, Swindon, Poole, Portsmouth, Southend, Exeter, Yeovil and Lincoln. Finally, the tour concludes at London Palladium on February 25 2022, with further dates and locations awaiting confirmation.

Ross Noble Further Links

Ross Noble comes to the Empire Theatre on Sunday November 7 2021. So, to purchase tickets, please click here.

For more information about this show, click here.

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