A LEGENDARY TV comedian has announced he will be performing in Cornwall as part of his new UK tour taking place through 2023 and 2024. 

Acclaimed comedy legend Ross Noble has returned to his first love – live comedy.

The supreme master of stream-of-conscious, freewheeling stand-up is back with his 21st tour - Jibber Jabber Jamboree, with Noble inviting audiences to join him for an evening of gloriously nonsensical improvised comedy – which may or may not feature a theatrical tribute to Mr T.

On what audiences can expect from his new tour, Ross 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.”

Full tour dates can be found below:

Wednesday 25th October 2023

Telford, Oakengates Theatre @ The Place

Thursday 26th October 2023

Harrogate, Royal Hall

Friday 27th October 2023

St Albans, The Alban Arena

Saturday 28th October 2023

Buxton, Opera House

Sunday 29th October 2023

Crewe, Lyceum Theatre

Thursday 2nd November 2023

Oxford, New Theatre Oxford

Friday 3rd November 2023

Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre

Saturday 4th November 2023

Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal

Sunday 5th November 2023

Winchester, Theatre Royal

Wednesday 8th November 2023

Worthing, Pavilion Theatre

Thursday 9th November 2023

Guildford, G Live

Saturday 11th November 2023

Royal Leamington Spa, Royal Spa Centre

Sunday 12th November 2023

Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

Wednesday 15th November 2023

York, Grand Opera House

Thursday 16th November 2023

Newcastle, O2 City Hall

Friday 17th November 2023

Newcastle, O2 City Hall

Saturday 18th November 2023

Newcastle, O2 City Hall

Sunday 19th November 2023

Carlisle, The Sands Centre

Tuesday 21st November 2023

Manchester, O2 Apollo

Thursday 23rd November 2023

Aberdeen, Music Hall

Friday 24th November 2023

Dundee, Whitehall Theatre

Saturday 25th November 2023

Edinburgh, Usher Hall

Sunday 26th November 2023

Glasgow, Theatre Royal

Thursday 1st February 2024

Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn

Friday 2nd February 2024

Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn

Saturday 3rd February 2024

Salford Quays, The Lowry (Lyric Theatre

Sunday 4th February 2024

Barrow-in-Furness, The Forum

Wednesday 7th February 2024

Cardiff, St David’s Hall

Thursday 8th February 2024

Basingstoke, The Anvil

Friday 9th February 2024

Brighton, Brighton Dome

Saturday 10th February 2024

Leicester, De Montfort Hall

Sunday 11th February 2024

Swansea, Grand Theatre

Wednesday 14th February 2024

Bristol, Bristol Beacon

Thursday 15th February 2024

Poole, Lighthouse Theatre

Saturday 17th February 2024

Truro, Hall for Cornwall

Sunday 18th February 2024

Exeter, Corn Exchange

Monday 19th February 2024

Cheltenham, Everyman Theatre

Wednesday 21st February 2024

Eastbourne, Devonshire Park

Thursday 22nd February 2024

Aldershot, Princes Hall

Friday 23rd February 2024

Cambridge, Corn Exchange

Saturday 24th February 2024

Birmingham, Symphony Hall

Sunday 25th February 2024

Lancaster, Grand Theatre

Wednesday 28th February 2024

Sheffield, City Hall

Thursday 29th February 2024

Lincoln, The Engine Shed

Friday 1st March 2024

Liverpool, Philharmonic

Saturday 2nd March 2024

Middlesbrough, Town Hall

Sunday 3rd March 2024

Doncaster, CAST

Wednesday 6th March 2024

Swindon, Wyvern Theatre

Thursday 7th March 2024

Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall

Friday 8th March 2024

Dorking, Dorking Halls

Saturday 9th March 2024

Kings Lynn, Alive Corn Exchange

Sunday 10th March 2024

Norwich, Theatre Royal

Monday 11th March 2024

Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre

Wednesday 13th March 2024

Northampton, Royal and Derngate

Thursday 14th March 2024

London, Palladium

Friday 15th March 2024

London, Palladium

Sunday 17th March 2024

Leeds, Grand Theatre