A Noble cause

Callum HunterSouth Western Times
Ross Noble is back in Bunbury next week with his new show Humournoid.
Camera IconRoss Noble is back in Bunbury next week with his new show Humournoid.

Prepare yourselves South West, the king of stand-up comedy is returning to our neck of the woods next week.

Ross Noble is back after 14 sold-out tours with his all new show Humournoid.

“I played Perth last time I was here, but it’s been a while since I’ve done the surrounding areas,” he said.

Noble’s latest tour will take him from as far south as Albany and work his way up the State to Broome before tracing around Australia’s top end and then a free fall down the East coast.

“I’ve been to Bunbury quite a few times actually, there’s a really nice cafe down there with the beach,” he said,

“I certainly remember I went swimming there, and that’s what I love about coming to your neck of the woods.

“I’d go for a swim and then go and do a gig.”

According to Noble, audiences can expect his usual unexpectedness, with each performance being unique.

“I talk to the audience a lot and bounce things backwards and forwards, it changes all the time,” he said

Noble will perform at BREC for one night only next Thursday.

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