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Comedian Ross Noble announced Tunbridge Wells performance

PUBLISHED: 09:43 10 November 2017

Ross Noble will be coming to Tunbridge Wells in 2018

Ross Noble will be coming to Tunbridge Wells in 2018

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El Hablador comes to the Assembly Hall Theatre as part of a UK-wide tour

Ross Noble will be coming to Tunbridge Wells as part of a UK-wide tour in 2018.

Tickets are available now to see the comedian’s brand-new stand-up show, El Hablador, at the Assembly Hall Theatre on Wednesday November 8 at 7pm.

67 dates have so far been announced across the UK, running from September to November 2018. The tour will start in Glasgow and finish in Leeds.

El Hablador follows on from sell-out UK, European and Australian tours of Braindrump in 2016/2017 and is Noble’s 16th tour.

He is currently starring in a new West End production of Young Frankenstein, based on Mel Brooks’ Oscar-nominated film.

As well as stage performances, Noble is also known for his regular appearances on TV panel shows such as QI and Have I Got News for You. The former Time Out Award winner for best Live Stand-Up has received extensive critical acclaim.

Tickets start at £25 and can be booked now at assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk.

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