November 26, 2012, 8:56 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Comedian Ross Noble, a winner with both critics and the public, is back and ready to perform his unique ad-lib comedy after a two year hiatus.
Mindblender is aptly named; the scruffy-dressed northerner is partial to going off at a tangent with his comedy musings as he doesn't like to pre-write his stand up. He mixes up his comedy with observational tidbits and punchy jokes. He promises to take his audiences on journeys they have never been on before.
Critics have much praise for Ross Noble. According to the Daily Telegraph, he is ‘the most engaging British stand-up to have emerged since Eddie Izzard'; the Sunday Telegraph says he is ‘the most brilliant stand up of his generation' and the Evening Standard simply says he is a ‘comic genius'.
Noble will be performing at the Hammersmith Apollo on 30 November and 1 December. Tickets are priced at £25 each.
LondonTown.com, the number one Internet site for London, advises Ross Noble fans to book overnight accommodation in the capital to ensure they don't have to leave early and miss any of the action in order to get home.
To make London, a notoriously expensive city, more affordable LondonTown.com has chopped rates at a range of London hotels. Additionally, by booking directly with LondonTown.com visitors will not only enjoy huge hotel discounts they'll also receive more than £250 worth of extras such as two-for one offers, discounts and a personalised events guide.
Examples of the hotels on offer include the four-star Hilton London Olympia Hotel and the four-star Simply Rooms and Suites Hotel. Both hotels offer outstanding service, great locations and modern, contemporary and stylish interiors with a wide-range of mod-cons.
LondonTown.com has slashed rates at these hotels by 76% and 39% respectively. Therefore, prices now start at £78 per room, per night for the Hilton and £89 per room, per night at Simply Rooms and Suites.