Damian Clark + The Noise Next Door
The Walnut Tree Inn, Blisworth.
SUPPORT: Jo Pearson
COMPÈRE: Barry Dodds
Aussie DAMIAN CLARK burst onto the UK comedy circuit in 2012 where his high-octane observational stand up has certainly caused some waves. Clark’s infectious energy and childlike outlook has had audiences in hysterics from the get-go and was snapped up immediately to appear on BBC3 & Comedy Central.
Before touching down in the UK, Damian made Ireland his home and became regular features in RTE’s IFTA Award-winning 'Republic Of Telly', comedy panelist in TV3’s 'The Apprentice: You’re Fired!' plus wrote and co-starred in 'I Dare Ya!' which became the highest rating Irish comedy debut to date.
Damo’s rambunctious and uplifting stand up continues to tour clubs & festivals all over the UK, Ireland, Europe and beyond. Now is the time to catch this raw talent as he stands on the cusp of super stardom.
'Hilariously surreal...well-wrought set delivered with brio and huge charm...Amazing.'
'Clark had the audience reeling with laughter...he is scorchingly funny and charmingly engaging.'
'There is barely a bad word to say about Clark: distinctive and possessing a comic talent beyond his years, both biological and mental.'
THE NOISE NEXT DOOR, the U.K’s premier improv comedy troupe have taken the comedy world by storm.
Eight time sell-out veterans of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and one of the country’s most sought after comedy club headliners, The Noise Next Door leave audiences everywhere in awe of their lightning-quick wit and totally original comedic talents. They have been performing their own distinctive brand of off-the-cuff comedy together since they met at university.
Taking audience suggestions, the cheeky and charming quartet, transform them into fantastically funny scenes and songs in the blink of an eye with a perfect blend of ludicrous characters, witty one-liners, epic stories, and explosive physicality.
The Noise Next Door have appeared on BBC One, BBC Three, ITV1, BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4, they were nominated for a Chortle Award in 2014, and have performed alongside the likes of Michael McIntyre, Al Murray, and Harry Hill.
'“Hilarious...a superior kind of chaos”
The Daily Telegraph