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Ross Noble: A Noble cause

Ross Noble: A Noble cause Ross Noble brings Brain Dump to the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on March 1. Got to manpac老域名备案老域名 or call 9550 3900 for tickets.
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TweetFacebook Laser Boy in 1999: writing the bare bones of a show, travelling to the foremost comedy stages between here and the UK, and basically just seeing what happens.

His laissez-fare approach to performance has set him far apart from the majority of his contemporaries, and is arguably what has made him such a popular personality over the years. His new show, Brain Dump, has as much planning as anything else he’s done, but it does mark a pretty momentous occasion in his career.

“Well, I don’t really know yet, because I haven’t started the tour,” Noble said when asked about the angle of his new show.

“It’s always a bit tricky. You know, ‘What makes this one different?’ and I just go, ‘Uhhh, I’m a year older, I guess?’ There’s no real theme or anything, it’s just what I always do, which is basically ramble on.

“But I think the difference – I don’t know if it’s a big difference – is that it’s coming up on the 25th anniversary of me doing my first ever stand-up gig when I was 15. And I’m turning 40 as well, so there’s all these things going on. I don’t know whether or not I’ll be in a reflective mood or anything. I’m not at the moment, but who knows?

“I guess the one thing I really do reflect back on is that, when I started, I did often think, ‘Oh, I wonder what I’ll be doing 25 years into this?’ Because everyone says it takes about 10 years to work out what it is you’re doing.”

Despite his apparent nonchalance during his routine, Noble is distinctly serious about his art.

His work ethic is a testament: 14 more shows since Laser Boy, some of which have been on stages like the Apollo and Melbourne Town Hall as well as Edinburgh, Montreal and London, plus a whole slew of international comedy awards and nominations point out to his almost never-ending touring schedule.

Without getting too nostalgic, Noble is satisfied in the trajectory of his career.

“It’s massively different, massively,” Noble said when asked how much his act has evolved since those early days.

“You know, you grow as a person, and you can’t help but have that leak into what you say on stage. I think it was [Jerry] Seinfeld who said your comedy is like its own lifetime. It’s a toddler in the first few years, and then it’s a teenager, and it’s only once you get to your 20s that you really start understanding what it is you’re trying to do. But I don’t want to say that my comedy’s maturing. I guess it is maturing, but in a childlike sort of way.”

Noble, who also hosts Freewheeling, a TV show as impromptu and inherently random as his stand-up, is a firm believer in the creativity the stage and screen allows, and believes there’s still plenty of room for budding comedians to make their mark on the rapidly developing live comedy scene.

“For anyone who wants to do something creatively and, you know, not to what the TV networks or whatever tell them to do, they still can; it’s just difficult,” he said.

“It’s great to see just how much the scene has exploded, but the issue is that there’s so much competition now, there’s a lot of pressure to do well. I’ve never been about that, because I always worried it would get in the way of what I wanted to do. Like the TV show and everything, that’s not about me wanting to be famous. The stand-up has always been the main thing, and I would have never done all the others if I thought it would… I don’t know, make me change who I was.”

Noble is embarking on a few dates in Australia, including Mandurah, before returning to the UK for dates throughout his home country and Ireland. It will be something of a road-test in his secondary home country, that of his wife. He’s at least certain for that to not lead to any confusion, though.

“You said ‘my wife in Australia’, please don’t make it sounds like I just have wives all over the world,” Noble jokes. “It’s not like I’m embarking on a comedy career so I can have wives in every country, although I could see how that would work.”

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