Win tickets to see Ross Noble at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

12:09 06 September 2012

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ONE of the UK’s most admired stand-up comics is coming to Cambridge and The Hunts Post has two pairs of tickets to give away to see his hilarious show.

ONE of the UK’s most admired stand-up comics is coming to Cambridge and The Hunts Post has two pairs of tickets to give away to see his hilarious show.

Master surrealist and king of improvisation Ross Noble is marking 21 years of stand-up with a nationwide tour that kicks off in Belfast at the end of the month.

Described in The Sun as the purveyor of “brilliantly inventive, quirky stand-up” Noble’s Mindblender tour is arguably his funniest yet.

The Geordie funny man’s limitless imagination and unmatched talent for abstract, laugh out loud streams of consciousness guarantee no two nights are the same.

His on-stage energy, spontaneity and cerebral style have established him as one of Britain’s best-loved cult-comedians.

To stand a chance of winning tickets to see the show just tell us which part of the UK does Ross Noble come from.

Answers on a postcard or a sealed envelope to Ross Noble competition, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB.

Entries should include your name and a daytime telephone number and reach us by September 26. Usual Archant competition rules apply.

INFORMATION: The Ross Noble Mindblender tour takes place at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on October 12 and 13. Tickets £25 available from www.cornex.co.uk or by calling 01223 357851.

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