Ross Noble Hosts Birmingham Special

- Just the Tonic Birmingham, Birmingham
Ross Noble -
Paul McCaffrey - Star of Live at the Apollo, Impractical Jokers, Russell Howards Good News. One of the best stand ups still performing on the club circuit. Support act for Sean Lock and Kevin Bridges
Stephen Bailey - "An outrageous, hilarious hour of comedy.... a superstar in the making". - British Comedy Guide
Nish Kumar -


The first in a series of events where Just the Tonic take over this brilliant Birmingham venue and bring high quality comedy to the city. 

Ross Noble is now perhaps the most successful cult comedian of our time, with a loyal fanbase derived largely from the ‘word-of-mouth’ recommendations of those having seen him perform live.

Ross chooses to rarely be seen on TV and rejects most offers, essentially because he is always touring, which he prefers to the idea of any scripted performances. Exceptions over the past years include ‘Friday Night With Jonathan Ross‘, ‘Room 101’, and ‘Jack Dee Live at the Apollo.’  In spring 2007 Ross featured in Channel 4 Televisions ‘Worlds 100 Greatest Stand-Up’s’ with the audience vote placing Ross 10th.

Ross has also made about 7 guest appearances on BBC 1’s ‘Have I Got News For You‘, and makes regular contributions to BBC Radio 4’s ‘Just a Minute‘ and ‘I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue‘. 

But, ignore all of that. he is probably the best stand up working at the moment!

At present we also have Paul McCaffrey booked in. We wil lbe adding others. Please look at the listings for our other venues and you wil lsee the calibre that we book. 2 more brilliant acts TBC very soon!

“Consistently boasting the most interesting line ups in the country”

The Times

Ticket Types

Premium tickets

The Best view in the house, theatre style seating!
(These seats have no table so not suitable for eating whilst watching the show)

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