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BRITISH COMEDY SUPERSTAR NOEL FIELDING
ANNOUNCES THE NORTH AMERICAN TOUR OF
HIS CRITICALLY-ACLAIMED NEW SHOW
AN EVENING WITH NOEL FIELDING
Tickets Are On Sale Now For The First Solo
U.S. Performances From The Star Of The Mighty Boosh
“Building to a wonderful atom-bomb of psychedelia that you will just have to discover for yourself, this is two-hours-plus of phantasmagorical, utterly original comedy.”
– (Four Stars) The Telegraph
“Pleasingly nutty, utterly childish and executed with vaudevillian glee”
– (Four Stars) The Evening Standard
“Freewheeling, contagious and delightful”
– The Guardian
British comedy superstar, Noel Fielding, announces the North American tour of his critically-acclaimed new show, An Evening With Noel Fielding, running March 11 through April 9, 2016. The tour marks the first U.S. solo performances from the star of the hit British TV show, The Mighty Boosh. Presented by WestBeth Entertainment, tickets are available now.
An Evening With Noel Fielding is a surreal mix of stand-up, live animation, music and some of Fielding’s best known TV characters including The Moon and Fantasy Man. Fielding has toured the show to critical acclaim throughout the U.K., Australia and New Zealand.
A comedian, actor, artist and musician, Fielding’s surrealist comedy and Rock & Roll style is utterly unique: Monty Python meets David Bowie. His shows are complete art pieces blending all of his influences - stand-up, characters, art and music - in fully-realized productions of his imagination.
Fielding rose to worldwide stardom as one half of The Mighty Boosh, a multi-award winning comedy duo whose three season run on BBC TV was revered by critics and fans alike, leading to worldwide tours and arena tours in the U.K. NME called the Boosh, “the funniest comedy double act in Britain.”
Last year Fielding was a surprise guest performing on stage with Monty Python at one of their O2 Arena shows. For the past four years, Fielding has been a team captain on the legendary BBC TV show, Nevermind The Buzzcocks, and he starred in his own TV series, Luxury Comedy, which ran for two seasons in 2012 and 2014. Half live action, half animated, the series was described by The Independent as “inescapably whimsical,” and by The Guardian as “a neo-psychadelic riot of mirth.”