The Noise Next Door's Comedy Lock-In!

1st Aug 2018 - 26th Aug 2018

Pleasance Two - Pleasance Courtyard


Suitable for ages 16 and above


The 10-time sell-out sensation returns to Edinburgh with a jaw-dropping, side-splitting evening of finely-tuned anarchy, featuring a cavalcade of incredible special guests and some once-in-a-lifetime comedy curiosities. Previous guests include Romesh Ranganathan, Katherine Ryan and Tim Vine. The Noise Next Door are the UK's premier improv comedy troupe and have appeared on BBC One's The One Show, ITV1's Live at the Palladium and BBC Radio 1's Matt Edmondson Show.

'Hilarious... A superior kind of chaos' (Telegraph).
'Comedy gold' (Guardian).
'Immaculately well executed' (Times).
'Phenomenal' (Daily Mirror).

Thurs 2nd - Tamar Broadbent, Marcus Brigstocke

Fri 3rd - Lauren Pattison, Rich Wilson

Sat 4th - Jayde Adams, Laura Lexx

Sun 5th - Mandy Knight, Ben Hart

Mon 6th - Tony Law, Eshaan Akbar

Tues 7th - Olaf Falafel, John Hastings

Weds 8th - Stephen Bailey, Darren Harriott

Fri 10th – Nick Page and Patrick Monahan

Sat 11th – Nigel Ng 

Sun 12th – Pierre Novellie & Tom Houghton

Mon 13th – Alastair Beckett King & Ed Patrick

Tue 14th  - Geoff Norcott & Jarred Christmas

Open/closeReviews and Quotations

This is 21st century comedy at its very finest and funniest
The Stage
Comedy gold
The Guardian
The Noise Next Door romp through stand-up, comedy games and improv songs, leaving their audience in stitches
Broadway Baby
The Noise Next Door are insanely talented... innovative, slick and ultimately unique.. If you only go to see one sketch show during the Fringe, make sure it’s The Noise. In fact, go and see it several times: after all, it changes every night.
Giggle Beats
Immaculately well excecuted
The Times
Hilarious… A superior kind of chaos
The Daily Telegraph
The Noise Next Door: Comedy Lock-In - Take a step back people, and let the ultimate heroes of improv, Fringe veterans The Noise Next Door, make their way to the stage. Watch in wonder as they make your demands reality, witness their guests ease into the spirit of things, and listen out for their brilliance as the audience howls along with them. Clever, puntastic and as sharp as Burke’s knife, these five boys will gouge the laughter out of you through their games, individual talent, character and collective enthusiasm, which must surely put pretty much every other improv troupe at this Festival in the shade: mark my words, I have not laughed this much in a long, long time
the strength of the Noise Next Door boys lies in their ability to turn shouted audience suggestions into improv comedy gold.. they’re polished and as skilled as ever.
..burst energetically onto the stage and immediately put the audience at ease with their charismatic and endearing manner, creating an atmosphere of fun and laughter. They are a group of talented, quick and witty lads – totally bonkers, but in a good way
Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

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