A TOP improv comedy troupe who have taken the comedy world by storm are bringing their rapid-fire humour to Pavilions Teignmouth next week 

Unstoppably funny and uniquely talented, The Noise Next Door are performing their live show Freewheeling to the venue on July 19 .

Twelve time sell-out veterans of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and one of the country’s most sought after comedy club headliners, The Noise Next Door leave audiences everywhere in awe of their lightning-quick wit and totally original comedic talents. 

Taking audience suggestions, the cheeky and charming quartet, transform them into fantastically funny scenes and songs in the blink of an eye with a perfect blend of ludicrous characters, witty one-liners, epic stories, and explosive physicality.

 The funny foursome comprising Matt GrantTom LivingstoneSam Pacelli and Robin Hatcher , have been performing their own distinctive brand of off-the-cuff comedy together since they met at university.

Tom spent much of his childhood making up stories and being too loud in rural Devon. He received a Masters Degree in ‘Contemporary Performance Practice’ from the University of Kent and regrets that fact every time he has to explain what that actually means.

Matt spent his formative years making stupid films with his friends and acting like a moron. Nothing has really changed. Matt has a MA in Film Making and is also a freelance editor and screenwriter.

He is also a keen rock climber, once broke his humerus dressed as a clown and would do anything that Bear Grylls told him to.

Having spent his childhood as the class clown, Sam received a Masters Degree in ‘Stand-Up Comedy’ from the University of Kent. So if you don’t laugh at him, then you’re belittling our education system.

Sam is a baffling combination of Disney buff and sports geek, and has written a wrestling column for various publications for a number of years.

An avid fan of traditional Commedia Dell’Arte, Sam offers workshops in the art form, and is currently working on a more extensive line of masked theatre workshops for children and adults alike.

Robin spent his childhood growing up in Alexandria in Egypt, where as a child with red hair, he was mainly sunburnt. He gained a Masters in Stand up Comedy from the University of Kent, and so has a certificate to prove he is funny, alongside his enormous debt.

Over the last few years, whilst Robin hasn’t been busy climbing mountains, kayaking down rivers or generally ‘fighting nature’ he also managed to find the time to write and star in various series on CBeebies and CBBC.

Tickets for the gig on July 19 can be booked through the venue’s website www.pavilionsteignmouth.org.uk.