Kings of improvised comedy The Noise Next Door are bringing their funny business to Weymouth.

As part of their Hometown Heroes tour they'll be calling in at the Bay Theatre, Weymouth College on Tuesday, September 20.

The stars of Britain’s Got Talent, who are said to be the UK’s premier improv comedy troupe, have taken the comedy world by storm and can’t wait to perform across the country with their new show.

This will be their seventh national tour.

Promoters say: "In ‘Hometown Heroes’ The Noise Next Door will be your side-splitting saviours in this once in a lifetime comedy event that will see them take your suggestions of the best, worst and downright weirdest things about your local town and transform them into a cavalcade of hilarious songs, scenes and characters."

The Noise Next Door are 12 time sell-out veterans of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and one of the country’s most sought after comedy club headliners that leave audiences in awe of their lightning-quick wit and totally original comedic talents.

They have been performing their own distinctive brand of off-the-cuff comedy together since they met at university.

They have appeared on numerous TV shows including The One Show’, ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ and ‘Roast Battle’. They have also appeared alongside the likes of Michael McIntyre, Katherine Ryan, Romesh Ranganathan and Harry Hill. They were nominated for a Chortle Award and receive standing ovations in front of corporate dinners, the British forces, secondary school students and even fans at the Download music festival, they are also one of the most versatile acts in the business.

The group is made up of Robin Hatcher: originally an Essex boy, spent part of his childhood in Egypt, before returning and spending his teenage years in Bishops Stortford.

He received a First Class Masters Degree in ‘Drama, Theatre Studies’ from the University of Kent. He joined the Noise Next Door in January 2018 after performing with his slapstick trio ‘The Three Half Pints’.

Matthew Grant grew up in Kenya and Kent and spent his formative years making low budget films with his friends.

Sam Pacelli spent his childhood as the class clown and received a Masters Degree in ‘Stand-Up Comedy’ from the University of Kent.

Tom Livingstone spent 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 .

To book tickets for the Weymouth performance on Tuesday, September 20 go to the website