• 30 May 2020

'The Lamproom Daily' - Day 68 - Looking forward to 2021 with The Yorkshireman Company..

Barnsley’s Jack Land Noble is a prolific all-rounder. The son of Northern Clubland entertainers, he started in the business at the tender age of seven, learning his trade in the Working Men’s Clubs of Yorkshire, Lancashire and the North East of England, before becoming a founding member of The Lamproom Youth Theatre Ensemble. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Drama from The University of Huddersfield in 2012, Jack is also the founder and artistic director of The Yorkshireman Company.


Original credits include ‘Grappling’ (based upon the professional career of his grandfather, British ‘World of Sport’ wrestling legend Jack Land), ‘Barnsley Belles’, ‘From Grimethorpe with Love’, ‘The Codfather’, ‘My Name Is Harry Worth’, ‘The Booze Brothers’, ‘Booze Brothers Part II: The Fat Pack!’, ‘Throbbin’ Hood’, ‘The Widows Club’ and the critically-acclaimed ‘Salford Belles’, staged at The Hope Mill Theatre as part of The Greater Manchester Fringe. He also finds time to write and record as The Coalfield Symphony and appear as his musical alter-egos, The Coalfield Cowboy and Coalfield Crooner.


Jack played The Lamproom Theatre pantomime Dame for two consecutive years until 2016, when he made his acclaimed Qdos Entertainment debut as Dame Betty Blumenthal in ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ at the Theatre Royal Plymouth. This has been followed by two seasons appearing as Ugly Sister in ‘Cinderella’ at The Bradford Alhambra and Churchill Theatre Bromley (for which he was nominated as ‘Best Ugly Sister’ at The Great British Pantomime Awards). Last year saw Jack trade his capezios for a cassock, when he took to The Southend Cliffs Pavilion stage as Friar Tuck in ‘Robin Hood & His Merry Men’, alongside Diversity.