Les Bubb started performing at the National Youth Theatre and then at the Desmond Jones school of mime in London , and in Paris with Phillipe Gaulier (Le Coq) and Etienne Decroux.

He quickly became popular with his unique blend of mime and metaphysical clowning….

He quickly became popular with his unique blend of mime and metaphysical clowning, joining the “new wave” of alternative comedy with contemporaries Ben Elton, Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie, Lenny Henry and Harry Enfield, supporting them LIVE in theatres across the UK , and at the same time taking the TV show “Friday Live” by storm. From 1997 to 2002 Les starred in and co-wrote the young peoples’ series “HUBUBB” for BBC1, making his distinctive surreal humour popular to a whole new generation.

Since 2002 Les has been crossing countries and cultural boundaries with his own full length theatre show. Its universal appeal continues to win him awards worldwide.

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