The boy band of improv, The Noise Next Door, are back with their ad-lib, off-the-cuff fun.

The show is based on audience suggestions that the guys turn into funny scenes and songs.

The name comes from the long suffering neighbours who endured the actors preparations, at all times of the day and night, for their new act.

“We would play out sections, create songs up to 3am in the morning and so it is in honour of the uncomplaining young couple next door,’’ said Sam Parcelli.

Sam met Matt Grant and Charlie Granville at the University of Kent, when they devised their just-for-fun project.

“We started doing the improvisation as an extracurricular to theatre. We did it at a festival for fun and people liked it, so we did it in a bar and they liked it, so we decided to have a crack at going professional and make it into a job,’’ said Sam, who has a Masters Degree in Stand-up Comedy.

The guys’ quick-fire comedy sparked a blaze in sell out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe., scooped them numerous TV and radio slots on BBC 1, BBC 3, ITV1, BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4 and a slot at the heavy metal music festival Download.

The actors have worked alongside Al Murray, Harry Hill and Michael McIntyre and also written for other shows including comedy songs for Britain’s Got Talent.

”It was fun and we are in the Britain’s Got Talent videos jumping on stage,’’ said Sam.

For Sam and Charlie it goes even further back to when they were in both primary and secondary schools. They were, according to their pals, a double act even then.

“We would float between the various cliques at school and we learned how to adapt, which has helped our comedy,’’ said Sam.

The friends run their own Masked Theatre Workshops and Sam writes a wrestling column.

“Wrestling is awesome, it is the ultimate form of entertainment with every element of performance, comedy, panto, circus and fighting,’’ said the mega fan. The Noise Next Door will be clamouring at the doors of the Swindon Arts Centre, Devizes Road in Old Town from 7.30pm on Thursday, February 7. Tickets are from 01793 524481 or