Following extraordinary public demand, Russell Kane has added a further run of dates to his brand new tour The Fast And The Curious, extending it through to autumn.
He will be appearing at The Cliffs Pavilion in Southend on October 10-12, then at Brentwood Live on Sunday December 8.
Packing more energy than a Duracell factory, Russell’s RS Turbo laugh engine will motor through love, family and life – once again proving that the fast and the curious amongst us see more stuff and get more done.
Tickets for all dates are on sale now from www.russellkane.co.uk.
As a multi-award winning comedian, presenter, actor, social media star, author and scriptwriter, Russell’s most recent appearances include his hit TV show BBC3’s Stupid Man, Smart Phone, BBC Podcast Evil Genius (which returns for a further series later this year), JOE podcast Boys Don’t Cry, BBC2’s Live At The Apollo and BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
Other notable television appearances include; Live At The Electric (BBC3), Comic Relief /Sport Relief (BBC1), Children In Need (BBC1), Rage Room (All4), Unzipped (BBC3), Celebrity Juice (ITV2), and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Now! (ITV2).
Russell also took part in the return of Celebrity Apprentice for Comic Relief which was broadcast on BBC One in March, on the run up to Red Nose Day 2019.
Russell is well known for his viral Facebook Kaneing videos. For the past 18 months Russell’s weekly viral videos have grown from strength-to-strength garnering hundreds of thousands of views and constant media attention. In each episode Russell tackles a diverse range of topics and gets to grips with the talking points of the week.
The success of these subsequently led to a three part Kaneing Live special broadcast exclusively on Facebook Live in 2017.
Russell’s unique high energy stand-up has won him numerous awards and plaudits including winner of the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Awards for Best Show in 2010. That same year Russell went on to make history as the first comedian to win both the Edinburgh Award and Melbourne Comedy Festival’s Barry Award in the same year.
Russell’s previous tour, the mammoth Right Man, Wrong Age, was met with phenomenal demand causing it to be extended three times between 2016-2017, performing to sold out venues across the country and acquiring much critical acclaim.