Self-styled poseur extrordinaire Russell Kane is bringing a show in praise of ‘Smallness’ to Lancaster’s Grand Theatre.
TV star Russell expounds the virtues off all things little in his hilarious new show called ‘Smallness’.
During the show, 5ft 8in Russell, asks: “What is it with us and smallness?
“We Brits love it – being tiny but fierce, close but distant.”
You may have recently seen Russell poking fun at British and indeed European culture on the BBC3 show ‘How to Win The Eurovision Song Contest’ alongside his great mate, Radio 1 DJ Greg James.
He also hosted BBC3’s ‘Unzipped’ comedy show with James.
The Jedward-haired Southend boy should be at home close to Morecambe as he clearly has a great affinity with the seaside.
He once said: “Southend’s like an old mattress or a cracked teacup – you can’t explain philosophically why you love it, you just do.”
Russell is becoming quite a regular at the Grand.
This is his second show there this year and forms part of a packed month for comedy at the venue in November.
Also signed up to date are Stephen K Amos (November 3), Chubby Brown (November 8), Jethro (November 9), Fascinating Aida (November 14) and Lee Nelson (November 15).
Tickets for Russell’s gig on November 2 have just gone on sale. They cost £17.50 and the show starts at 8pm.
Call the box office on 01524 64695 or visit the Grand during opening hours.