Russell Kane 2022

Russell Kane 2022
Packing more energy than a Duracell factory on a nuclear reactor, Russell’s strutting, turbo-laugh engine will be in the building live and direct (plus support)!

Multi-award-winning comedian, presenter, actor, author and scriptwriter Russell Kane is best known for his stand-up, panel show and chat show appearances. Currently, he has two top-ten hits – with his BBC Radio 4 show Evil Genius, and his podcast Man Baggage. You will also have seen him doing funnies every week on Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch throughout the last year.

Previously he’s hosted the BBC’s Stupid Man, Smart Phone and Live At The Electric. Other TV appearances include The Royal Variety Performance, BBC One’s Live At The Apollo, BBC Three’s Unzipped, and ITV 2’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here Now.

Winner of Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, Russell went on to make history as the first comedian to win both the Edinburgh Award and Melbourne Comedy Festival’s Barry Award in one year.

He has published two books. One fiction, and one banging on about himself and his Dad called ’Son of a Silverback.’

This event is for over 14s only.

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Book Tickets

Saturday 2nd April 2022 - 8:00pm

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Saturday 2nd Apr 2022

Venue: Cheltenham Town Hall
Prices: £22.00
All Online Bookings are subject to a one-off transaction fee of £1.50

Packing more energy than a Duracell factory on a nuclear reactor, Russell’s strutting, turbo-laugh engine will be in the building live and direct (plus support)!

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Rich in heritage and opulence, this Grade II listed jewel in the heart of cosmopolitan Cheltenham sets a dramatic, inspiring backdrop for any event.  Imagine the dances and music of years gone by, while enjoying popular live music, comedy, festivals and exhibitions. Visit us to dine or drink in our Garden Bar Orangery.

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