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Russell Kane

Russell Kane

English stand-up comedian, writer, actor and presenter. In 2010 he won the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award after being nominated in the previous two years and was voted Laughing Horse New Comedian of the Year 2004.

Works include the shows: 'Gaping Flaws', 'Human Dressage', 'Fakespeare', 'Smokescreens and Castles', 'Manscaping', 'Posturing Delivery', 'Russell Kane & Maff Brown', 'Right Man, Wrong Age', 'The Fast and the Curious', 'The Essex Variant!' and 'HyperActive'.

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Is HyperActive!
Yes, he is, and that's also the name of his lengthy UK tour which stretches into next year! Tickets on sale now #ObservationalComedy
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Brewery Arts Centre
Kendal
The Corn Exchange
Bedford
Lyceum Theatre
Crewe
Gatehouse Theatre/ Met Studio
Stafford
The Central Theatre
Chatham
The Wyvern Theatre
Swindon
The Lighthouse
Poole
Princess Theatre
Torquay
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Truro
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Tunbridge Wells
Churchill Theatre
Bromley
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Chester
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Lincoln
Middlesbrough Town Hall/ The Crypt
Middlesbrough
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Skegness
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Leeds
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Worthing
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Basingstoke
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Peterborough
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Ipswich
Cheltenham Town Hall
Cheltenham
Alban Arena
St. Albans
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Buxton
Watford Palace Theatre
Watford
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Hastings
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Guildford
Cliffs Pavilion
Southend
Cliffs Pavilion
Southend
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Sheffield
Spa Theatre and Ocean Room
Scarborough
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Grimsby
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Rhyl
William Aston Hall - Glyndwr University [NEWI]
Wrexham
Globe Theatre
Stockton-on-Tees
Victoria Hall
Stoke-on-Trent
The Corn Exchange
Cambridge
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High Wycombe
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Southsea
Playhouse
Edinburgh
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Aberdeen
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Glasgow
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Wolverhampton
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Kerry
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Dublin
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Cardiff
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Milton Keynes
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Northampton
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Woking
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Aylesbury
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Halifax
Barbican Centre
York
Tyne Theatre and Opera House
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
London Palladium
Westminster
De Montfort Hall and Gardens
Leicester
Connexin Live [formerly Bonus Arena]
Hull
New Theatre
Oxford
King George's Hall
Blackburn
The Philharmonic Hall and Rooms
Liverpool
Theatre Royal Concert Hall
Nottingham
Warwick Arts Centre
Coventry