Russell Kane: Smallness Live at the Hayes Beck Theatre

This was the second time I’ve seen Russell Kane live and both times were very enjoyable experiences. Whilst the theatre wasn’t full he made no attempt to hide the fact and shared a joke about how the theatres had ranged from full to half empty on this current tour.

Smallness was about how English people carry themselves compared to our european counterparts.  It was observational humour and you could either see some of yourself or someone you knew in the observations.

Russell fills the room with his presence and is constantly throwing himself around the stage. At times he wears you out watching his level of energy.

He told amusing stories about his holiday travels and spa getaways with his girlfriend which had me in stitches.

I’m a fan of live comedy and have seen a variety of comedians performing live in small and large venues and Russell Kane was one of the best I’ve seen.  He doesn’t rattle off joke after joke, its more like chatting to a mate and him telling you stories but its funny and that’s all that matters.


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