The Verse’s Alex Berdugo previews Russell Kane ahead of his show at Brighton Dome on the 4th December as part of his Right Man, Wrong Age tour.
As a part of his Right Man, Wrong Age tour, critically acclaimed stand-up comedian Russell Kane is performing at the Brighton Dome on the 4th December. Having not been on his own tour since 2014, there is significant hype gathering around his upcoming show. Since his first tour in 2008, Kane has grown as a performer and has become a staple in stand-up comedy, so this show is not to be missed.
As a long-time performer on hit shows such as Live At The Apollo, Russell Kane has always remained impressively original and has stuck to his tried-and-tested comedic formula. Known for dirty jokes and ridiculous-yet-relatable anecdotes, Kane has the ability to bring out the child in everyone. The audience can expect hilariously accurate observations of British culture and a skewed perspective on relevant events, all so funny that you will be telling your friends and family long after the show has ended. This show is mostly suited for a mature crowd as Kane’s performance will contain adult themes and content.
The Brighton Dome’s Concert Hall is a worthy venue for a wide variety of performances – and Russell Kane’s show is no exception. With restored 1935 art deco on the ceiling and seating that can hold an audience up to 1,700, the Dome guarantees an immersive and enjoyable experience for all. The Concert Hall is grand, yet remains intimate, ensuring that no crowd member will feel too far away from Kane’s entertainment. Accompany your evening with drinks and snacks – made readily available from the café-bar, the Brighton dome’s LED-lit, open recreational space.
It is thoroughly recommended that you grab a ticket for this special return performance by the exceptional Russell Kane – it will certainly be a night to be remembered.
Russell Kane comes to Brighton’s Dome on the 4th December. Tickets £18 – buy here.