Yet another comedy coup for Chorley’s Little Theatre as 2010 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Russell Kane brings his latest show to the town for two nights.
The elaborately coiffurred comic and presenter of BBC3’s Live at the Electric (the new series begins tomorrow) presents ‘Smallness’ at the venue on Monday and Tuesday, January 20 and 21.
Explaining the show Kane said: “What is it with us and smallness?”
“We Brits love it, being tiny but fierce, close but distant.”
The bequiffed comic will share thoughts on smallness; and on trying to keep things small when life gets big.
Expect a beguiling blend of intellectual yet broad humour from Kane.
“Here’s a performer with the instincts of a rabble-rouser,” said Time Out.
Tickets cost £17.50 and are available from Malcolm’s Musicland. Call 01257 264362
The critically acclaimed Kane is the first of a series of popular comics due on the Little Theatre stage.
Alex Horne of We Ned Answers is next up on February 8 with his new show ‘Lies’.