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Review: Russell Kane – ‘Manscaping’

Russell Kane rose to fame last year having won the 2010 Edinburgh Comedy Award for his “Smokescreens & Castles” tour, as well as appearing as a presenter on the ITV2 programme, “I’m A Celebrity: Get Me Out of Here Now”.

Following on from his success, the comedian has embarked on another tour, which stopped off at the Engine Shed in Lincoln.

Titled “Manscaping,” the 31 year old’s tour focuses on Russell’s newfound single status and celebrity lifestyle.

Describing his appearance as the “third brother of Jedward”, Russell Kane took to the stage, brilliantly demonstrating his comedy and, even more impressively, his energy and stage presence that has the audience hanging on to his every word.

From his set, Russell clearly made it clear that his dad is a huge part of his life as he spoke of his father’s disappointment when Russell turned out to be a “nancy boy.”

Russell also covered a range of subjects including “kitchen floor resits”, the way in which pets poo and concluded with a story about social classes on a train journey he once experienced.

However, the highlight of the performance was Russell’s anecdote about a one-night stand he had with a model at a Mayfair hotel, which made the venue erupt with laughter.

Once again, Russell Kane provided a truly fantastic comedy set, having gone from strength to strength. His unique performing ability, matched with fantastic comedy, made for an enjoyable night, filled with laughter, that won’t be forgotten in a hurry.

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