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Comedians Rob Beckett and Russell Kane announce Ipswich shows

PUBLISHED: 14:00 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:00 25 September 2018

Rob Beckett and Russell Kane Credit: PA

Rob Beckett and Russell Kane Credit: PA


Two of the biggest names in British comedy are bringing their new tours to the town in 2019.

Rob Beckett during filming of the Graham Norton Show at The London Studios in February 2018. Picture: PA Archive/PA ImagesRob Beckett during filming of the Graham Norton Show at The London Studios in February 2018. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images

Russell Kane is bringing his hotly-anticipated The Fast and The Curious Tour to the Corn Exchange on Friday, February 22.

The new show will see energetic Russell motor through love, family and life and show that the fast and curious amongst us get more done.

The award-winning comedian and presenter is known for BBC Three’s Stupid Man, Smart Phone and has also appeared on Celebrity Juice and as a regular presenter on spin-off show I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here Now.

Russell was also the winner of Best Show in 2010 at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards and went on to make history as the first comedian to win both the Edinburgh Award and Melbourne Comedy Festival’s Barry Award in one year.

Russell Kane in April 2018. Picture: PA Wire/PA ImagesRussell Kane in April 2018. Picture: PA Wire/PA Images

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Later on in 2019, the ‘mouth of the south’ Rob Beckett is coming to the Ipswich Regent on Thursday, October 31 with new show Wallop.

Host of BBC One’s All Together Now’ and team captain on Channel 4’s 8 Out of Ten Cats, Beckett has appeared on a host of panel shows including A League of Their Own, Mock the Week and Would I Lie To You?’

To purchase tickets head to the Ipswich Regent website.

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