Comedian Russell Kane brings his latest show, Smallness, to the Royal Festival Hall.
Join him as he turns his comedy brain to the question of why we are obsessed with all things being small. Described as a ‘big-small’ show, the engaging comic runs through his wild thoughts about why small is meant to be beautiful and how you can keep things small when life gets big. What is it about the Brits and smallness? The nation appears to be very fond of it, being tiny but fierce, close but distant.
One of the Edinburgh Comedy Award winners, Kane is the perfect candidate to address such tricky questions. With his sharp comedy sensibilities and captivating manner, the quaffed comic tackles the big ideas from inventive new angles.