Fosters Comedy Award Winner Russell Kane is bringing his Manscaping tour to Wrexham’s Glyndwr University this week.
The funnyman’s career has gone from strength to strength in recent years capped by success at the 2010 Edinburgh festival where he won the Fosters Award for his Smokescreens and Castles tour.
Having already brought the award winning show to Glyndwr in February, Kane is returning on Wednesday night with his new tour Manscaping in which he mercilessly dissects the ridiculous state of masculinity in the modern world.
The tour sees Kane at his introspective best following the break up of his marriage earlier this year and includes the tale of how he pulled a model and was absolutely petrified by it.
He’s described the William Aston Hall as a venue he enjoys playing following his visit earlier in the year and has also spoken of his fondness for North Wales, in an interview with the Daily Post he said: “When I was a teenager, 16 or 17, I came on holiday a few times. Not with the family but with friends, and rented a cottage near Llanrwst and Betws y Coed. I remember going up Snowdon and sitting on the very top and thinking it was cool, being in the highest place in Wales or England.”
Comedy Central have described the show as “Brutally honest and brutally funny in the process” and it looks like one not to be missed for any local comedy fans.