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Tickets for Russell Brand’s 2017 tour, coming to a number of Kent venues, go on sale tomorrow

11:00 02 February 2017

Russell Brand

Russell Brand

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He’ll be talking about modern media, politics, sex, fatherhood and death

Following a series of sold-out preview shows in November and December 2016, Russell Brand announces a new stand-up tour which will be making its way to Dartford, Chatham, Margate, Canterbury, and Tunbridge Wells.

What is real? Who are we? Where did this baby come from? are questions Mr Brand will be wrestling with during his new sketch.

Mr Brand will be unraveling the matrix of modern media, politics, sex, fatherhood and death. Join one of comedy’s fiercest talents as he tries to make sense of life having just made a new one in his show RE: BIRTH.

He said of the show: “How do we make sense of the madness of our lives once we become parents? What am I going to tell my daughter about conformity and responsibility? What happens if she grows up to be like me or, worse, date someone like me?”

Since rising to fame in 2003, Mr Brand has established himself as one of one of the world’s most celebrated stand-up comedians. His acclaimed tours include 2006’s Shame, 2007’s Only Joking, 2009’s Scandalous (which marked his US live debut) and 2013’s critically acclaimed and hugely successful Messiah Complex.

Aside from stand-up, he is also a broadcaster, actor, author, podcaster, columnist, political commentator as well as a mental health and drug rehabilitation activist.

RE: BIRTH will be at Dartford’s Orchard Theatre on April 9, Chatham’s Central Theatre on April 25, Margate’s Winter Gardens on April 26, Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre on May 29, and Tunbridge Wells’ Assembly Hall on September 20.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (February 3). To book or for more information visit orchardtheatre.co.uk, tickets.medway.gov,uk, margatewintergarden.co.uk, marlowetheatre.com or assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk

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