Russell Kane's 'Hyperactive Tour' now includes new dates extending to winter 2025. Find out his UK tour dates and secure VIP tickets for the best seats in the house.

London-born comedian, Russell Kane, is bringing his new standup show 'Hyperactive' to a nationwide tour from 2024 to 2025. The tour begins on 14th September 2024, in Crewe and concludes on 6th December 2025 in Coventry.

In 2024, Kane will entertain audiences in smaller venues from January to May, while in 2025, he will perform city shows in larger venues.

According to, Kane's promoters describe him as a "whirlwind, FitBit-breaking comedian" known for his sharp wit and "storming physical comedy".

"The brand-new tour for 2024 and 2025 comes with a safety warning: wear strong underwear - pants will be spoiled. Russell is high-energy, high-octane, and hyper-active!"

Keep reading for all the details on these unmissable tour dates. Plus, you can now secure official VIP tickets to enjoy Kane's performance and laugh the night away in style.

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When is Russell Kane touring?


  • Shakespeare North Playhouse, Prescot, 15th February
  • Festival Drayton Centre, Market Drayton, 29th February
  • The Berry, Hedge End, 2nd March
  • Waterside, Sale, 8th March
  • Garrick, Lichfield, 15th March
  • Beck Theatre, Hayes, 22nd March
  • Beggar's Theatre, Millom, 23rd March
  • Theatre, Chorley, 24th March
  • Theatre, Chelmsford, 26th March
  • Theatre, Chelmsford, 27th March
  • Town Hall, Stourbridge, 29th March
  • The Brewhouse, Burton-on-Trent, 19th April
  • Assembly Rooms, Ludlow, 20th Apri
  • Grand Theatre, Lancaster, 23rd April
  • Town Hally, Selby, 24th April
  • Old Fire Station, Carlise, 25th April
  • Arts Centre, Pocklington, 26th April
  • The Courtyard, Hereford, 1st May
  • Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury, 2nd May
  • Town Hall, Loughborough, 3rd May
  • Town Hall, Loughborough, 4th May
  • Hullabaloo, Darlington, 8th May
  • The Witham, Barnard Castle, 9th May
  • Queen's Hall, Hexham, 10th May
  • Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, 11th May
  • Swan Theatre, Worcester, 14th May
  • Playhouse, Alnwick, 17th May
  • Fire Station, Sunderland, 18th May
  • The Forum, Northallerton, 19th May
  • Theatre By QE2, Dubai, 2nd June
  • Thameside Theatre, Grays, 2nd June
  • Hat Factory, Luton, 6th June
  • Kenton Theatre, Henley, 7th June
  • Corn Exchange, Bedford, 8th June
  • Lyceum, Crewe, 14th September
  • Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford, 15th September
  • Playhouse, Salisbury, 19th September
  • The Hawth, Crawley, 20th September
  • Central Theatre, Chatam, 21st September
  • Wyvern Theatre, Swindon, 26th September
  • Lighthouse, Poole, 27th September
  • Princess Theatre, Torquay, 28th September
  • Hall For Cornwall, Truro, 29th September
  • Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells, 2nd October
  • Churchill Theatre, Bromley, 3rd October
  • Storyhouse, Chester, 8th October
  • Engine Shed, Lincoln, 31st October
  • Town Hall, Middlesbrough, 1st November
  • Embassy Theatre, Skegness, 2nd November
  • Grand Theatre & Opera House, Leeds, 3rd November
  • Radisson Blu - 4pm & 8pm, Jersey, 9th November
  • Hippodrome, Birmingham, 15th November
  • Assembly Hall, Worthing, 16th November
  • The Anvil, Basingstoke, 27th November
  • The Cresset, Peterborough, 29th November
  • Regent Theatre, Ipswich, 30th November
  • Town Hall, Cheltenham, 5th December
  • Alban Arena, St Albans, 6th December
  • Opera House, Buxton, 8th December


  • The Lowry, Salford Quays, 25th January
  • Palace Theatre, Watford, 30th January
  • White Rock Theatre, Hastings, 31st January
  • G Live, Guildford, 1st February
  • Cliffs Pavilions, Southend, 8th February
  • City Hall, Sheffield, 28t February
  • Spa Great Hall, Scarborough, 1st March
  • Auditorium, Grimsby, 2nd March
  • Pavilion, Rhyl, 5th March
  • William Aston Hall, Wrexham, 6th March
  • Globe, Stockton, 7th March
  • Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent, 8th March
  • Corn Exchange, Cambridge, 15th March
  • Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe, 16th March
  • Kings Theatre, Portsmouth, 21st March
  • Playhouse, Edinburgh, 28th March
  • Music Hall, Aberdeen, 29th March
  • King's Theatre (GICF), Glasgow, 30th March
  • Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, 27th April
  • Hexagon, Reading, 1st May
  • Beacon, Bristol, 3rd May
  • Theatre Royal, Waterford, 8th May
  • Inec Club, Killarney, 9th May
  • Liberty Hall, Dublin, 10th May
  • New Theatre, Cardiff, 16th May
  • Arena, Swansea, 17th May
  • Theatre, Milton Keynes, 18th May
  • Millennium Forum, Derry, 5th June
  • Opera House, Belfast, 6th June
  • Theatre Royal, Norwich, 8th June
  • Derngate, Northampton
  • New Victoria Theatre, Woking, 14th June
  • Waterside, Aylesbury, 15th June
  • Gaiety Theatre, Douglas (IOM), 5th September
  • Dome, Brighton, 6th September
  • Victoria Theatre, Halifax, 13th September
  • Grand Theatre, Blackpool, 14th September
  • Barbican, York, 19th September
  • Tyne Theatre, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 20th September
  • Palladium, London, 27th September
  • De Montford Hall, Leicester, 10th October
  • Connexin Live, Hull, 12th October
  • New Theatre, Oxford, 31st October
  • Kind George's Hall, Blackburn, 1st November
  • Philharmonic, Liverpool, 2nd November
  • Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, 15th November
  • Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, 6th December

Does Russell Kane have a support act?

The opening act for Russell Kane's highly anticipated upcoming tour dates is yet to be confirmed. However, fans can still get ready to be entertained with a fantastic 20-minute support slot before Kane takes the stage.

Keep an eye out for further updates on the sensational lineup for each show.

How long is a Russell Kane show?

Kane's standup shows typically last for two hours, allowing you plenty of time to enjoy his unique brand of humour and quick wit.

With plenty of surprises, laughs and audience interaction, Kane's routine is sure to keep you engaged and entertained throughout the entirety of the performance

When do tickets go on sale?

Tickets for Kane's newly added 2025 UK tour dates go on general sale on Thursday 15th February 2024 at 11 am.

How can I get VIP tickets for Russell Kane's 'Hyperactive Tour'?

Russell Kane has earned a name for himself as one of the most exciting and dynamic talents in the UK comedy scene! His 'Hyperactive Tour' is expected to be in high demand and we at Seat Unique are thrilled to offer you official VIP tickets and hospitality packages for his upcoming shows at York Barbican and Connexin Live.

Get ready to experience Kane's razor-sharp wit and boundary-pushing humour from the comfort of padded seats with prime viewing angles, alongside other luxury perks.

VIP tickets are now available to book for Russel Kane's UK tour dates in York and Hull. Don't miss out on the chance to witness one of the UK's most electrifying comedy acts up close and personal!

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Ready for a night filled with laughter? Discover the lineup of hilarious comedians on tour in 2024/25 and get ready to enjoy live comedy like never before!