One of Britain’s most exciting and popular stand-up comedians, Russell Howard is back in 2011 with his third sell-out tour Right Here, Right Now. The star of Russell Howard’s Good News and Mock the Week never fails to entertain with his trademark mix of eloquent gags and deft storytelling.
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Russell Howard, you know, the one with the wonky eye from Bristol? If you want some light hearted comedy by someone who doesnt take themselves seriously at all, WATCH RUSSELL HOWARD. He jokes about things and people you can relate too making his experiences main priority. He also uses well known things such as Come Dine With Me as part of his act. Hilarious young fella who deserves only good reviews for his down to earth comedy. And his comedy Bristol accent.
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Russell Howard's Right Here, Right Now tour was by far my favourite. Fairly light humour, not obscene or grotesque, but still had me in stitches. However, I did see this show live and the dvd pales in comparison to the live show. From the deleted scenes it is clear that there was a lot of audience participation that caused some good jokes to be removed. Still well worth a look.
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