Russell Kane is heading to St Mary's


Multi-award-winning comedian Russell Kane will be performing an intimate gig at St Mary’s alongside some special guests, with limited ticket and dinner packages available, as part of the Itchen For A Laugh series.

Enjoy the show from the best seats in the house with one of our exclusive ticket and dinner packages, in either The Halo or the Aspire Lounge, as the critically acclaimed star brings his fast-paced live show to the south coast for a special warm-up gig on Thursday 4th November.

You’ll get to see one of the UK’s best loved comedians up close and personal in the intimate setting of the Mick Channon suite at St Mary’s as he tests out new material ahead of his nationwide tour – there’s a range of packages available, including general admission tickets from just £27.50 plus booking fee.

Make it a night to remember with our limited ticket and dinner packages – choose from a three-course fine dining experience in The Halo from £99 per person, or a two-course plated dinner in the Aspire Lounge from £75, each with a welcome drink on arrival.

2021/22 Season Ticket holders and Seasonal Hospitality guests get exclusive early access to ticket and dinner packages for Russell Kane from today.

Ticket and dinner packages then go on general sale from Tuesday 12th October with general admission tickets going on sale to all fans from Thursday 14th October – you can register your interest in both dinner packages and general admission tickets using the form below.

Book early to secure your seats for one of the country’s best loved comedians performing live at St Mary’s.

Dress code is smart casual for dinner package customers, private tables will be provided where possible however this is not guaranteed. For full information on what is included in the dinner packages, click here.

Please note this is a 14+ event, set times are to be confirmed and the line-up is subject to change. Register your interest in tickets to see Russell Kane, including dinner packages, by filling out the form below: