Russell Peters to tickle Malaysians on 10 & 11 April 2015

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He’s almost famous. He’s Indian. He’s Canadian. He’s also Chinese, Jamaican and whatever he wants to be. And he’ll make you laugh. A lot. And he’ll laugh with others, at you. A lot. He’s none other than Russell Peters, the third highest-paid comedian in the world (Forbes 2015). And if you haven’t heard, is making a pitstop in Kuala Lumpur as part of the second leg of his ‘Almost Famous World Tour’ on 10 and 11 April 2015 at Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam.

The big tour kicked off in September 2014 and has tickled bellies in Canada, USA, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and India. Malaysia will be his final stop in Asia.

Russell draws a phenomenal crowd, and tickets for the 10 April show sold out in a few days, with 90% of tickets sold in less than 24 hours. That’s 8,000 seats ladies and gentlemen. He’s notorious for selling out shows all over the world. His unique and sometimes sensitive but hilarious cultural anecdotes has made him the household name he is today. The Canadian-born Indian has made more than 100 million people fall of their chairs, on YouTube.

What’s cool about his tour here is that it will feature all new material from Russell and that covers observational comedy, highlighting his opinions on ethnic and cultural stereotypes, jobs, the usage of cell phones and dating. Expect his signature lightning fast improv and crowd interaction. If you’re close to the stage, get ready to be part of the fun (joke) too!

The Russell Peters “Almost Famous World Tour” is brought to you by LOL Events, the people who have been making others laugh since 2009, starting with the highly-successful The Comedy Club KL shows. They’ve produced the LOL Comedy Stars Series, Laugh Off Asia, Comedy Kao Kao and Kings & Queens of Comedy Asia. They’ve also hosted globally renowned acts like Jeff Dunham, Maz Jobrani, Ahmed Ahmed, Danny Bhoy, Kumar and Sugar Sammy.

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If you’re keen to stretch your facial muscles and give your abs a good workout, then you can still buy tickets from Ticketpro. Tickets in Malaysia range from RM128 to RM458, available through Ticketpro Malaysia’s website (www.ticketpro.com.my) or at Ticketpro’s outlets nationwide.

Disabled customers are entitled to discounted RM150 tickets, available only from Ticketpro outlets, and will need the presentation of a PWD card during purchase.

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