9 a hometown show from the king of comedy
Russell Peters’ politically incorrect sensibility, paired with his perspective as a second-generation Canadian, turned him into a global comedic icon. Over the past decade, he became the first comedian to get a Netflix stand-up special, broke a comedy ticket sales record in the U.K. and hosted the largest stand-up show Australia has ever seen. His Deported world tour kicked off earlier this year in Perth, and now he’s touching down in Canada for a hometown performance. While the tour’s title suggests his routine will be squarely aimed at you-know-who, fans can still expect the self-effacing anecdotes and off-colour humour that the king of comfort-food comedy is known for.