Although racial stereotypes and cultural contrasts are a mainstay in his sets, he’ll highlight his opinion on a wide array of topics, including mobile phones, dating and more recently, fatherhood. Deported Tour Indeed, his seven-year-old daughter Crystianna (from his first marriage) informs much of the material in his new show, from fielding questions he’s not prepared for as a father to juggling family and work. By all accounts, the overall feel of the show will be a much more personal one than we’re used to from him. Beyond that, anything could happen and like all his previous tours, he’ll be tailoring each show to the city he’s performing in. There’s no real preparing for it, especially since a good chunk is off-thecuff banter with the audience.
Coming hot off the release of his first comedy-drama series out on Netflix – The Indian Detective – and with several feature films about to drop, coupled with his relentless touring schedule, Peters’ almost 30-year career is at an all-time high. He believes comedians are the last real truth-tellers in the world and he’s ready to tell it like it is here in KL. Catch him in his hat-trick performance at Axiata Arena this month. Russell Peters Deported World Tour WHERE Axiata Arena, Kuala Lumpur WHEN 8.30pm (2 March) ADMISSION RM198-RM398 TEL 03 7493 3010 prworldwidelive.com