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Russell Brand Reschedules Lausanne Show
Russell Brand is pleased to announce the rescheduling of his previously cancelled Messiah Complex show at Theatre de Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The show remains at the same venue but will now take place on Wednesday 18th June.

As a gesture to Swiss fans, the tickets for this show are now available at a reduced price.

Tickets will be on sale, as before, from online and all the usual Swiss outlets.
Details of the pricing reduction are as follows:
Chf 110.- to Chf 90.-
Chf 99.- to Chf 80.-
Chf 88.- to Chf 65.-

The show will start at 20:00 and any remaining original ticket holders should claim a full refund by emailing before purchasing a new ticket.

Comedian, actor and author, Russell Brand announces his first ever world stand-up tour. Keeping in line with Brand’s comedic style, the tour, officially named “Messiah Complex,” will be a dissection of various social and religious figures and the reality of their lives through comparisons of each other. Messiah Complex is a mental disorder where you think you might be the messiah. Did Jesus have it? What about Che Guevara, Gandhi, Malcolm X and Hitler? All these men have shaped our lives and influenced the way we think. Their images are used to represent ideas that often do not relate to them at all. Would Gandhi be into apple? Would Che Guevara endorse Madonna? Would Jesus be into Christianity? All great people are flawed, all of us, flawed people are capable of greatness and for every identifiable icon there is an anonymous mob of unrecognized bods doing all the admin and heavy lifting. This show looks at the importance of heroes in this age of atheistic disposability. Plus there's sex. Obviously.

Brand states, “I am going to tour The World (our one, Earth) with Messiah Complex, causing bother and excitement and offering opinions that have not been either solicited or thought through.

Of course I'll be in English speaking countries (UK, Ireland, US, Canada) but also Scandinavia, Russia, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine; anywhere that will have me to be honest and that are relaxed about free speech. As well as theaters I will be appearing in prisons, drug rehabs, social network HQs, universities, nationalist organisations, Mosques, foreclosed houses, protest sites, Synagogues and in people's private homes. I dedicate this Messiah Complex tour to the four men that are it's subject, Che Guevara, Gandhi, Malcolm X and Jesus- I know this is what they would have wanted. If this is the end of the world I'm going to go out laughing with an erection.
About Russell Brand
” Beginning his career as a stand-up comedian, Brand rose to fame in the UK for his “Big Brother” spin-off, “Big Brother’s Big Mouth.” He launched his first nationwide tour, Shame (Russell Brand: Live for DVD), in 2006 and followed it up with his second nationwide tour Russell Brand: Only Joking (Russell Brand: Doin’ Life for DVD) in 2007.
Russell Brand shot to fame in the US in 2008 when he was seen as rocker ‘Aldous Snow’ in the Judd Apatow produced comedies Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him to the Greek. He brought his stand-up tour, Russell Brand: Scandalous, to the US in 2009.
Brand was recently seen as the host of his own late night talk show, “Brand X” and can soon be seen in Diablo Cody’s directorial debut Paradise.
Brand’s other film credits include Rock of Ages, Arthur, Bedtime Stories and The Tempest. Also an acclaimed author, Brand has written two books, “My Booky Wook: A Memoir of Sex, Drugs and Stand-Up” which was on The New York Times best-seller list for five weeks in a row, and the follow up, “Booky Wook 2: This Time It’s Personal.”