In the first show, Russell returns to his home town of Southend, with a show recorded at the Clifftown Theatre Studio.
He's joined by comedians Carl Donnelly, Rob Beckett, Henry Paker and Roisin Conaty, while music is provided by Beans On Toast and tribute band The Upbeat Beatles
Russell Kane won the 2010 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award after being nominated three times for the prize.
A regular on television and radio, Russell has previously hosted Out To Lunch on Radio 2.
In the second show, Russell's at The Lawrence House Studio in Blackpool's Grand Theatre.
And Russell goes out and about to discover the best bits of Blackpool and discusses its beginnings with author Travis Elborough.
Russell's tour of seaside locations reaches Brighton.
Russell also talk to authors Travis Elborough and Joe Dunthorne about Swansea past and present.
The fifth show brings him to the The Quarterhouse in Folkestone.
He's joined by Matt Richardson, Tom Deacon, Nick Helm and Angela Barnes, plus there's music from Kent band Tom Williams and the Boat.
Russell also talks to chef and restauranteur Mark Sargeant and author Travis Elborough about the glories of Folkestone.