LONDON – 5th February – The year is 2020. The world stands on the brink. Turmoil is the norm. Questions have been asked and none answered. What we need is one man, to step forward, one man with all the answers. Well you’re in luck, ladies and gentlemen – he’s here and touring the nation. Al Murray, The Pub Landlord will extend his sell out tour for the second time by 30 dates from March – August.
The Pub Landlord said about the show: “Citizens of Hope and Glory! Our new tomorrow beckons. A new tomorrow that smells reassuringly of yesterday, but with wifi. One last heave and we will be there. And when the going gets tough the tough get going. Although the going won’t get tough and anyone who tells you it is going to be tough is lying. Come join me to marvel at the majesty of our green and pleasant land. A land globally renowned for our culture, history and places, like the world-famous Salisbury Cathedral. Join me to step backwards into the future.”
For over 20 years Al Murray, The Pub Landlord has filled the biggest venues around the UK, including London’s 02 Arena and the iconic Royal Albert Hall. He has won numerous awards, hosted many critically acclaimed television shows, and in 2015 famously stood for election in the hotly contested seat of South Thanet.
Tickets will be available on exclusive presale from 10am on Thursday 6th February via See Tickets and Ticketmaster and on General sale from 10am on Friday 7th February. All dates at: www.thepublandlord.com
What the press said about Landlord of Hope and Glory
It remains one of the great joys in comedy to see the Pub Landlord befriend and belittle the front rows, blithely dishing out attributes to them, responding with superfast wit… So long as he has an audience with a pulse and an onstage pump that dispenses frothy lager for him to spill on them, Murray will always be a good night out.
Dominic Maxwell, The Times
Landlord Of Hope And Glory is a rambunctiously good night out… he’s always the sharpest operator when it comes to quick-thinking mockery, and it’s great to witness such mastery.
Steve Bennett, Chortle
Al Murray’s brilliant creation has become an essential part of the British comedy landscape… it’s a joy to see him work himself into a froth
Claire Smith, The Scotsman
it never ceases to amaze me that he can come up with such good gags off the cuff
Bruce Dessau, The Evening Standard
still funny after all these years
Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk