Comedy’s very own Pub Landlord will be returning to Wrexham for Happy Hour this autumn.
On November 1st, Al Murray will make his return to the William Aston Hall as the comedian celebrates 20 years at the Lager top.
The award-winning comic will be donning his stand-up persona of The Pub Landlord once more, bringing his stereotypical, right-wing, and unwavering patriotism to Glyndwr University. There’s also sure to be a Queen cover or two!
His ‘One Man, One Guvnor’ tour sees Al embark on over 50 dates across the UK to commemorate an incredible personal milestone in the comedian’s career, which has seen him become a national treasure.
As The Pub Landlord he has performed at The Royal Variety Show, hosted BBC’s ‘Live at the Apollo’, and released six best-selling live DVDs. Under the Landlord, Al has also written two best-selling books, notably his first title, the ‘Book of British Common Sense’ sold over 300,000 copies.
Sold out shows at arenas across the UK and overseas in the likes of Melbourne, Sydney, Montreal and New Zealand have cemented his status as one of the greatest stand-up comics of all time.
Mind you, pouring a pint isn’t the only weapon in Murray’s formidable comedy arsenal. When he’s not mocking the French or lambasting Politicians, Al is the host of ‘7 Day Sunday’ on BBC Radio 5, a guest star on ‘QI’ and ‘Have I Got News For You’, and has a role on CBBC’s ‘Horrible Histories’.
Last year the comedian bought his ‘Only Way is Epic’ tour to Wrexham and we popped down for the evening of comedy and examination into the political failings of the modern world. You can read our review of his performance here.
The Pub Landlord comes to Wrexham’s Glyndwr University November 1st, with the William Aston Hall will have its biggest ever lock-in from 19:30. Tickets are £25.50, so get your orders in quickly because this show is destined to be a full-house!
For more details and to buy your tickets call our Box Office on 01978 293293, or alternatively shop online at https://glyndwr.ticketsolve.com.
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