Friday 17 February 2017, 7pm
Parr Hall, Tickets £27.50
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Pub landlord Al Murray is set to bring his distinctive brand of humour back to Parr Hall next month.
He calls himself a publican, politician and philosopher and on this tour, Let’s Go Backwards Together, he will embark on a common sense campaign to “re-Great Britain”.
The critically-acclaimed comedian’s on-stage persona will address Europe, the NHS, “whatever the hell is going on in the Middle East”, the gathering storm of fortnightly bin collections and plenty of other issues which are regular pub chat fodder, all in his typical brash style.
Parr Hall’s audience will be watching The Pub Landlord answer the call of destiny, even though it’s an unlisted number, call time on tyranny, even though he isn’t quite sure what it means, and even say no to women ordering anything other than a glass of white wine or fruit-based drink.
In the 20 years since The Pub Landlord first roared into existence, Al Murray has become “a supremely polished performer” according to Mail on Sunday, and The Daily Telegraph said “Murray’s affectionate, double-edged satire feels as fresh as ever”.