Published: 10:00, 09 April 2014
Broken Britain may be staring into the bottom of an empty pint glass, but help is at hand from Al Murray, the Pub Landlord.
Britain’s most irrepressible innkeeper will be serving up his premier brew of ale-inspired acumen and bar-room buffoonery in his new tour - One man, One Guvnor - that stops off for two Kent dates later this year.
Revered for his audience banter and catchphrases “all hail to the ale” and “beautiful British name,” the Guv appears unable to do any wrong.
His obsession with Queen and his xenophobic ways prompted critics from the Daily Telegraph to say “after 15 years of refining his act, it’s now in peak satirical condition,” while The Times said “Murray’s interaction with the crowd remains one of the wonders of the comedy world'
Al Murray, the Pub Landlord, returns to Folkestone’s Quarterhouse for the first night of his Uk tour on Wednesday, September 3. He then visits Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre on Sunday, October 12.
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