Al Murray's new show to hit the Vale

By Nigel Slater Thursday 04 October 2012 Updated: 23/10 13:48

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LOUDMOUTH comedian Al Murray is set to perform live in Evesham and Cheltenham next year as part of his UK tour it has been announced.

The Pub Landlord will be stopping at Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre on March 10 and Evesham's Regal Cinema on June 22 as part of 'The Only Way is Epic' tour.

Britain's most irrepressible innkeeper will be serving up his premier brew of ale-inspired acumen and bar-room buffoonery as part of his hilarious new show.

This monumental new live stand-up show from the multi-award-winning comedian, directly follows the nationwide success of the Guv's twice extended Barrel of Fun tour, and is sure to sell-out fast so early booking is recommended.

The show sees Murray, who has also appeared in a string of TV shows including Hells Kitchen and Top Gear, play a stereotypical British pub owner who jokingly expresses a dislike to anything un-British.

His ITV show Al Murray's Happy Hour, which began airing in 2007, won a British Comedy Award and was nominated for a National Television Award.

Al's huge stand-up tours have made him one of the most popular live comedy acts in the country with sell out shows including the O2 Arena.

Tickets are now on sale at both venues and are available by calling 01386 421007 (Regal) and 01242 572573 (Everyman) or by visiting their websites at www.theregal.ac and www.tickets.everymantheatre.org.uk.

Parental discretion is advised for the event as the show contains several adult themes.

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