Al Murray announces massive tour for 2021 and 2022: how to get tickets

Al Murray announces massive tour for 2021 and 2022: how to get tickets

The comedian will travel the country as part of his Gig For Victory tour

Comic Al Murray has announced a huge tour for 2021 and 2022. Tickets for the shows go on sale at 10am on Friday 8 October.

Dubbed the Gig For Victory tour, the shows will see the loud and lairy Pub Landlord at his acerbic best as he tackles Britain's woes. You can expect to hear Murray's unique take on subjects as wide-reaching as Brexit, Boris Johnson and much more with his typically side-splitting jokes.

The Pub Landlord character has existed in Murray's repertoire for more than 20 years. In that time he's played to millions of fans across the world, and featured in programmes like Time Gentlemen Please and Al Murray's Happy Hour.

Al Murray's 2021 and 2022 UK show dates:
Friday 8 October - Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Friday 15 October - Winter Gardens, Margate
Monday 18 October - Venue Cymru, Llandudno
Thursday 21 October - Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
Friday 22 October - G Live, Guildford
Monday 25 October - Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury
Tuesday 26 October - Orchard Theatre, Dartford
Wednesday 27 October - Alban Arena, St Albans
Thursday 28 October - Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
Friday 29 October - Grand Theatre, Swansea
Wednesday 3 November - Princes Hall, Aldershot
Thursday 4 November - Central Hall, Chatham
Friday 5 November - White Rock Theatre, Hastings
Sunday 7 November - Theatre Royal, Bath
Wednesday 10 November - Parr Hall, Warrington
Thursday 11 November - Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury
Thursday 24 February 2022 - Town Hall, Middlesbrough
Friday 25 February - Tyne Theatre, Newcastle
Thursday 3 March - Princes Theatre, Clackton
Saturday 5 March - Town Hall, Loughborough
Thursday 10 March - Cast, Doncaster
Friday 11 March - Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Friday 18 March - Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry
Saturday 19 March - Great Hall, Exeter
Sunday 20 March - Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
Friday 25 March - Hackney Empire, London
Wednesday 30 March - Marina Theatre, Lowestoft
Thursday 31 March - Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn
Saturday 9 April - Churchill Theatre, Bromley
Sunday 10 April - King Georges Hall, Blackburn
Wednesday 13 April - Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Wednesday 20 April - Shanklin Theatre, Isloe Of Wight
Thursday 21 April – Guildhall, Portsmouth
Wednesday 27 April – Cresset, Peterborough
Friday 29 April - Beck Theatre, Hayes
Saturday 30 April - De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
Thursday 5 May - Corn Exchange, Bedford
Friday 6 May - G Live, Guildford
Friday 13 May - Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl
Wednesday 18 May - Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
Thursday 19 May – Plaza, Stockport
Friday 20 May - Victoria Theatre, Halifax
Saturday 21 May - De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Saturday 28 May – Anvil, Basingstoke
Sunday 29 May - Swan Theatre, High Wycombe
Friday 3 June - Opera House, Buxton
Saturday 4 June - Engine Shed, Lincoln
Wednesday 8 June - Sands Centre, Carlisle
Thursday 9 June - City Hall, Hull
Friday 10 June - Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
Saturday 18 June – Westlands, Yeovil
Sunday 19 June – Courtyard, Hereford
Wednesday 22 June - Whitehall Theatre, Dundee
Thursday 23 June - Kings Theatre, Edinburgh
Saturday 25 June - Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline
Sunday 26 June - Music Hall, Aberdeen
Thursday 1 September - Grand Opera House, York
Friday 2 September - Royal Theatre, Harrogate
Saturday 3 September - Globe Theatre, Stockton
Sunday 4 September – Lowry, Manchester
Thursday 8 September - Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
Friday 9 September – Hexagon, Reading
Saturday 10 September - Civic Theatre, Chelmsford
Sunday 11 September - Kings Theatre, Glasgow
Friday 16 September – Theatre, Camberley
Saturday 17 September - Theatre Royal, Winchester
Sunday 18 September - Richmond Theatre, London
Thursday 22 September - New Theatre, Oxford
Friday 23 September - Civic Hall, Bedford
Saturday 24 September - Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
Friday 30 September - Grove Theatre, Dunstable
Saturday 1 October - Glyndwr University, Wrexham
Sunday 2 October - Theatre Royal, Norwich
Wednesday 5 October - Theatre Royal, Brighton
Thursday 6 October - Princess Theatre, Torquay
Friday 7 October – Forum, Bath
Wednesday 12 October - City Varieties, Leeds
Thursday 13 October - City Varieties, Leeds
Friday 14 October - Concert Hall, Motherwell
Saturday 15 October - City Hall, Sheffield
Thursday 20 October – Regent, Ipswich
Friday 21 October - Royal and Derngate, Northampton
Saturday 22 October – Lyceum, Crewe
Sunday 23 October - New Victoria Theatre, Woking
Sunday 13 November - Vicar Street, Dublin

Tickets for Al Murray's 2021 and 2022 tour go on sale at 10am on Friday 8 October.

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending (especially during the Covid-19 pandemic).

Al Murray Gig For Victory

As the dust settles and we emerge blinking into the dawn of a new year, the men and women of this great country will need answers. Answers that they know they need, answers to questions they never knew existed. And when that moment comes, who better to show the way, to provide those answers, than the people’s man of the…

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Fri 11 Nov

£31.90–£47.90

Darlington Hippodrome

Sun 2 Oct

£27.50 / 01325 405405

The Fire Station, Sunderland

Sat 1 Oct

£22–£30.25 / 0191 5700 007

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