Al Murray Prod Asset

Al Murray: Landlord of Hope and Glory

Live at

New Theatre, Oxford

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Wed 5 Jun 2019

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Why go and see it?

A great comedy show inspired by the world today and performed by one of today's top comedians.

The English comedian and TV personality has been working the circuit since the early 90s. His comedy has been described as a unique blend of satire, surrealism and observational comedy inspired by the world today.

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Citizens of Hope and Glory! Our new tomorrow beckons. A new tomorrow that smells reassuringly of yesterday, but with wifi.

Stand up gold
- The Guardian

One last heave and we will be there. And when the going gets through, the tough gets going. Although the going won't get tough and anyone who tells you it is going to be tough is lying.

Come join me to marvel at the majesty of our green and pleasant land. A land globally renowned for our culture, history and places, like the world-famous Salisbury Cathedral.

Contains adult themes.

What the critics say

A supremely polished performer
- Mail on Sunday
Wickedly witty stuff
- The Telegraph

New Theatre, Oxford

24-26 George St, Oxford OX1 2AE, UK
Oxford Railway Station
Box Office opens at 12:00 and closes 15 minutes after show start. On non performance days, Box Office closes at 4pm.
If there is a performance on a Sunday or Bank Holiday, Box Office will open 2 hours before show start, and close 15 minutes after the show start.
ABOUT
GETTING HERE
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There is a large air-conditioned bar with seating located below the Stalls foyer, two furhter bars in the Circle Foyer and one at the back of the balcony. All stocked with an array of drinks and snacks.
Avoid the queues and be our guest in the Ambassador lounge. Add some sparkle to your night out and enjoy a show with bespoke service.
There is a cloakroom located in the stalls bar. If this is closed please speak to a member of staff. £1 per item. It is free to ATG Theatre Card memebers.

There has been a theatre on George Street for almost 170 years. The first theatre was built in 1836, and a second in 1886. In 1934, the third New Theatre opened. The theatre has been owned by several different companies and undergone several name changes. It is now owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group and hosts everything from ballet and opera to musicals.

New Theatre, Oxfordchange

Wed 5 Jun 2019
24-26 George St, Oxford OX1 2AE, UK
Wed at 19.30
Age guidance - Parental Guidance