Affectionately known as The Pub Landlord due to his alter-ego character, Al Murray is one of the UK’s most loved comedians. Reigniting his career after a successful stint in the reality cooking show, Hell’s Kitchen, Andy became a household name. Firmly positioned in the nation's heart, he regularly features on many comedy shows across a multitude of channels, including BBC, Sky TV and ITV. Al was given his own chat show in 2007, titled Al Murray’s Happy Hour, which proved extremely successful; it was later nominated for a National Television Award. A hit on the entertainment circuit, Al is as professional as he is hilarious, leaving your event in safe hands.
Additionally, he has embarked on several sold out arena tours, with The Observer describing them as "the funniest live comedy show[s] of the decade". Al continues to tour the country, a testament to his wide fan base and ability to constantly entertain as a comedian. From DVDs of his live tours to such books as The Pub Landlord's Book of British Common Sense and Let's Re-Great Britain, Al remains as relevant and topical as the first time he stopped into the stage, in 1994.
With his on stage presence and unique persona, Al Murray the ideal after dinner speaker, entertainer or events host. A recognisable figure within British comedy, he is able to captivate an audience and ensures that all those in attendance thoroughly enjoy the event. His brand of witty, yet relatable, humour is guaranteed to keep the crowd in stitches with laughter, whilst his warm and comforting character leaves everyone begging for an encore. Considering such talent, it is no surprise that Al was listed in The Observer's 50 Funniest Comedians in 2003, and in 2007 was voted 16th in Channel 4’s 100 Greatest Stand Up Comedians.
Having appeared on the Royal Variety Show multiple times as the Pub Landlord, Al was awarded the prestigious Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1999, and was nominated for an Olivier Award after successful stints on the West End. Recent accolades include the 2018 Great British Pantomime Award for Best Newcomer, a credit to his ongoing success. Audiences of Al's comedy sets thoroughly enjoy his award-winning standard, which makes for an unforgettable event.