Al Murray

Al Murray

Murray's grandfather Sir Ralph Murray was a diplomat, working at the Political< Warfare Establishment propaganda unit. And his great-great-great-grandfather was William Makepeace Thackeray.

Al wread modern history at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, where he started performing comedy.

His break came in 1994, when he was invited compere in Harry Hill's Edinburgh show Pub Internationale, and created the pub landlord character.

Nominated for the Perrier more often than anyone else, Murray was ruled out the running in 1999 for being 'too popular', until organisers relented. He was also nominated for best theatre tour in the 2008 Chortle awards.

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Upcoming Dates

Cambridge Comedy Festival

Date: Sun 11 Jul 2021
Venue: Huntingdon Grange Farm
Price: £34.34 adult day ticket, £136.50 weekend camping
Comics: Al Murray, Alexis Dubus, Andrew Bird, Andrew Ryan, Angela Barnes, Brennan Reece, Charlie George, Dan Evans, David Ward, Diane Spencer, Duncan Oakley, Esther Manito, Fin Taylor, Garrett Millerick, Hal Cruttenden, Jake Lambert, Jo Caulfield, John Mann, Julian Deane, Keith Farnan, Mark Simmons, Michael Legge, Nathan Caton, Neil Delamere, Paul Foot, Phil Nichol, Pierre Hollins, Rich Wilson, Rosie Jones, Sarah-Louise Young, Scott Bennett, Sean McLoughlin, Seann Walsh, Steve N Allen, Tom Ward
Show starts: 12:00 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

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