Tommy Tiernan, Al Murray and Iain Stirling extend tours | New dates on sale

Tommy Tiernan, Al Murray and Iain Stirling extend tours

New dates on sale

Tommy Tiernan, Al Murray and Iain Stirling have extended their tours.

Tiernan has added ten Scottish shows to his Tomfoolery tour this autumn. Dates

Murray is extending his Landlord Of Hope And Glory tour for the second time by adding 30 gigs between March and August. Dates

And Stirling  has added a 28-date autumn extension, including a second London show at the newly restored Alexandra Palace Theatre, taking the tour to 76 dates. Schedule

Falling Upwards is about  his inability to function in the most basic of public settings, social media’s constant pressure to ‘live your best life’ and that one time a man stole his shoes.

As previously announced, two hometown performances at Edinburgh King’s Theatre on  March 29 will be recorded for his first special, to be released on Amazon Prime.

The new tickets for Tiernan and Murray’s tours went on sale at 10am this morning. Stirling is having a ‘presale’ with tickets on general sale tomorrow.

Published: 6 Feb 2020

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