Al Murray returning to Aberdeen in 2025 with new tour Guv Island

The Pub Landlord is returning to the north-east in February 2025
-Credit: (Image: Mint of Montrose)

It'll be standing room only at the theatre bar when the Pub Landlord returns to Aberdeen next year as Al Murray brings his new tour Guv Island to the north-east.

Splashing down in Aberdeen at the Tivoli Theatre on February 6, and Dundee’s Whitehall Theatre on February 9, the hit comedian is back to make sense of the questions you probably already had answers to.

"We’re thrilled to be bringing one of the country’s most recognisable and successful comics back to Dundee and Aberdeen with his latest hit live show," said Doug Taylor of tour promoter Mint of Montrose.

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"The Pub Landlord has been packing out theatres all over the country for years and we’re sure Aberdeen and Dundee theatre fans will be out in force once again to welcome him back for another big laugh theatre night out."

Al Murray with his alter-ego, The Pub Landlord, is one of the most recognisable and successful comedians in the UK.

For over 20 years Al has filled arenas and the largest theatres around the world as The Pub Landlord, and won numerous awards and accolades, including the Edinburgh Comedy Award (formally Perrier Award, after a record four successive nominations) and secured Olivier Award nominations for both of his sell-out West End runs.

He has hosted countless TV series, including the acclaimed entertainment chat show Al Murray’s Happy Hour (ITV) and the ground-breaking sitcom Time Gentlemen Please (Sky).

Al has made multiple appearances on The Royal Variety Performance (ITV) and hosted Live at the Apollo (BBC) and Live at the Palladium (ITV).

In 2024, The Pub Landlord is back on the road with a massive 76 dates touring the UK & Ireland with his brand new show Guv Island.

Swapping his comedy stage persona for himself, Al has authored and presented the Broadcast Award-winning series Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate the English?, Al Murray: Why Do The Brits Win Every War? and the latest, Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate The British Empire?

Continuing combining his passion for film and history, he has filmed two specials for BBC Four: Al Murray’s Great British War Movies and Al Murray’s Great British Spy Movies.

Al also co-hosts the hugely popular WW2 history podcast, We Have Ways of Making You Talk with fellow bestselling military author James Holland.

As a writer, Al has also enjoyed great success with his books including Book of British Common Sense, Think Yourself British, Great British Pub Quiz Book, Watching War Films with My Dad and, most recently, Command, an entertaining and sharp analysis of the key allied military leaders in WW2.