White wine for the lady
BRITAIN'S favourite innkeeper is coming to a venue near you with a heady brew of ale-inspired acumen and bar-room buffoonery.
His latest stop at The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham will see him once again serve up a dollop of banter bemoaning his beloved 'broken' Britain.
And while some may fear his latest tour, The Only Way Is Epic, could prove a little stale – Murray is out to assure us that it is anything but.
Bristling with excitement he is delighted to be hitting the road once again.
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"What I love is that it's different every night," he said. "I want the audience to feel that tonight's the night, and unlike any other show.
"They know that they are getting 100 per cent effort from me, rather than feeling that it's just another routine evening.
"In a way I'm hugely envious of comedians who have the patience to do the same stuff every night.
"But God knows how they do it – I'd go crazy. It means much more to make every show unique."
The saloon-bar sage is at home as the archetypal right wing patriot and revels in his scope for making cheap jibes, particularly towards anything vaguely French or German.
Murray, who started his career touring with the likes of Frank Skinner and Harry Hill, finds the reaction he gets to his character fascinating wherever he ventures.
"Some people say the act is rabble-rousing and think audiences take it at face value," he said. "But he is a dribbling, self-contradictory idiot, so I don't mind if people take that at face value.
"He will also tell us why being a dad is the hardest job in the world. He will reveal that he is possibly joining a group of other fathers who are seeking justice. He will let them have a function room, in return for free membership. He'll also drive their van to Big Ben, but he won't wear those silly costumes."
Murray has also hinted at a climax to his show that will see the landlord "attempt to save the country".
"The audience will end up completely liberated as a new people living in a new Britain," he said. "It's about rescuing Britain from itself."
So order yourselves a pint of ale or a glass of white wine for the lady. The Pub Landlord is set for a lock-in on Sunday.
Tickets for the 7.30pm show cost £28.50. Call 01242 572573.