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‘Pub landlord’ to bring his special brand of humour to Clickimin Centre in June

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Comedy fans in Shetland are in for a treat this year with the appearance of Al Murray, who will be serving up his own special brew of humour and bar-room banter at Clickimin on Thursday 9th June.

Comedian Murray, or “the pub landlord” as he is better known, is adding the Shetland date to his sold-out Barrel of Fun tour, this particular leg of which includes Stirling, Stornoway, Kirkwall and Inverness.

The slot is being promoted by Inverness based Beyond Promotions in association with Atlantic Edge Music Services.

Davie Gardner of Atlantic Edge Music Services said: “Al Murray is without question one of the UK’s top comedians and so I’m delighted he’s specifically asked to come to Shetland as part of his hilarious ‘Barrel of Fun’ tour. He’s a master of working his audience and integrating them into the show so we can look forward to a great night of banter and hilarity.”

Tickets for the show go on sale from the Shetland Box Office, Islesburgh Community Centre on Saturday 22nd January, 2011 at 9am priced £25.50. Phone 01595 745555 or 692114. Tickets will also be available from Seetickets at www.seetickets.com and Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.co.uk

Under 16’s are permitted to the show but should be accompanied by an adult.

About Adam Civico

The Shetland Times editor since October 2012. Born and bred in South Yorkshire, before moving to Shetland I was assistant editor at the Barnsley Chronicle, where my journalism career began. When not editing The Shetland Times I can be found walking or (occasionally) running, enjoying good food, or trying to find the latest Sheffield Wednesday result. Contact me with your news and views about Shetland – a.civico@shetlandtimes.co.uk, on Twitter @adamcivico or telephone 01595 746715.

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