With great regret, due to Covid-19, and legislation regarding social distancing, this event will not be taking place. Please telephone 01260 223456 for further details.
Bill Bailey is a multi-award-winning British comedian, songwriter, musician, actor, presenter and animal welfare campaigner. His extensive career ranges from international stand-up comedy tours to performing on television, film and radio, duetting at HRH Prince Charles’ 60th birthday with Robin Williams, and performing at the Royal Albert Hall with a full BBC Concert Orchestra.
He played Manny in the BAFTA award winning Black Books, and he was for many years team captain on the popular BBC music panel show Never Mind the Buzzcocks. He is a regular panellist on the hit BBC show QI, along with writing and presenting numerous TV wildlife documentaries and has recently filmed the comedy drama In The Long Run created by Idris Elba.
Expect to be entertained by Bill’s trademark blend of satire and surrealism, stories and dismantled jokes, crowd sing-alongs, weird instruments and musical showstoppers.
‘Bailey cuts a world-beating swathe all of his own… absolutely genius on so many levels.’
(No Children under six years old may attend performances.)