Bill Bailey is a comedian, musician, writer, author, director, presenter and keen stand-up paddle-boarder known for his live shows such as Part Troll, Tinselworm, Qualmpeddler and Limboland and his work on the television programmes Black Books, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and QI.
Bill Bailey is perhaps Britain’s most beloved comedian. The wonderful musical comedian – he has been dubbed both ‘comedian Mozart’ and ‘comedian Mike Oldfield’ – has toured with his acclaimed performance ‘Larks in Transit’ in the UK since last winter. In the spring, he will come up with new performances with his travel stories from twenty years of touring.
Bailey has reached the top of the comedy, thanks to his very personal style to the great enthusiasm of the audience. The Daily Telegraph calls him “the smartest comedian of his generation”.
In “Larks of Transit”, he highlights politics, philosophy, the pursuit of happiness, death metal and a disturbing meeting with Paul McCartney.