Due to ongoing developments around the coronavirus (COVID-19), and following advice from governments and health organisations, some upcoming performances may be subject to change and may need to be postponed or cancelled at short notice.

Please use the individual ticket links below, or contact the individual venues, should you need further information.



Join Bill as he tries out a new selection of funny stuff on stage, before your very eyes.


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. 

Tickets can be purchased using the individual ticket links below.


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July 2021

Saturday 24/07/21Herefordshire, UKNozstock the Hidden Valley

August 2021

Saturday 28/08/21Buckinghamshire, UKTowersey Festival


July 2021

Friday 09/07/21Sutton Coldfield, UKThe Town Hall
Saturday 10/07/21Brierley Hill, UKCivic Hall

September 2021

Saturday 25/09/21Killarney, IEGleneagle INEC Arena


Fresh from his sensational star turn on Strictly Come Dancing, this will be a festive treat that is sure to fill you with Christmas cheer, as Bill delivers a compendium of joyous tales and the surprising shenanigans of 20 years as a travelling comedian. With musical virtuosity, hilarious outlandish tangents and trademark intelligence, Bill tackles politics, philosophy, and the pursuit of happiness. Combining music and comedy with effortless style, Bill presents a masterpiece of melody and magic, unparalleled to anything else you will experience. And after two delightful decades of touring Larks, Bill has well and truly earnt his title as “the finest stand-up comedian this country has to offer” (The Times).

Tickets can be purchased through ticketmaster or by using the separate venue ticket links below.

December 2020

Monday 28/12/20London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Tuesday 29/12/20London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Wednesday 30/12/20London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Thursday 31/12/20London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre - Matinée

January 2021

Saturday 02/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre - Matinée
Saturday 02/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Sunday 03/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre - Matinée
Sunday 03/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Tuesday 05/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Wednesday 06/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Thursday 07/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Friday 08/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Saturday 09/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre
Sunday 10/01/21London, UKThe Lyceum Theatre


How did we get here? How do we find our way through this? And exactly who are we again?

In Bill’s newest show, Bill ponders this and other questions that this moment in history has thrown up, and tries to see a way through the strange unreality of our new world. Tracing lines through chaotic moments in history, Bill seeks out parallels where human resilience and our ability to endure has got us through times of strife. 

In a show whose title Bill had written before we’d even heard of COVID, EN ROUTE TO NORMAL has become not just a funny, heartwarming mix of stories, music and history, but a personal mission to find our way through these Strange Times!

UK tickets can be purchased through ticketmaster or all tickets are available using the separate venue ticket links below .


March 2021

Saturday 13/03/21Wellington, NZMichael Fowler Centre
Sunday 14/03/21Wellington, NZMichael Fowler Centre
Tuesday 16/03/21Invercargill, NZCivic Theatre
Wednesday 17/03/21Dunedin, NZTown Hall
Thursday 18/03/21Christchurch, NZTown Hall
Friday 19/03/21Christchurch, NZTown Hall
Saturday 20/03/21Nelson, NZTrafalgar Centre
Tuesday 23/03/21Auckland, NZKiri Te Kanawa Theatre
Wednesday 24/03/21Auckland, NZKiri Te Kanawa Theatre
Thursday 25/03/21Tauranga, NZTrustpower Baypark Arena
Saturday 27/03/21Hamilton, NZClaudelands Arena
Monday 29/03/21New Plymouth, NZTSB Showplace
Wednesday 31/03/21Whanganui, NZRoyal Opera House

April 2021

Friday 02/04/21Palmerston North, NZRegent on Broadway
Saturday 03/04/21Hawkes Bay, NZToitoi Events Centre
Sunday 04/04/21Hawkes Bay, NZToitoi Events Centre
Monday 05/04/21Auckland, NZKiri Te Kanawa Theatre


December 2021

Sunday 12/12/21Plymouth, UKPlymouth Pavilions
Monday 13/12/21Plymouth, UKPlymouth Pavilions
Tuesday 14/12/21Bournemouth, UKBIC
Wednesday 15/12/21Cardiff, UKMotorpoint Arena
Thursday 16/12/21Bournemouth, UKBIC
Saturday 18/12/21Leeds, UKFirst Direct Arena
Sunday 19/12/21Hull, UKBonus Arena
Monday 20/12/21Newcastle, UKUtilita Arena
Tuesday 21/12/21Birmingham, UKUtilita Arena
Wednesday 22/12/21Manchester, UKAO Arena
Thursday 23/12/21Nottingham, UKMotorpoint Arena
Sunday 26/12/21London, UKSSE Arena
Wednesday 29/12/21Glasgow, UKSSE Hydro
Thursday 30/12/21Aberdeen, UKP&J Live (TECA)

January 2022

Sunday 02/01/22Peterborough, UKEast of England Arena
Wednesday 05/01/22Brighton, UKBrighton Centre
Saturday 08/01/22Liverpool, UKM&S Bank Arena
Sunday 09/01/22Sheffield, UKFlyDSA Arena
Wednesday 12/01/22Cardiff, UKMotorpoint Arena
Friday 14/01/21Dublin, IE3Arena
Saturday 15/01/22Belfast, UKSSE Arena

NL | DE | ES | PT | GR | UK

The beginning of 2020 sees Bill taking the show to yet more European destinations. With shows now scheduled in The Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Greece.

Tickets can be purchased using the individual ticket links below.

Larks in Transit is a compendium of travellers’ tales and the general shenanigans of twenty years as a travelling comedian. With musical virtuosity, surreal tangents and trademark intelligence, he tackles politics, philosophy, the pursuit of happiness, death metal, ringtones… and an excruciating encounter with Paul McCartney. Two decades of life as a comic filtered through what the Daily Telegraph calls ‘the brainiest comic of his generation’.


January 2021

Wednesday 06/01/21Utrecht, NLTivoliVredenburg
Friday 08/01/21Munich, DEAlte Kongresshalle
Sunday 10/01/21Athens, GRMegaron Concert Hall
Thursday 21/01/21Cascais, PTCasino Estoril


December 2021

Saturday 11/12/21Essex, UKBrentwood Live

Australia & New Zealand Tour 2018

After the 2016 sell-out tour, Larks in Transit, Bill returns to Australia and New Zealand with his new musicomedy show, Earl of Whimsy. It has Bill’s trademark blend of satire and surrealism, stories and dismantled jokes, crowd sing-alongs, weird instruments and musical showstoppers. But there’s a distinctly historical feel to this show. With its tales of Britain’s fortunes past and present, of ancient Viking battles, of Shakespeare’s contribution to comedy, and Bill’s own ancestry, this is both a mockery and a celebration of national identity.

It’s also a journey of discovery. We find out where Knock Knock jokes came from, how we got days of the week, and why Nicky Minaj rejected a puffin sample for her latest single. There are lively audience discussions, a mass German singalong, and even some Cockney crab-dancing. Something for everyone.


2015 – 2016

Bill Bailey – Limboland

The gap between how we imagine our lives to be and how they really are is the subject of Bill’s new show LIMBOLAND. With his trademark intelligence and sharp wit, he tells tales of finding himself in this halfway place. From his countless global travels, he recounts the hilarious saga of a disastrous family trip to Norway to see the Northern Lights. He rails against a world that doesn’t match up to our expectations and contemplates the true nature of happiness. And no Bill Bailey show would be complete without music, so we have Bill’s version of the protest song, a heart­‐rending country and western ballad played on a Bible, and a fabulously downbeat version of Happy Birthday.

Recorded at the Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London in August 2016. Available on DVD and Download to Own.

“Life in Limboland, consistently funny and dazzlingly quick.”
Sydney Morning Herald



After receiving rave reviews in Australia and New Zealand, Bill returns to the UK with his new tour entitled ‘Qualmpeddler’… A brilliant mix of stand-up, stories, music and old-fashioned wit distilled from his own extraordinary experiences and reactions to the modern world, he looks at Cut-Price Shark Diving, The Hiding Skills of Dentists, A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance & Internet Shopping, Mandarin Ambiguity, Religious Dubstep, and Fashioning Replacement Hamsters. All in all, vintage Bill Bailey with trademark musical mash-ups, multi-lingual riffs, films, songs, philosophizing and silliness on a grand scale…plus one amazing owl.

Recorded at The Hammersmith Apollo, London in June 2013. Available on DVD, Blu-ray and Download to Own.

“…the riffs and individual lines are sublime… the casual musical brilliance sets Bailey apart”
London is Funny

2010 – 2011


Featuring Bill’s trademark musical interludes, observations and stories of the road, Dandelion Mind will be based loosely on the theme of doubt (or will it?), as we follow Bill from his real-life saga of being trapped by the ash cloud, to his barely contained rants about celebrity, TV, creationism and Michael Winner. He demonstrates new instruments, both ancient and modern, he sings an internet love song, a lament about punk heroes, Iranian hip-hop, and plays a mean folk-bouzouki. Thomas the Doubter gets a new look, and Darwin’s curious obsessions and the myth of intelligent design are all worked over in Bailey’s own surreal style. He revisits the music of his youth, with a brand-new French Disco re-working of Gary Numan’s hit, Cars, played in his own inimitable way, and maybe some Wurzel-based remixes of classic German techno. Just your normal Bill Bailey gig, then. Recorded at Dublin’s O2 in October 2010. Available on DVD, Blu-ray and Download to Own.

“Comedy’s Mozart”
Sunday Times

2008 – 2009

BILL BAILEY’s Remarkable Guide To The Orchestra

Bill Bailey joins forces with the brilliantly versatile BBC Concert Orchestra and musical maestro Anne Dudley, one of the UK’s most celebrated composers and arrangers. The show is Bill’s own uniquely hilarious and irreverent guide to the sounds, styles, and instruments of the orchestra, with a wide and eclectic range of subjects, including music for 70’s cop shows, sci-fi films, horror movies, news themes, plus some of Bill’s own songs re-imagined for an orchestra, and including Anne’s own specially written new works.

Recorded at The Royal Albert Hall, London in October 2008. Available on DVD, Blu-ray and Download to Own.

“Wonderfully enjoyable…like driving a Rolls-Royce off-road.”
Stephen Fry



Instead of braving the elements by performing at festivals this year, Bill has decided to move indoors where the acoustics are better and the Tibetan Hat stalls are less frequent. Coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin’s seminal work, ‘On the Origin of Species’, Bill continues to provide the masses with his comedic take on the world, showing us all that he is really is one of a kind.

“Blissfully funny”
The London Times


BILL BAILEY – Tinselworm

From the imagination of Bill Bailey, experience Tinselworm – a visually stunning comedy and music extravaganza. It’s everything you expect from Bill, and more. Using huge screens, films and animation by award-winning film-maker Joe Magee, plus Bill’s trademark musical inventiveness and verbal brilliance, this is quite simply the most spectacular one-man comedy show ever staged in the UK.

Recorded at Wembley Arena, London in November 2007. Available on DVD and Download to Own.

“A comedian like no other…”
The Observer



Bill casts a whimsical eye over subjects such as celebrity and dutch hip-hop, and performs such diverse material as a jazz version of the Imperial March, and the Friends theme as played by Slayer.

“Rare comedic intellegence”
The Guardian



2004 saw Bill perform his hugely successful live show, Part Troll, to a massive 80,000 people following a series of added dates to this sell-out 52 date tour of the UK. A unique blend of the off-the-wall comedy and music for which Bill has become acclaimed, Part Troll tells how Bill’s native West Country accent cost him a part in Lord Of The Rings and why swimming with dolphins shouldn’t be on everyone’s list of ‘top 50 things to do before you die’. Bill also explains the real reasons for our poor rail network; fluff from Saturn, dragons and Gameboy Tetris, as well as provides an insight into what actually goes on during one of President Bush’s ‘briefings’.

Recorded at The Hammersmith Apollo, London in June 2004. Available on DVD and Download to Own.

“A masterpiece of high concept silliness”
The Guardian


BILL BAILEY – bewilderness


“The finest stand-up comedian this country has to offer…”
The Times


BILL BAILEY – Cosmic jam

In this classic show, Bill explains why Bryan Adams is perhaps the greatest ever exponent of the rock anthem, demonstrates the influence Cockney music has had on the great classical composers, and warns of the perils of a world ruled by insects, while playing the second biggest gong in Britain.

Recorded at The Bloomsbury Theatre, London in 1996. Available on DVD and Download to Own.

“Intelligent, inspired and often painfully funny”
Evening Standard