After the 2016 sell-out tour, Larks in Transit, Bill returns to Australia and New Zealand in September this year 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.
THE PRESALE IS HAPPENING AS OF NOW, FOLKS, UNTIL MON 4 JUNE 5PM (local time)
Today we’re announcing a West End run of Bill’s current live show, Larks In Transit.
Bill will delight comedy fans when he takes up residence once again at London’s Wyndham’s Theatre in the heart of the West End, having last performed there during a sell out run of his show Dandelion Mind back in 2010.
Larks In Transit will be at Wyndham’s Theatre from Monday 3 December 2018 to Saturday 5 January 2019, tickets for which go on general sale 10.00am Thursday 26 April 2018 but here is a priority on-sale link for you to have a head start right now.
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, Bill tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness. Plus, he fashions a symphony from a ringtone, tells the real story of Old MacDonald and re-imagines the Stars and Stripes. Two decades of touring larks from a comic described by The Telegraph as “the brainiest comic of his generation.”
Bill is set to bring a dusting of festive spirit to the capital for five nights this December with his live show ‘CHRISTMAS LARKS!’ A very special preview of his forthcoming tour show ‘Larks In Transit’, ‘CHRISTMAS LARKS!’ will feature everything you’d expect from a Bill Bailey live show, with an added festive twist.
For a chance to see the wonderful Bill Bailey in an intimate setting, trying out new material for his upcoming tour ‘Larks in Transit’.
7 Nov — 22 Nov – Tickets are £15 and are available HERE
Tonight BB features on the first in a new series of QI at 10pm on BBC Two (except Northern Ireland… 23.05 for you). Sandi Toksvig looks at some Ologies with Bill, Phill Jupitus, Claudia Winkleman and Alan Davies.
Bill Bailey has announced a 2018 tour entitle Larks In Transit.
The show promises to be a collection of ‘travellers’ tales’ from his 20 years as a touring comedian.
So far 51 dates have been announced, kicking off in Coventry on January 29 and ending in Peterborough on June 9. Tickets are on sale now.
Bill will be bringing his new show Larks In Transit to New Zealand and Australia later this year and we have presale links for you!
Tickets will be going on sale to the general public on Tuesday 12 July 9am (local times) so get in quick to avoid a dose of disappointment.
Bill will be touring his Limboland show from October 2015. 48 UK dates will be going on public sale this Friday, although those subscribing to the newsletter will receive a pre-sale link later on today, enabling them to get tickets straight away.
If you’d like the link and aren’t already a newsletter subscriber, sign up HERE
If you’re thinking of taking a European city break in May, you may want to coincide it with Bill’s tour of the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Austria, Norway…
Last night’s Royal Television Society West of England Awards 2014 saw Bill Bailey’s Jungle Hero win awards for best Specialist Factual Programme, best Special Effects & Graphics, with Bill also winning best Male On-Screen Talent. Congratulations to Bill and everyone who worked on the programmes.