- Bill Bailey..(he's on tour, did you know?)
ohhh harsh 😉
I like him, you might not, that’s what make the world go round.
Thinking about it, very few comics seem to be able to do a routine without resorting to swearing, for comic effect (it can be funny).
Saw Eddie Izzard earlier in the year, and though he was good, I didn’t laugh half as much as last night.Posted 4 years ago
Watched his Qualmpeddler show last night in Brum, excellent entertainment. The audience participation had him in bits, very funny all round, I am a fan though…
I almost missed out, so just a minor PSA to say his show is on tour and looking at the updates, not all show are sold out yet.Posted 4 years ago
a little over 2hrs, we went into injury time though, but that did include a 10 minute break. Seemed longer (in a good way). If you go to Symphony hall, I’d recommend trying for the side seats (hmm just checking only circle/upper circle & Grand tier look to have any free) even over the main floor seating, looked to have a better view/space. Having booked late the ‘gods’ (GT) did little for my acrophobia.Posted 4 years agorepomanMember
Saw the show earlier this year, between the audience and him collapsing with laughter we kept the Korean army marching to the MoTD theme tune going for about 20 minutes ;~) Absolutely love the fact that while he could sell out the local arena, he did 2 nights in a theatre instead; I wouldn’t have gone otherwise.
Worth the price of the ticket just to see Horntallica live!Posted 4 years agojoatSubscriber
Turns out I did know 😉 I too saw him in Nottingham. Very good, no guffawing but after a while you realise your jaw aches from laughing inwardly. I’m also glad it was at a theatre rather than the ice stadium, you might as well buy a DVD if you want to watch someone on a screen and at least you wouldn’t have the annoying half second delay from what’s happening on the stage. I’m getting as grumpy as Mr Bailey.Posted 4 years ago
The topic ‘Bill Bailey..(he's on tour, did you know?)’ is closed to new replies.