Bill Bailey extends Larks in Transit tour into 2019, get tickets

Bill Bailey extends Larks in Transit tour into 2019, get tickets

Surreal comedian to perform in arenas across the country next year

Bill Bailey has extended his Larks In Transit tour, with a run of arena dates in 2019. Tickets for the shows go on sale at 10am on Thu 14 Jun.

The long-hair surrealist, known for his ambitious stage productions, musical talent and appearances on TV shows like Black Books, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Q.I, is one of the most recognisable faces in British comedy.

Larks In Transit sees Bailey on topical, satirical form, musing over 20 years in the entertainment industry and on the current political climate in the country.

The new run of arena tour dates kicks off Hull Arena on Thu 9 May, and finishes at Bournemouth International Centre on Tue 11 Jun. In between there are massive gigs in Glasgow and Edinburgh, Birmingham and Manchester, and a double header at Bath and Wells Showground on Thu 16 and Fri 17 May.

Bill Bailey UK tour dates 2019:
Thu 9 May – Hull Arena
Fri 10 May – Manchester Arena
Sat 11 May – Steel Hall, Sheffield
Thu 16 May – Bath and Wells Showground, Shepton Mallet
Fri 17 May – Bath and Wells Showground, Shepton Mallet
Sat 18 May – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Thu 23 May – Arena Birmingham
Fri 24 May – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Sat 25 May – Liverpool Arena
Thu 30 May – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Sat 1 Jun – AECC, Aberdeen
Wed 5 Jun – Leicester Arena
Thu 6 Jun – Derby Arena
Fri 7 Jun – First Direct Arena, Leeds
Sat 8 Jun – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Tue 11 Jun – Bournemouth International Centre

Tickets for Bill Bailey go on sale at 10am on Thu 14 Jun.

Bill Bailey: Larks in Transit

The master of surreality tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness in his latest show. His musical interludes include fashioning a symphony from a ringtone and re-imagining the Stars and Stripes.


1. Alan Ware MBE30 Dec 2018, 11:57am Report

I am nearly 85 years. I have seen many many comics from the great Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Max Miller, Max Bygraves etc etc but Bill Bailey is the funniest one of them all. He is great and want to see him again if I can ever get tickets.

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