He’s been given the green light from immigration, and now UK comedian Bill Bailey is set to return to Australia with his brand-new show ‘En Route To Normal’.
Bill last graced our shores in 2018 with ‘Earl Of Whimsy’. He’s a frequent visitor to Australia, with this being the seventh show he’s brought to us. In his new show, Bill will ponder questions such as ‘how did we get here?’, ‘how do we find our way through this?’ And ‘who are we again?’. . . All valid questions after the year that was 2020, but the show was named before we’d even heard of COVID-19, so Bill’s ahead of the curve!
‘En Route To Normal’ is a heartwarming mix of stories, music and history, as well as a personal mission to find the way through these strange times.
Bill considers our changing priorities, the wonder of dogs, how little things can keep you on track, and rhapsodies on his newfound love of skydiving.
The comedian will also recount his experiences in isolation, ruminating the ‘sounds of lockdown’ which led to a greater understanding of birdsong – and audiences can also expect to hear about how our reliance on technology has inspired Bill himself to create dance remix of video-calling ringtones.
With a trademark blend of satire and surrealism, stories and jokes, crowd sing-alongs, weird instruments and musical showstoppers, Bill Bailey’s ‘En Route To Normal’ tour is set to be everything the world has come to love about him.
Bill Bailey 2021 Australia Tour Dates
23 October – Empire Theatre (Toowoomba) 25 October – Queensland Performing Arts Centre 28 October – Events Centre Caloundra 29 October – Star Theatre (Gold Coast) 31 October – Mandurah Performing Arts Centre 1 November – Riverside Theatre (Perth) 5 November – Thebarton Theatre (Adelaide) 8 November – Princess Theatre (Launceston) 9 November – Wrest Point Entertainment Centre (Hobart) 12 November – Ulumbarra Theatre (Bendigo) 13 November – Costa Hall (Geelong) 14 November – Ballarat Civic Hall 15 November – Palais Theatre (Melbourne) 19 November – Wollongong Town Hall 23 November – State Theatre (Sydney) 27 November – Canberra Royal Theatre 28 November – Newcastle Civic Theatre