Bill Bailey 2024 Australia Tour

Bill Bailey
Our eclectic team of writers from around Australia – and a couple beyond – with decades of combined experience and interest in all fields.

UK comedy sensation Bill Bailey enjoyed a hugely successful run of shows on our shores in 2022 – now he’s returning with his trademark musical stylings and characteristics.

His brand-new show, ‘Thoughtifier’, will kick off in Geelong late this October, wrapping up in Brisbane in late November.

The comedian, musician and actor is best-known for his film and television work – including ‘Never Mind The Buzzcocks’, ‘QI’, ‘In The Long Run’ created by Idris Elba, and the award-winning Black Books. Bill won ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ in 2020, and was also the host of the first season of NZ hit comedy panel show ‘Patriot Brains’. He also lent his voice to the animated film adaption of children’s book ‘Dragonkeeper’.

Closer to home, Bill’s four-part ABCTV series ‘Bill Bailey’s Wild West Australia’ received outstanding reviews last year.

So. . . ‘Thoughtifier’. What does it mean, exactly?

1. an intriguing device that can amplify the thoughts of a curious mind using music, channelled through a human instrument, known as Bill Bailey
2. (colloquial) a person resembling Bill Bailey

It’s the perfect time to celebrate the human experience, and flawed humanity. A time when humans might seem redundant, and when so much of what we do can be done better by machines. And Bill is the perfect person to guide us through the jaunt through the error-strewn, distracted, crumb-festooned and sometimes magnificent history of human thought.

‘Thoughtifier’ is a magical, musical mystery tour of the human mind.

Tickets are on sale 21 May at 9am.

Bill Bailey 2024 Australia Tour

24 October – Costa Hall (Geelong)
26 October – Wollongong WIN Entertainment Centre
27 October – Royal Theatre (Canberra)
30 October – Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
31 October – Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
2 November – Riverside Theatre (Perth)
6 November – AEC Theatre (Adelaide)
9 November – Princess Theatre (Launceston)
10 November – Wrest Point Entertainment Centre (Hobart)
13 November – John Cain Arena (Melbourne)
16 November – ICC Theatre (Sydney)
17 November – Coliseum Theatre (Sydney)
19 November – Newcastle Entertainment Centre
21 November – Empire Theatre (Toowoomba)
22 November – Star Theatre (Gold Coast)
23 November – Brisbane Convention Centre

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