Bill Bailey Limboland
Don’t be in limbo about getting Bill Bailey Limboland as this comedy favourite returns to the West End
Celebrated Comedian Bill Bailey arrives for a four week long residency at the Vaudeville Theatre over the Christmas period.
Hot off the back of an extensive tour, Bill Bailey (Black Books, Hot Fuzz) brings his acclaimed Limboland tour to London for a sizeable residency.
Limboland is Bailey’s latest work and the show focuses on “the gap between how we imagine our lives to be and how they really are” aka what do we say we do and experience vs the reality of what we actually do and experience.
As part of his set, Bailey regales several whimsical anecdotes from his many global travels, including a somewhat disastrous family trip to Norway to see the Northern Lights.
Ultimately in Limboland, Bailey “rails against a world that doesn’t match up to our expectations” whilst contemplating the true nature of happiness.
Of course a Bill Bailey show would not be the same without a musical element and Limboland is no disappointment. In this show, Bailey delivers a protest song, a country and western ballad played on a bible plus a “fabulously downbeat” version of Happy Birthday. Let the laughter begin!
Limboland runs at the Vaudeville Theatre from the 14th December 2015 to the 10th January 2016. The show plays nightly from 8pm and lasts approximately 2 hours. The show will not run on the 24th or 25th December 2015 and the 1st January 2016.
Limboland is not suitable for children and may contain some mild adult themes and language.