For the first time, you will be able to enjoy Bill's debut live stand up show - Cosmic Jam, filmed at The Bloomsbury Theatre London. In this classic show, Bill explains why Bryan Adams is perhaps the greatest ever exponent of the rock anthem, demonstrates the influence Cockney music has had on the great classical composers, and warns of the perils of a world ruled by insects, while playing the second biggest gong in Britain.
Live from Dublin, Dandelion Mind finds Bill pondering the theme of doubt - or does he? This stunning new show is his best yet, with inspired rants about celebrity, TV, creationism and Michael Winner. Bill shares new instruments, sings an internet love song, a brilliant punk lament and a truly unmissable French disco remix of Gary Numan’s Cars.
Where else within one extraordinary show could you hear Saint-Saens’ The Swan performed on Alpine cow bells, the Panorama theme played backwards, a Cockney take on Beethoven or the most glorious Belgian jazz spoof of the Dr. Who theme? Bill Bailey’s Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra is a hilariously irreverent musical abundance of the surreal, the witty and the downright inspired. Recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall with the magnificent and versatile BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Anne Dudley, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this brilliantly comic new show.
Bill Bailey Bewilderness - for the first time, the comedian captured live who has played to packed houses and critical acclaim in theatres and festivals around the world.
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