Tickets for Bill Bailey, 19-20 March 2018, King George's Hall, Blackburn £13.18 w/code @ Groupon
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Tickets for Bill Bailey, 19-20 March 2018, King George's Hall, Blackburn £13.18 w/code @ Groupon

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Found 10th Jan
CHEAP! Use code SURPRISE at checkout, ideal for a night out. pick up a cheap hotel and sorted

Not my fav Comedian but hope it helps some of you anyway

The Deal
  • £15.50 for one (1) general admission ticket to see Bill Bailey (up to 50% off)
  • When: 19-20 March 2018
  • Where: King George’s Hall, Northgate, Blackburn
  • Showtime: 8 p.m.
  • Dress code: Smart or smart casual
  • Seating: Reserved seating allocated upon arrival


Bill BaileyBill Bailey is an English comedian, musician, actor, TV and radio presenter and critically acclaimed author. His act, Larks in Transit, is a collection of travellers’ tales about the general shenanigans of his twenty years as a travelling comedian. With music, surreal tangents and trademark intelligence, Bill Bailey tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness.
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Reigan2 h, 17 m ago

-No since comedy is subjective, i do love him though.


I love him too, comedy is very subjective, some people seem to find Mrs Brown's Boys amusing, whereas I would rather peel my own eyeballs than be subjected to that.
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Am I the only person who doesn't find him at all funny?
neilm221 m ago

Am I the only person who doesn't find him at all funny?


Not you're not
neilm222 m ago

Am I the only person who doesn't find him at all funny?


Yes. ;-)
neilm223 m ago

Am I the only person who doesn't find him at all funny?


I saw him previously as tickets were bought as a present, was a total bore. He focuses more on surreal comedy as opposed to actual comedy. Kind of like the mighty boosh.
neilm225 m ago

Am I the only person who doesn't find him at all funny?


I love him, he's a musical genius. Seen him live twice now and both times I didn't want to leave Black Books was brilliant, but admittedly not for everyone, I didn't like it when I first watched it, revisited it when series 2 came out and couldn't stop.

Very surreal, much like Green wing. Loved Mark Heap in that!

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He's as funny as a fire in an orphanage. Good deal if you were going to buy anyway.
neilm2254 m ago

Am I the only person who doesn't find him at all funny?



-No since comedy is subjective, i do love him though.
Edited by: "Reigan" 10th Jan
You'd have to pay me a damn site more to go to Blackburn .
Super Bury FC .
Dodged a bullet this year and didn't get one of his dvds for Christmas
neilm223 h, 5 m ago

Am I the only person who doesn't find him at all funny?


No I don't like him either
Reigan2 h, 17 m ago

-No since comedy is subjective, i do love him though.


I love him too, comedy is very subjective, some people seem to find Mrs Brown's Boys amusing, whereas I would rather peel my own eyeballs than be subjected to that.
I paid £60 odd quid for my husband to see Bill Bailey in May, so this is a bargain! Heat added! By the way, comedy is entirely subjective.
Says the discount can't be applied
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Don't find him in the slightest funny.
I have No American genes as far as I know, maybe Dutch but that's pure speculation.
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kinemortophobia1 h, 14 m ago

I paid £60 odd quid for my husband to see Bill Bailey in May, so this is a …I paid £60 odd quid for my husband to see Bill Bailey in May, so this is a bargain! Heat added! By the way, comedy is entirely subjective.




Sure, totally agree. However there are less expensive ways of getting rid of your husband for the night. Think Neil Diamond Live at the Apollo, Barnsley.
See Bill at Hammersmith Apollo last year. Brilliant.
deleted133685710th Jan

Sure, totally agree. However there are less expensive ways of getting rid …Sure, totally agree. However there are less expensive ways of getting rid of your husband for the night. Think Neil Diamond Live at the Apollo, Barnsley.


Hahaha
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