En Route to Normal | Arena Tour 2021
£50.40, £47.60, £44.80, £39.20
Prices include a 12% booking feePlease refer to our Bag Policy HERE ahead of your visit.
Tickets on sale Friday 9 October, 10am.
Following a forced touring hiatus due to the global pandemic, Bill Bailey is delighted to announce his long awaited return to the live stage. “The finest stand-up comedian this country has to offer,” (The Times) Bill will be bringing his brand new live show EN ROUTE TO NORMAL to UK arenas in December 2021.
Kicking off in Plymouth on 12 December 2021, his new live tour will see Bill perform in Bournemouth, Cardiff, Leeds, Hull, Newcastle, Birmingham, Manchester and Nottingham, before wrapping things up at London’s Wembley Arena on 26 December 2021.
How did we get here? How do we find our way through this? And exactly who are we again?
In Bill’s new show, EN ROUTE TO NORMAL, Bill ponders this and other questions that this moment in history has thrown up, and tries to see a way through the strange unreality of our new world. Tracing lines through chaotic moments in history, Bill seeks out parallels where human resilience and our ability to endure has got us through times of strife.
He recounts his own experiences of dealing with isolation, including his thoughts on the ‘sounds of lockdown’. This led to a greater appreciation of birdsong and how the natural music of nature in general has inspired many great composers throughout history, and perhaps led to the creation of music itself. Our reliance on technology has inspired Bill himself to create dance remixes of video-calling ringtones.
Through music, songs, and memories, Bill considers our changing priorities, the wonder of dogs, how little things can keep you on track and rhapsodises on his new-found love of skydiving.
In a show who’s title Bill had written before we’d even heard of COVID, EN ROUTE TO NORMAL has become not just a funny, heartwarming mix of stories, music and history, but a personal mission to find our way through these Strange Times!
"Bailey is a joy to behold! «««« " The Evening Standard
"Still one of the funniest and most brilliantly original comedians around." The Telegraph
"Hilarious, unmissable... leaves you gasping." The Sunday Times
Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times.