Bill Bailey to headline the Wychwood Festival 2013 at Cheltenham Racecourse
The mighty Bill Bailey is bringing his unique blend of comedy and music to the Wychwood Festival 2013 at Cheltenham Racecourse.
Combining musical mash-ups, multi-lingual riffs, philosophy and just plain silliness Bill has been unveiled as the Sunday headline mainstage act for this year's Wychwood Festival.
A comedian, musician and actor, Bill is best known for live shows Dandelion Mind, Tinselworm, Bewilderness and Part Troll.
He has also enjoyed huge success on television with programmes including Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Black Books.
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According to his website, Bill, who hails from the West Country began his entertainment career as a musician but soon felt the urge to 'slip jokes into the music.'
In the end it was a gig by poet John Hegley which finally inspired him to fuse the music, jokes and theatricality and become a stand-up comedian.
Headlining the Big Top stage on Sunday at Wychwood will be songstress Lucy Rose - hailed as one of the brightest stars to emerge on the British music scene in recent years.
The festival- now in its ninth year - takes place at Cheltenham Racecourse between May 31 and June 2 and provides the perfect festival experience for all ages.
On Saturday '80s supergroup The Human League are headlining.
Rappers Clement Marfo and The Frontline, as well as beat-driven, Newcastle pop tikes Shields have also been announced for the festival.
Indie-folk-five-piece Eliza and the Bear have all been confirmed to appear on the Smashing blouse stage in the Big Top over the course of the weekend.
Cementing Wychwood's position as the perfect family weekend away, CBeebies Ben Faulks a.k.a Mr Bloom will bring something for the 'tiddlers' when he brings his unmissable TV show to life live on stage while the Roald Dahl Museum & Story Telling Centre will return once again with their extensive workshop and activity programme.
Weekend and day tickets are on sale now and under-10s go free.