Downton's dub step
IS IT possible ever to have enough of Bill Bailey? Apparently Cheltenham fans don't think so as the madcap comic makes his third appearance here this year.
Hugely popular, Bill has already sold out for his Town Hall gig on Tuesday, but many would already have seen him there in May or perhaps at the Wychwood festival in the summer.
His show, Qualmpeddler, sees him channel his feelings of unease and apprehension towards the modern world.
It also includes a lot of music, which is both Bill's passion and one of his talents.
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Born Mark Bailey, he was given the nickname Bill by one of his teachers because he played the song Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey so well on the guitar.
Initially a highly academic pupil, Bill decided that music was his first love and spent all of his spare time playing for his band.
The multi-talented Bill also excelled at sport, leading the sing-songs on the coach on the way home from rugby matches.
It's enough to make anyone green with envy but Bill exudes a persona like everyone's favourite although somewhat eccentric uncle, making him impossible to dislike.
He has become a household name on such programmes as Have I Got News For You, QI and Never Mind the Buzzcocks, all of which he has been a regular panel member.
Also a consummate actor, Bill has appeared as a grumpy bookshop owner in the Channel 4 sitcom Black Books, and has also presented several wildlife programmes, another of his passions.
During his show, he will be performing with the help of Religious Dubstep, his folk bouzouki, Horntallica, a re-appraisal of some of the world's greatest works of art and perhaps a dub version of Downton Abbey.
He also examines the consequences of telling lies and inexplicably the hiding skills of dentists. Who knew?
Musical mash-ups, multi-lingual riffs, philosophising and silliness eloquently sum up a Bill Bailey show and there is no reason to presume this will be any different.
The show starts at 8pm.