Comedy musician Bill Bailey has announced a series of extra shows for his live tour and is now set to take to the stage at Wycombe Swan.

Pronounced by The Guardian Guide as “approaching the status of national treasure” and hailed by The Times as being “at the top of his game”, the renowned comic has announced 36 extra dates to his 2018 tour Larks in Transit.

Fifty thousand extra UK tickets have now gone on sale, including for his visit to High Wycombe on Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16, 2018.

Larks in Transit is described as a compendium of travellers’ tales and the general shenanigans of twenty years as a travelling comedian.

With musical virtuosity, surreal tangents and trademark intelligence, Bill Bailey tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness.

Plus, he fashions a symphony from a ringtone, tells the real story of Old McDonald and re-imagines the Stars and Stripes.

Two decades of touring larks from a comic described by The Telegraph as “the brainiest comic of his generation.”

As well as his regular appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Bill’s television portfolio includes three series of the hit black comedy Black Books (C4) in which he played the increasingly deranged ex-accountant Manny Bianco opposite fellow comic Dylan Moran, acclaimed comedy Spaced (C4), Is It Bill Bailey? (BBC2) and Bill Bailey Live (C4).

He appeared in the comedy drama serial Jonathan Creek (BBC1) as well as the edgy teen drama Skins (C4). Bill has guest hosted the satirical panel show, Have I Got News for You (BBC1) and can be seen as a regular panellist on QI (BBC1).

This summer, in memory of his mother who he lost to bowel cancer in 2005, Bill walked The Ridgeway Walk in support of Stand Up To Cancer, a charity very close to Bill’s heart.

Joined by a number of his closest pals, Bill trekked the 100-mile route from Bedfordshire to Wiltshire in just over six days at the end of June and has so far raised over £9,000.

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