BILL BAILEY:
Thoughtifier

With his trademark musical stylings and characteristic wit, Bill returns with a new show, Thoughtifier.

A Bohm Presents Production

BILL BAILEY:  ~Thoughtifier~
BILL BAILEY:  ~Thoughtifier~

#A journey through the error-strewn history of human thought.

thoughtifier 

noun

1. an intriguing device that can amplify the thoughts of a curious mind using music, channelled through a human instrument, known as Bill Bailey
2. (colloquial) a person resembling Bill Bailey 

At a point in our evolution when it seems as if we’re sleepwalking into a world where humans might be redundant, and much of what we do, can be done better and more efficiently by machines, what better time to celebrate our own flawed humanity.

And what better guide to lead us than Bill.. to take us on a jaunt through the error-strewn, distracted, crumb-festooned, sometimes magnificent history of human thought, and how it might help us survive in this brave new world. A magical, musical mystery tour of the human mind, Along with some other pressing matters about whales, biophilia, and unrequited love and other thoughts. Amplified With Music.

Welcome to Thoughtifier!

Thursday 21 November - 8:00pm


Premium $109.90
A Reserve $99.90
B Reserve $89.90
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Comedy, Music


135mins with 20mins interval

An ability to open his mouth and spontaneously say something hysterically funny.

The Guardian

He is on irresistible form.

The Telegraph

Superb stand-up.

Time Out

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Acknowledgement
of country

Empire Theatres acknowledges the Traditional Custodians, the Giabal, Jarowair and Western Wakka Wakka people, where we work and present stories. We would like to pay respect to the Elders, past and present and to all First Nations people.

Artwork: Kim Walmsley

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