The Shouty Woman

November 20, 2006

I Love Bill Bailey

Filed under: Feminism,Random — by Lucy @ 2:21 pm

My boyfriend and I spent last night at this event, a benefit for the Greater London Domestic Violence Project. The best bit of a  fabulous line-up was Bill Bailey, who was already pretty amazing in my view but has just been elevated to god status. He’s hilarious, he plays any musical instrument you can throw at him AND he supports an anti- domestic violence charity. What’s not to like? (Note to Americans etc who may not have heard of him: he’s a comedian/ musician. Check out his website).

I hadn’t heard of the GLDVP before last night, but they do some really important work. As 1 in 4 women experience some form of domestic violence, and one incidence is reported to the police every minute,  organisations like this are vital.

Sorry for all these small, boring posts – I’ll write something more substantial when inspiration strikes!

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6 Comments »

  1. I love Bill Bailey too – so gutted they are not making any more Black Books. I saw his Part Troll tour and it was hilarious. Also say Dylan Moran back in June and he was very disappointing – uninspired and too drunk.

    Comment by laura — November 21, 2006 @ 1:44 am |Reply

  2. I really like Bill Bailey too and thought he found a great role on Black Books.

    He was also good on “Never Mind the Buzzcocks”.

    Comment by Melinda Casino — November 21, 2006 @ 2:23 am |Reply

  3. Hey thanks! I’m a long time reader of your blog – glad you enjoyed the show – we were pretty chuffed that Bill agreed tp support us.

    Comment by Davina — November 22, 2006 @ 7:44 am |Reply

  4. Laura – I agree about Dylan Moran, have always found him smug and not very funny.

    Davina – thanks! It’s nice to know I have long-time readers. Well done for the show – we had a great time. Hope it raised lots of money…

    Comment by Lucy — November 22, 2006 @ 10:02 am |Reply

  5. “Won’t you come home Bill Bailey…won’t you come home…”

    Comment by belledame222 — November 25, 2006 @ 4:22 pm |Reply

  6. That may be where he got his name – I know it’s a pseudonym.

    Comment by Lucy — November 28, 2006 @ 2:20 pm |Reply


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