Stephen Bailey – Crass

8:00 pm, Thursday 29th February, 2024

Oxford - Old Fire Station

8:00 pm, Friday 1st March, 2024

Birmingham - MAC

8:00 pm, Saturday 2nd March, 2024

Bath - Burdell's Yard

8:00 pm, Sunday 3rd March, 2024

Exeter - Phoenix

8:00 pm, Monday 4th March, 2024

Guildford - The Boileroom

8:00 pm, Friday 8th March, 2024

Bradford - Alhambra Studio

7:30 pm, Saturday 9th March, 2024

Cardiff - Chapter Arts

7:30 pm, Thursday 14th March, 2024

York - The Crescent

8:00 pm, Friday 15th March, 2024

Knaresborough - Frazer Theatre

8:00 pm, Saturday 16th March, 2024

Leeds - Old Woollen

7:30 pm, Thursday 21st March, 2024

Liverpool - Royal Court

8:00 pm, Friday 22nd March, 2024

Chorley - Theatre

8:00 pm, Tuesday 26th March, 2024

Edinburgh - Stand Comedy Club

8:00 pm, Wednesday 27th March, 2024

Glasgow - Stand Comedy Club

8:00 pm, Thursday 28th March, 2024

Newcastle - Stand Comedy Club

8:00 pm, Thursday 4th April, 2024

Sheffield - Leadmill

8:00 pm, Friday 5th April, 2024

Salford - Lowry

8:00 pm, Saturday 6th April, 2024

Halifax - Victoria Theatre

8:00 pm, Saturday 13th April, 2024

Leicester - The Y Theatre

8:00 pm, Thursday 18th April, 2024

Brighton - Komedia

8:00 pm, Friday 19th April, 2024

Cambridge - Junction

8:00 pm, Saturday 20th April, 2024

Southend - Palace Theatre Dixon Studio

8:00 pm, Thursday 25th April, 2024

Bristol - Hen & Chicken

8:00 pm, Friday 26th April, 2024

Andover - Lights

7:30 pm, Saturday 27th April, 2024

London - Bloomsbury Theatre

8:00 pm, Thursday 2nd May, 2024

Nottingham - Metronome

Saturday 4th May, 2024

Machynlleth - Comedy Festival

7:30 pm, Sunday 19th May, 2024

Manchester - Frog & Bucket

7:30 pm, Saturday 25th May, 2024

Liverpool - Royal Court

85 mins

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Stephen Bailey – Crass

Star of BBC’s Live at the Apollo & Would I Lie To You?, comedian and TV’s Stephen

Bailey makes a very welcome return to the stage with his brand new live show,


From a working-class background in Manchester, six years working at Sainsbury’s,

many a carvery and putting his hometown Denton on the map, a lot has changed for

Stephen who is five years deep into a relationship, bought a home, become an uncle

and climbed his way to the middle of the showbiz ladder – proving why he’s much

more than a crass act.

Stephen has appeared on shows including Coronation St (ITV), Tipping Point Lucky

Stars (ITV), Richard Osman’s House of Games (BBC), Unbreakable (BBC) and

presented shows including Celebs on the Farm (C5) and Takeshi’s Castle (Comedy


“He’s an arch-bitch with a winning smile, everyone’s favourite gay best friend. Bailey’s confident, funny and suitably rude” The Reviews Hub

“Bailey has a natural chemistry with his audience and this is where he truly comes into his own” Broadway Baby

“A natural talent for making audiences laugh” Metro

“A rising star” The Sun

“A guilty pleasure” Daily Record

“Stephen’s show was hilarious from the first line, and for the whole performance, I

don’t think a single joke died” Voice Magazine