Cutty Sark Spectacular with Bill Bailey | A Celebration of 150 Years | SOLD OUT


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Sunday 15 December 2019 | Doors Open 6.50pm | Show Starts 7.30pm
£35 - £49
Cutty Sark
Cutty Sark Lates

Bill Bailey comes to the ship for an evening of music and comedy to celebrate Cutty Sark's 150th year.

Join us for a special celebration for Cutty Sark's 150th birthday year. This evening promises to be a special treat for an extremely limited number of audience members. Bill will welcome a selection of musical special guests to the stage in the stunning space beneath the ship, before topping it all off with an extended set of his own hilarious material.

This is a rare opportunity to see one of our nation's greatest comedians at one of our nation's greatest landmarks.

Join us to celebrate this great ship's birthday with this evening of laughter and musical merriment.


Bill Bailey is a well-loved British musical comedian, and has been seen on such TV shows as QI, Black Books, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Hustle, Spaced and Have I Got News For You but is best known for his solo comedy shows which tour internationally.

Fred Snow and his band are stalwarts and saviours of the London underground music and cabaret scene. Fred is booked internationally to perform alongside such names as Nile Rogers and Brian Ferry, and was featured on the soundtrack of the Academy Award winning film, The Theory of Everything.

Nina Harries is a double bassist and vocalist, whose sound blends the mythic with the modern. Her performances take her to far flung places, and she is returning to London from touring for one night only to play for us.

Joe Wilkes is highly regarded on the live London folk scene as a skillful songwriter and a moving storyteller, with a genuine relatability which can't be faked.

This special event is made possible with the kind support of MJE Productions.