Excellent show, a big improvement on Tinselworm. Bailey is one of those comedians who is able to have a pre-arranged routine he can fall back on in any location, but can introduce local material and successfully interact with the audience in a brilliant way.
It’s a show with a nice mixture of stories, one-liners, music and sheer insanity with the artist never staying on one type for two long, part of his charm. Of particular note is a brief musical interlude played with a Japanese tenori-on, a relatively new electronic musical instrument.
In terms of the actual humor, Bailey takes his shots at public figures (my favourite being a dig at former Australian PM Kevin Rudd. Who ever heard of a head of state called Kevin?) but most of it is more skewed views of everyday situations that Bailey does brilliantly.
DVD out for Christmas. Recommended.