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Bi Bi Baileigh
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Bi Bi Baileigh

The plans you've been stuck on may not be the plans that fit you best...

“A husband, some kids, a few animals and a quaint little cottage just south of the A35.” That's all veterinary student Baileigh has ever wanted. Until a one-night stand makes him question the future he's always had his heart on...

Bi Bi Baileigh is a “heart warming”, Comedic Essex story about the navigation of love and how the plans you've been stuck on may not be the plans that fit you best. 

Following its sold out run at the Harlow Playhouse and Brighton Pride 2022 run, Bailiegh is back and making his London Debut. 

CAST & CREATIVES

Written and Performed by Isaac Verrall 

Directed by Izzy Edwards 
Assistant Directed by Leo Shepherd  
Produced by Madison Parker 
Co Produced & Production Managed by Jess Smith 

Lighting Design by Craig West

Stage Managed by Thomas Fielding 

In Association with The 5 O’Clock Club and Supported by the Harlow Playhouse Trust

Ticket Price

£15.00 - £25.50

WHEN

15th August - 10th September

WHERE

King's Head Theatre

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REVIEWS

“Audience found him inspirational”  Your Harlow 

“Isaac painted so many believable scenes”   Your Harlow

YOUR VISIT

This production runs for approximately 50 minutes with no interval.

We will have printed versions of the script in folders to hand if people require them for access reasons.

Bi Bi Baileigh is part of the Boys! Boys! Boys! Festival. From bad boys to bi-boys, biographies to bodies, 5 shows at Kings Head Theatre take masculinity into a whole new light. 2nd August - 10th September.


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