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Brian Bailey
Brian Bailey

Born in Belfast, 1954. Travelled the world for five years on cruise ships before jumping ship to relax on Bondi beach for a few years before moving to Darwin. Published Rhyming doodles in 1993 and toured the Adelaide Festival in 1994. Wrote and performed a one man play for the Darwin theatre company. Brian returned to Belfast in 1998 and regularly performs at Arcadia café.

A Duodenal Ulster by Brian Bailey
The Freudian Slipnot says
If it's not six of one,
it's half a dozen of the other
and if it's not God's fault,
then it must be your mammies.

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