Gary Bainbridge

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Gary Bainbridge is a columnist for the Daily Mirror[1] and writer for the Liverpool Echo. Previously, he was a columnist and writer for the now defunct Liverpool Daily Post.[2]

He also writes sketches and sitcoms; his sitcom Bunk Beds (working title) has been optioned[3] by Retort and Shelf Life (co-written with Griff Phillips) was recently performed at The Canal Cafe Theatre as part of their Radio Rejects season.[4] A number of his sketches feature on Britain's Got People.[5]

In 2012 he wrote a book titled The Man With The Complicated Voucher.[6] An article regarding tips using social media platform Twitter featured a relationship involving Jim DeBerry and Bainbridge in tip number 15.[7] In 2013 he wrote a book titled A Snid Of Milk.[8]


  1. ^ Gary Bainbridge, Daily Mirror, retrieved 11 August 2014 
  2. ^ Liverpool Daily Post Blog "The Number of the Beast; Gary Bainbridge" 13 September 2012.
  3. ^ September 2012
  4. ^ PBJ Management "PBJ Management CV" 2012.
  5. ^ Britain's Got People "Britain's Got People' 2012.
  6. ^ Gary Bainbridge Website "Gary Bainbridge Website" 2012.
  7. ^ Aqua Magazine by Matt Giovanisci | December 4, 2012 8:45 AM "15 Twitter Tips From Industry Pros " 2012.
  8. ^ Gary Bainbridge Website "Gary Bainbridge Website" 2013.