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Bruce Dickinson Australian Tour 2018

Posted Aug. 5, 2018, 10:01 a.m. in Tours by T
Bruce Dickinson Australian Tour 2018

If Andrew W.K.’s empowering message is not inspiring enough to become a more ambitious being that is trying to escape the confines of fate, the following gentleman and grande ole dame of NWOBHM shall win you over:

Touted as a spoken word event of epic proportions, Bruce Dickinson’s “What does this button do?” tour leads him down under, where the man will share stories from the couple of lives he has only been leading as the outspoken frontman of Iron Maiden, but even more interestingly as a commercial airline pilot, entrepreneur, beer brewer, writer, author, presenter, fencer and overall renaissance man.

Promoting his autobiography which lends the tour its name, the evening will culminate in a Q&A session and attendants will received a copy of his signed life in book form.


SYDNEY: Thursday 18th October – Enmore Theatre (All Ages) 

MELBOURNE: Friday 19th October – Palais Theatre (All Ages) 

CANBERRA: Sunday 21st October – Llewellyn Hall (All Ages) 

NEWCASTLE: Tuesday 23rd October – Civic Theatre (All Ages)

BRISBANE: Wednesday 24th October – Eatons Hill Hotel (All Ages) 

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