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Dont Forget: Bruce Dickinson Speaking Tour THIS MONTH!


Touching down this month will be one of rock and roll’s most captivating icons in Iron Maiden frontman, BRUCE DICKINSON. Embarking on the Australian leg of his International speaking tour, Dickinson will deliver compelling excerpts from his autobiography ‘What Does This Button Do?’alongside slides and a Q&A with fans.

Armed only with his humour, charm and a simple slide show, Bruce Dickinson offers an intimate idea of ​​his dazzling life. There are diligent jack of all trades and creatively exuberant entrepreneurs. And then there’s Bruce Dickinson – who plays in his own league – Aftonbladet newspaper, Sweden

Bruce Dickinson is a superstar… When you dig deeper, you find that his tremendous sense of humour facilitates the telling of an epic story. This man has an enormous heart and fighting spirit.” – Copenhagen Post newspaper, Denmark

 “Bruce Dickinson is an eager man, devoted to exploring and learning new things ….a fantastic storyteller” – Radiorock, Bauer Media, Norway

 “Dickinson isn’t your garden variety heavy metal legend…he is arguably THE metal legend – Noisey

There are of course stories from his high-octane Iron Maiden performances, but the polymath also details his undertakings as a military veteran, aviation entrepreneur, air pilot, author, beer brewer, actor, radio presenter, and Olympic-level fencer. Beyond all of these accolades and experiences, Dickinson also speaks openly about his recent battle with tongue cancer.

Following on from dates in the EU – having just hit Norway, Sweden, and Copenhagen last month – Bruce Dickinson will be telling some amazing stories of highs, lows, and everything in between. Every ticket comes with a signed copy of the autobiography, and access to a night of laughs and inspiration alike.

Tickets are still available for all shows! 



Thursday 18th October – Enmore Theatre (All Ages)


Friday 19th October – Palais Theatre (All Ages)


Sunday 21st October – Llewellyn Hall (All Ages)


Tuesday 23rd October – Civic Theatre (All Ages)


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


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