WED 17 - FRI 19 FEB @ 8PM

General Admission: $79.90
Multi Night Ticket: $179.90 (SOLD OUT)
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HANDSOME TOURS, the promoter of BILLY BRAGG has regretfully advised that this event has been rescheduled.


NEW DATES: WED 17 – FRI 19 FEB 2021

“Because of everything that is going on in the world right now, I have no choice but to postpone my April-May Tour of Australia and New Zealand.

However, thanks to some speedy work by my team over there, we’ve able to reschedule all dates for January – February 2021. Of course I’d love to see you sooner, but right now, we all need to concentrate on doing what we can to support each other through this crisis.

More details can be found at [] I’m really looking forward to seeing you all, but until then, stay safe and take care of each other “

All tickets purchased for the original dates will be honoured for the rescheduled dates. If you are unable to attend the new dates, you will receive a full refund. Please contact our Box Office on [email protected] and provide your Transaction Number.

——— To avoid disappointment we strongly recommend against purchasing tickets from a third party.

Tickets purchased from a third party may be fraudulent and you will not be admitted to the event.

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Handsome Tours is thrilled to announce that Billy Bragg will be returning for a very special tour entitled “One Step Forward. Two Steps Back.” In each city Bragg will perform three unique shows on consecutive nights.


Career Spanning Billy Bragg Set


Songs From First Three Albums

‘Life’s a Riot with Spy Vs Spy’ (1983)

‘Brewing Up with Billy Bragg (1984)’

‘Talking with the Taxman about Poetry’ (1986)


Songs From Second Three Albums

‘Workers Playtime’ (1988)

‘Don’t Try This at Home’ (1991)

‘William Bloke’ (1996)

The first night’s performance will feature Bragg’s current set, which ranges across his 35 year career. The second will see Bragg perform songs from his first three albums: his punk rock debut Life’s a Riot with Spy Vs Spy (1983), its similarly raw follow-up Brewing Up with Billy Bragg (1984) and Talking with the Taxman about Poetry (1986). The third performance will see Bragg perform songs from his second three albums: the positively jangled Workers Playtime (1988), the pop classic Don’t Try This at Home (1991) and the back-to-basics William Bloke (1996).

Says Billy: “After more than three decades of travelling around the world in a van, or spending all day flying vast distances to play a gig, I’m looking forward to having some time to explore cities that I usually only get to see between the soundcheck and the show. And this three night stand format is a way of keeping things interesting, both for me and the audience. I tried it out in Auckland recently and had a lot of fun revisiting my back pages.”

Billy Bragg has been a fearless recording artist, tireless live performer and peerless political campaigner for over 35 years. Politicised by a Tory government operating without love or justice, this previously adrift young man from Barking, whose failure at national exams had reduced his career opportunities to two, eventually bought himself out of the British Army in 1981 (‘the best £175 I ever spent’), determined to make a living out of song.

Don’t miss the orator, entertainer, rabble-rouser, negotiator, pamphleteer, the fabled ‘Bard of Barking’, Billy Bragg, across three extraordinary evenings.

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