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Aside from having one of the most identifiable voices in classic rock history as frontman of iconic heavy metal outfit Iron Maiden, English renaissance man Bruce Dickinson has spent parts of his extraordinary life flying planes, starting businesses, brewing beer, motivating others, acting on TV, flexing foils as an international fencer, writing books and broadcasting over the radio waves. Now he enters a new chapter as he sets out on his brand new spoken word tour!
The first half of the insightful evening sees the iconic performer take a look back at his own colorful history, delivering up behind-the-scenes, true-life tales punctuated with photographs, anecdotes from his book and his trademark anarchic story-telling style. The second half devolves into organized chaos during a Q&A session in which audience members are encouraged to ask even the most left-field of questions, putting Dickinson and his rapid fire wit to the test!
Performance date: 4 March 2022
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