FRI 14 OCT @ 7:00PM
- $89 A-Reserve / $69 B-Reserve (Licensed / All Ages)
- (02) 9550 3666
- Theatre Mode - Reserved Seating
- On sale now @ The Enmore Theatre & Ticketek
The undeniable innovative influence of David Bowie as a larger than life character will be brought to the Sydney stage on Friday October 14, as four of Australia’s most electrifying performers, Jeff Duff, Steve Balbi, Paul Capsis and Christa Hughes, ‘Do Bowie’ at the Enmore Theatre.
“Put on your red shoes and dance the blues” – David Bowie, ‘Let’s Dance’
The audience will be taken on a theatrical and musical journey into the depth and creativity of Bowie’s songs as these four talented performers are joined on stage by The Ziggy Band – which includes previous members of The Badloves and The Whitlams – to entertain with a Bowie set list full of one pop hit after another. Expect to hear all the hits including ‘Heroes’, ‘Space Oddity’, ‘Life on Mars’, ‘Young Americans’, ‘Starman’, ‘Fame’, ‘Ashes to Ashes’, ‘Under Pressure’, ‘Ziggy Stardust’, ‘Let’s Dance’ …and loads more.
The cast features Jeff Duff – an acclaimed recording and rock vocalist whose career spans across Australia and the UK, Jeff has released 26 albums (including current album ‘Fragile Spaceman’) and first brought Ziggy to the stage in the nineties; Steve Balbi – one of Australia’s leading songwriters with Noiseworks, Electric Hippies and now a dynamic solo performer; Paul Capsis – a multiple Helpmann Award winner, Paul’s credits range from roles in The Rocky Horror Show to his album ‘Make Me A King’; and Christa Hughes – with a career inspired by the blues, Christa was lead singer of Sydney band the Doppelgangers in addition to singing (as KK Juggy) with Machine Gun Fellatio, and has recently released the ‘21st Century Blues’ album with her father, Dick Hughes.
“We have an awesome line-up of the best of the best! It’s so exciting to be presenting Bowie‘s incredible music to Sydney audiences again. With the addition of the phenomenal voice of Paul Capsis, the raunchy Christa Hughes, Steve Balbi and myself, we’ll be taking Sydney audiences on a magical theatrical journey through Bowie’s amazing songbook,” said Jeff Duff.
In a career which defined pop culture and gave us a wealth of ever changing visual imagery, it was the Top 5 hit ‘Space Oddity’ that first brought attention to David Bowie in 1969. Since then we’ve been treated to hits such as ‘Starman’, ‘Fame’, ‘Ashes to Ashes’, ‘Under Pressure’, China Girl’ and ‘Modern Love’ in what is seemingly an endless list of hits that have sold more than 130 albums globally.
Earning rave reviews last year ‘Ziggy’ returns in 2011.
“Unique, impressive, phenomenal! A mind blowing concert experience.” – Sunday Telegraph
The promoter of this event, Empire Touring, has advised that the Ziggy concert, scheduled to take place at the State Theatre on Saturday 1st October, has been moved to the Enmore Theatre. Due to an unforeseen conflict in artist schedule the date has been moved to Friday 14th October. Unfortunately the State Theatre was not available on this date, so the performance will now take place at the Enmore Theatre. What now?
All Ticketmaster bookings made via the Call Centre and the Internet will be automatically refunded to the credit card used at the time of booking. For tickets purchased at an outlet, you must return to the point of sale with your tickets and the credit card used for the booking, or with the tickets and photo id if you paid by cash.