With Alison St Ledger 

Presented by Queensland Cabaret Festival and Metro Arts

Praised as one of the greatest albums of all time, Hunky Dory is quite simply a wondrous work of art. And this December it turns 50!

Influenced by Warhol, Dylan and The Velvet Underground with nods to Nietzsche and Aleister Crowley; and including joyous gems like ‘Fill your Heart’ and ‘Kooks’… Hunky Dory is a time capsule of Bowie at his most inspired.

Alison St Ledger – reunited with Meg Burstow on piano, Mark Angel on guitars, Robert (Dr Bob) Harley on bass and Nicki Perry on drums – performs the album in its entirety.

At a time when things feel so out of kilter, what better way to uplift the spirit…and say it’s alright… we’re ok… everything is Hunky Dory!


Sat 30 Oct, 2021




New Benner Theatre | Metro Arts, West End


General Admission $40*
Concession $32*
Groups 6+

* +Booking fee $0.50 per ticket purchased


60 mins


Suitable for all ages. Mild coarse language. 


Image by Robyn Mill



Alison St Ledger

Alison St Ledger is best known for her stellar performances in Women in Voice, as well as critically-acclaimed performances at the Brisbane Cabaret Festival including Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, Transformer and the Matilda award-winning Tom Waits for No Man. As a singer/songwriter, Alison has released numerous recordings including Cliffside Sessions with her roots trio – The Switch with Sallianna Campbell and Dave McGuire. As a guest vocalist with Aussie rock legends Powderfinger, she’s toured throughout Australia and made numerous television appearances on Rove Live, The Panel and Sunrise.


Queensland Cabaret Festival is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Brisbane City Council. Metro Arts is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Metro Arts is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy.  The Emerging Producer XChange is supported by the Ian Potter Foundation.


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