Hugh Cornwell

When future historians of music draw up a list of the movers and shakers who changed the modern musical landscape, there will be no doubt that Hugh Cornwell’s name will be prominent amongst them. As a pioneering musician, songwriter, and performer his pervasive influence persists in the record collections of music aficionados, across the globe’s radio waves and on stages around the world, Hugh’s presence is unquestionable.

As leader of The Stranglers, Hugh was the main songwriter of all the band’s most memorable songs across ten stellar albums all of whom consolidated Cornwell’s stature as a unique songwriter and musician. His lyrics to Golden Brown, from the La Folie album, and their multiple meanings, is a songwriting masterclass.

"His solo work is a joy to listen to, great lyrics and wonderful guitars, and The Stranglers numbers stand the test of time, still sounding great after all this time."
— Scottish Music Network
"Cornwell’s voice is spiky or smooth as required."
— Norfolk Rocks

Widely regarded as the poet laureate of punk, Hugh Cornwell has also built a substantial and singular body of impressive solo albums.

Don’t miss this British music legend as he performs iconic Stranglers hits and classic solo songs with a full band.

Recommended for ages 16+


Hugh Cornwell - No More Heroes (The Stranglers)

Event and ticketing details


Wheelchair Access
Assistive listening Assistive Listening

Dates & Times

Support Act FRIDAY 2 AUGUST - 7:30pm
Interval FRIDAY 2 AUGUST - 8pm
Hugh Cornwell FRIDAY 2 AUGUST - 8:20pm


All tickets $69.90
Booking fee $3.90 - A one-off booking fee applies per transaction. This is regardless of the number or value of items purchased.


Blue Mountains Theatre

106 Macquarie Road

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