Starring Australian singer and actress Nikki Bennett, this captivating show is a world class tribute to one of the great pioneering female entertainers of our time, and Australia’s very first international pop superstar.

With the worldwide cinematic release of I Am Woman set for late 2020, this show is a timely theatrical tribute to the extraordinary life of the woman who provided the soundtrack to the women’s liberation movement of the 1970’s. This is a story of incredible highs and incredible lows and is both inspiring and deeply moving.

Invincible has played to more than 50,000 people to date and received standing ovations at every performance.

As Queen of 70’s Pop, Helen Reddy rose to massive international superstardom 'The little girl from Australia who went to America to make it big'.

She sold over 15 million albums worldwide, had 3 Number One Hits on the US Billboard charts and many more in the US Top Ten.

She starred in Hollywood movies and her own US Prime Time Television Show. She played to sell-out concert houses worldwide and was the very first Australian to ever win an American Grammy Award. For a brief, shining moment she was the darling of the international Pop world. And then she lost it all.

This is the extraordinary true story of a woman who had a dream and made it a reality in an era when a woman was expected to be 'a housewife and a mother'.

Packed with hits including I Am Woman, Delta Dawn, Leave Me Alone, Angie Baby, Ain’t No Way To Treat a Lady, I Don’t Know how to Love Him, Somewhere in the Night and many more, this 90 - 120 minute show features Nikki Bennett and a stellar 4-piece band.

Thank you, Nikki for bringing your outstanding show to The Juniors. Well done and wishing you lots of success with the show.
Nigel Lampe, WTS Entertainment /The Juniors

Thank You Nikki for a wonderful, inspiring show. Absolutely fabulous, bringing the audience to cheer, stand & thunderous applause. I can’t wait to see it again. Your voice is amazing! Best Female voice in Australia.
Elizabeth Star, The Workers, Blacktown