Lady Beatle smashed Brisbane last night with a world premiere performance packed with Beatles songs expertly executed by the sensational Naomi Price. With only 7 performances scheduled at La Boite Theatre Company, I give you 7 seasons you must see Lady Beatle.
1. The Beatles
If you love The Beatles you will definitely be toe tapping, clapping and singing your way thru this collection of The Fab Four's greatest ever hits during the 80 minute performance.
2. Naomi Price
Singing goddess Naomi Price, who has starred in many stage and screen productions including Ladies in Black and Rumor Has It, commands the stage in this emotional and powerful story. Take a tissue.
3. Dynamic Duo
From the team behind the successful production company The Little Red Company who have given us Rumour Has It and Wrecking Ball, Adam Brunes and Naomi Price have created a new production which recollects and reforms the greatest hits of The Beatles.
4. The Fab Four
Band members Jason McGregor, Mik Easterman, Andrew Johnson and Michael Manikus channel the sound of The Beatles so brilliantly that you would think they had just stepped out of the Cavern Club from 50 years ago
5. A bedazzling red suit
Costume Designer Extraordinaire, Leigh Buchanan, has created the wardrobe for the cast including an incredible bedazzling red suit worn by Lady Beatle.
6. Creative team
The funky yet simple light display above the stage is a lighting masterpiece which cleverly compliments thru colour and effect the rhythm of each song.
7. Cabaret seats
Request a cabaret seat when booking your ticket and experience up close and personal the wonder of Lady Beatle.
With only 7 performances at La Boite Theatre Company this powerful and thought provoking trip down memory lane thru the music of The Beatles is a Brisbane must see. Book tickets here
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