The music of The Beatles is showcased in a cabaret-style show at Centrestage Theatre in Orewa.
President Debbie Hogan says it’s a long time since the theatre has presented this kind of musical review.
The show will be held in the theatre’s foyer where audiences can sit at tables and enjoy High Tea or a cheese platter while a group of eight performers present more than 50 of The Fab Four’s songs.
Debbie says the audiences will be encouraged to join in and have a singalong.
The singers range in age from 18–40 and Debbie says The Beatles’ music was new to the teenagers.
Most of the performers are Centrestage regulars, including Caleb Hogan (recently seen in Blood Brothers and Little Shop of Horrors), Jack Hollander and Geena Hutton (Little Shop of Horrors), and Annelie Maddock (Sound of Music).
The show is on September 1–3 and 7–10 and includes matinee with high tea as well as evening performances with cheese and crackers platter. Tickets $25 from www.centrestagetheatre.co.nz
Hibiscus Matters has a double pass for the opening night of The Beatles Review, on September 1, to give away.
To go in the draw, message us on Facebook, or write your name, address and daytime phone number on the back of an envelope and post to the Beatles Review, Hibiscus Matters, Unit G, Tamariki Plaza, Tamariki Ave, Orewa 0931.
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