From the creators of celebrated Australian works Rumour Has It and Wrecking Ball comes the must-see live music event of the year: Lady Beatle – a kaleidoscopic journey through the Beatles’ most monumental hits.
Ipswich First has a double pass to giveaway to the show, which is at 7.30pm on August 24.
To enter, simply answer the following question: Who is the star of Lady Beatle?
Send your answer to [email protected] and you’ll be in the draw to win tickets. When submitting your entry, be sure to:
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- Entries close 12pm, Friday August 16, and winners will be notified via email and phone. Late entries will be ineligible. Entries without a correct answer, your name and contact number will be ineligible. Winners will be chosen randomly, but must be registered to receive Ipswich First news alerts. See the terms and conditions.
Starring UK-born Australian stage and screen star Naomi Price (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Rumour Has It, Ladies in Black, The Voice Australia) and inspired by true accounts, Lady Beatle is a rollicking magical mystery tour soundtracked by The Beatles’ biggest chart toppers, including Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, Eleanor Rigby, Yellow Submarine and Penny Lane.
Flanked by a live band, Price transports audiences to 1960s Liverpool, taking the audience along for the ride as she riffs off the cuff, invites them to join in the big numbers, and ultimately has them on their feet for the show’s epic mega-mix finale dance party.
Lady Beatle proved a runaway hit when it premiered at La Boite in 2017, drawing capacity audiences and standing ovations at each performance and unanimous critical and audience acclaim.
It epitomises The Little Red Company’s unmistakable brand of cabaret: tremendous heart and charm, world-class musicianship, seamless audience interaction, striking design and a triumphant central performance from Naomi Price.
Tickets are $45 each and can be bought directly from the Ipswich Civic Centre website.