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Story of The Beatles brought to life at Twin towns

The Australian Beatles Show will hit Twin Towns Services Club this Friday. Photo Contributed
The Australian Beatles Show will hit Twin Towns Services Club this Friday. Photo Contributed Contributed

IF YOU want to revisit Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and living in a Yellow Submarine you have to head to Twin Town Services Club.

This Friday The Classical Mystery Tour will be presented by The Australian Beatles show.

Monty Ruggiero aka Ringo Star said the epic tour would take fans back to The Beatles bare beginnings.

"This is a story of The Beatles and The Beatles' experience," he said.

"It's not a sad story though, it's positive."

He could not reveal too much but said the story revolved around one specific Beatle's life and experiences.

The four part Beatles extravaganza begins with the trip back in time to the heady days of Liverpool's Cavern Club and looks at their time in Hamburg.

Each act of the performance covers significant moments in The Beatles career.

The show walks you through their rise in the charts and classic tune right through to their disbandment.

The concert is much more than a concert and Ruggiero warned it was not just about the "musos getting on stage and performing a bunch of songs."

"There are our own personal touches," he said.

The group also has a magnificent 24 piece orchestra to accompany them on stage.

The Australian Beatles are regulars at the Liverpool Beatles Festival and are endorsed by both the famed Cavern Club in Liverpool and the city of Liverpool itself.

A truly unique aspect of The Classical Mystery Tour is that it presents the opportunity to hear The Beatles' hits the way they were recorded, no technical or voice enhancements, pure and simple.

Do not miss out on their show this Friday, October 26 at Twin Towns.

The show kicks off 9pm Dst, tickets are $45 at twintowns.com.au or call 1800 014 014 to book.



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