Posted by Anne Hasegawa
30. Apr, 2012
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Dedicated to John Lennon and his life, this intimate two-man show entitled, Looking Through A Glass Onion, recaptures the essence of a legend and peacemaker. John Waters and Stewart D’Arrietta come together after 20 years to bring the performance back to life one more time and to evoke the spirit of a true artist. Performing 31 songs all together, including Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds & Imagine, the show is a must-go for all Lennon and Beatles lovers.
WHEN: Wednesday 2 May – Friday 4 May, 8pm; Saturday 5 May – Sunday 6 May, 3pm and 8pm
WHERE: Chapel Off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel Street, Prahan
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