BEATLEMANIA ON ITS WAY
INTERNATIONAL hit tribute show Beatlemania on Tour will take audiences back to the heyday of the world’s favourite pop act when it rolls out across Australia and into Bunbury on September 27.
The spectacular two-hour show recreates a true Beatles experience with stunning costumes, state-of-the-art lighting and production and replica instruments.
More than 30 of the Beatles’ most treasured hits will be performed live on stage including All My Loving, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, She Loves You, Hey Jude and more.
Making up the band is four Australian performers; Cameron Charters, who sings live as Paul McCartney, Zac Coombs, as John Lennon, Brent McMullen, as George Harrison and Ben Harper as Ringo.
Charters said the quartet had paid careful attention to detail in the creation of the show, which included perfecting their characters’ mannerisms and accents, right down to using the same brand of amps.
“Paul McCartney is a lefthanded bass player for a start, so I had to switch around and play left-handed, which was a bit of a challenge,” he said.
“He sings quite high generally, so that is also something that takes a bit of work, to be able to hit all those high notes.
“The Beatles were very cheeky as well, so we play up on that too.”
Charters said the show was a “timeline” of the Beatles’ career, starting from the early days in Hamburg, before Pete Best was replaced by Ringo Starr.
Following sold-out shows across the US, Canada, Dubai, Hong Kong, New Zealand and South Africa, Beatlemania on Tour has proven to be a must-see spectacular for Beatles fans.
will rock and roll into the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on September 27.