Must-see for Bea­tles fans

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A play by award-win­ning scriptwriter Gabriel Bergmoser, We Can Work It Out: Four Bea­tles, one room, no fil­ter, is com­ing to NEA on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 13.

The pro­duc­tion opened at Mel­bourne’s Fringe Fes­ti­val on Septem­ber 24, run­ning for one week, be­fore hit­ting the road as part of a re­gional Vic­to­rian tour.

As the name sug­gests, this one is a must­see for any Bea­tles fan.

Dur­ing the course of one boozy night in 1966, John, Paul, Ge­orge and Ringo con­front their past, fu­ture and the place their mu­sic has in the world.

As egos clash and de­mons are re­vealed it soon be­comes clear that the Bea­tles may be on a dan­ger­ous col­li­sion course.

Can they right the ship be­fore they fall apart for good?

Fierce, funny and poignant, We Can Work It Out takes the au­di­ence be­hind the cur­tain dur­ing one of the most tur­bu­lent times in the life of the big­gest band in his­tory.

We Can Work It Out is pro­duced by Bit­ten By Pro­duc­tions, the com­pany be­hind this year’s smash mu­si­cal Moon­lite.

We Can Work It Out is writ­ten by 2015 Sir Peter Usti­nov Tele­vi­sion Scriptwrit­ing Award Win­ner Gabriel Bergmoser and di­rected by Gre­gory Caine.

It fea­tures Kash­mir Sin­na­mon as John, Karl Sars­field as Paul, Troy Larkin as Ge­orge and Brett Wolfenden as Ringo.

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