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Four week countdown until an all-star cast put spotlight on Lennon's missing banjo at Epstein Theatre

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

A brand new stage comedy telling the fascinating story of John Lennon’s missing childhood banjo is coming 24 April.
It makes its world stage premiere at the city’s Epstein Theatre on Tuesday 24 April, continuing through until Saturday 5 May. Tickets are already selling fast. An intriguing mix of fact and fiction, Lennon’s Banjo is set in present day Liverpool and features an all-star cast.

It makes its world stage premiere at the city’s Epstein Theatre on Tuesday 24 April, continuing through until Saturday 5 May. Tickets are already selling fast!

The Beatles original drummer Pete Best, will play himself in three special performances of the show’s two-week run.

So where do the facts end and the fiction begin? Everything will be revealed in this fast paced, comic caper of a play.

“The intrigue and mystery surrounding Lennon’s missing banjo, and the logic that it could be sitting in somebody’s attic right now, has the potential to make headlines around the world. The story crosses over beautifully from fiction to fact and back again to tease and tantalise the reader that every word is true.”

Source: videomuzic.eu

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