Lady Beatle comes to RPAC on August 22

Naomi Price

Naomi Price

BEATLES: Naomi Price is Lady Beatle performed with a live band and coming to RPAC on August 22. Photo: Dylan Evans.

BEATLES: Naomi Price is Lady Beatle performed with a live band and coming to RPAC on August 22. Photo: Dylan Evans.

Naomi Price comes to the RPAC stage as Lady Beatle presenting the hits of the Beatles at 7.30pm on August 22.

From the creators of Australian works Rumour Has It and Wrecking Ball, UK-born Price (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Rumour Has It, Ladies in Black, The Voice Australia) brings the Beatles biggest chart toppers to life.

The mystery tour is inspired by true accounts.

Flanked by a live band, Price transports audiences to 1960s Liverpool, a place she is familiar and comfortable with.

She riffs off the cuff and invites the audience to join in the big numbers, and ultimately has them dancing in their seats at the show's epic, mega-mix finale.

Fans of The Beatles will love discovering their favourite hit songs again, including Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, Eleanor Rigby, Yellow Submarine and Penny Lane, all with Price's fresh and original interpretations and unique behind-the-scenes glimpses into the lives of the Fab Four.

Lady Beatle proved a runaway hit when it premiered at La Boite in 2017, drawing a full house and standing ovations at each performance, and unanimous critical acclaim.

It is presented by A Little Red Company and Critical Stages Touring Production, created by Adam Brunes and Naomi Price with lighting by Jason Glenwright, sound by Jamie Taylor, costuming by Leigh Buchanan and also starring Mik Easterman, Andrew Johnson, Michael Manikus and Jason McGregor.

The show is presented with heart and charm, world-class musicianship, striking design and a triumphant central performance from Price. Described as "utterly brilliant", critics has also praised Price for "the kind of voice that can raise goosebumps on arms when singing any song - combining this talent with the music of The Beatles is a stroke of genius".

Tickets are $38-$50 and can be booked on 3829 8131 or through rpac.com.au (booking fees are $4.30 by phone and $5 online per transaction).

Coming up at RPAC is the Sound of Musicals with the Redland Sinfonia on August 31 and Three Tap into Topology on September 21. Topology will present a workshop series and concert on November 9 and 10.

The Queensland Symphony Orchestra returns to the centre on October 3 and presents guest guitarist Karin Schaupp. The concert is entitled Sounds from the Deep, featuring water sounds and including the Blue Danube.

WINNER:Winning one double pass to see Lady Beatle (value $100) is Lara Maidment of Sheldon. A representative from RPAC will contact the winner with ticket collection details.