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|Incredible John Lennon show final week of performances in L.A.|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Saturday, 10/01/11 4:17 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
The critically acclaimed John Lennon show, Just Imagine, starring Tim Piper, starts its final week of performances in L.A. this coming week.
This extraordinary multi-media production will transport you to another time and place as you re-live Lennon's early years, Beatlemania, and his solo years, with rare insights and anecdotes into his brilliant yet turbulent life. Experience what it was like to live in the "Eye of the Hurricane" as John Lennon led a social and cultural revolution that forever changed the world.
Backed by Piper's acclaimed band, Working Class Hero, and mind-bending video images, you'll be mesmerized, moved and captivated!
|Tim Piper and Working Class Hero|
For this last week, fans can enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime show for 50% off, if you use the Promo Code "LOVE50".
The final performance October 9th, which is also the 71st anniversary of John Lennon's birthday, will include special guest Emcee, Chris Carter, host of KLOS' radio's ?Breakfast With The Beatles.? Fans are invited to join the cast of the show for birthday cake and 71 balloons with notes for everyone to write a note to John, to be released after the show.
Don't miss this opportunity to take a magical journey with Tim Piper as John Lennon and experience the life and times of one of the world's most iconic musical and cultural figures.
For tickets, visit www.plays411.com/justimagine. For more information, check out www.JustImagineTheShow.com.
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