A Concert by the All Things Must Pass Orchestra
Presented by Alex Eberhard
In what promises to be an unmissable and very special evening, The All Things Must Pass Orchestra returns to the Kenton Theatre for a fifth year. The Brighton-based 10-piece band, led by singer and multi-instrumentalist Alex Eberhard, has devoted itself to bringing to the stage the music of George Harrison in all its ingeniously kaleidoscopic and inspirational glory.
The set consists of a fascinating selection of songs from Harrison’s incredibly diverse musical output. Celebrated masterpieces such as Something, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Here Comes The Sun and the anthemic My Sweet Lord are interspersed with rarely heard gems from four decades of sublime songwriting – all hand-picked and performed with love and attention to detail by the All Things Must Pass Orchestra.
Featuring luscious three-part harmony vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, a superb horn section and a super-tight rhythm section, the band is able to interpret and bring to life the “Quiet Beatle’s” richly textured music as it is heard both on landmark recordings from the Beatles years, as well as the prolific post-Beatles-era, which includes the eponymous triple album All Things Must Pass. Book your tickets early – the ATMPO’s show tends to sell out!
Tickets: Adult £23, Concessions £21
(includes £1 theatre restoration levy)
Running time: 125 minutes (includes a 20 minute interval)