Welcome to Liverpool Confidential
Reset Password
The Confidential websites will be undergoing routine updates. This may cause the sites to go offline. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

You are here: Liverpool ConfidentialEntertainmentMusic.

Hot ticket: The Who play Liverpool

Quadrophenia to be performed at arena

Published on January 29th 2013.


Hot ticket: The Who play Liverpool

 THE WHO, legendary band of rock times past, are to play their mod opus, Quadropenia, in its entirety, in a gig at the Kings Dock Echo Arena. 

It's part of a UK tour and follows on from a hugely successful North American foray, praised by one and all as “a rock 'n' roll lover's dream come true”. 

Quadrophenia is their boldest and most fully realized albums,” writes Rolling Stone, “but it's never quite gotten the live show it deserves – until now”. 

Liverpool fans will have a chance to make up their own minds when the band, featuring founders Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, alongside Ringo Starr's lad Zak Starkey, on drums, creaks into town on 30 June 2013. 

The Who LiverpoolThe Who play Liverpool

Quadrophenia is said to have influenced the future of UK style, fashion and culture – from Paul Weller to Bradley Wiggins, from Paul Smith to Noel Gallagher. The film starred a young Sting, Phil Daniels, Ray Winstone, Trevor Laird and Lesley Ash. John Lydon (Rotten) was screen tested for a part, but the idea was dropped when insurance became an issue. 

Phil Daniels And Lesley Ash In QuadropheniaPhil Daniels and Lesley Ash
in Quadrophenia
This new concert version the album, directed by Daltrey, “focuses on the original album and replaces the narrative used in previous stage versions with powerful imagery projected on an array of massive screens, designed to support, complement and propel the mu
sical content of the work by setting it in the context of the history of the band,” it says here.

Tickets, £70/£65/£60 subject to a booking fee. go on sale this Friday, 1 February, at 9am, here or call 0844 8000 400.

Like what you see? Enter your email to sign up for our newsletters which are chock-a-block with more great reviews, news, deals and savings.

10 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

Nik1994January 29th 2013.

Wowzers. I'm gonna smash da place up wiv ma zimmer man.

AnonymousJanuary 29th 2013.

Can't wait for this

SaladDazeJanuary 29th 2013.

I'm sending the body double.

AnonymousJanuary 29th 2013.

Oh how i would love to go to this event. In an ideal world the tickets are a great price...
No chance in ever getting a ticket at that price before ticket master and all the others purchase them all, and sell em for silly money.
Me and my partner have been waiting for this,

AnonymousJanuary 29th 2013.

This is sure the trouble. Nobody except scalps will get these tickets. More is the pity.

AnonymousJanuary 29th 2013.

I'm not paying seventy nicker to see some seventy year olds in bad nick

1 Response: Reply To This...
The Mean MongFebruary 14th 2013.

What'll you do then.....
Wait until the Matthew Street Festival and see a tribute band sound better?
And Free! ! !

AnonymousJanuary 30th 2013.

Has Pete's CRB been cleared then?

Andy MeliaJanuary 31st 2013.

Saw The Who at the Empire 1968. Cost 7/6d and Pete Townsend even smashed his guitar up. I'll give the 'echoing' Arena a miss.

AnonymousJanuary 31st 2013.

Will there be a stall selling copies of Pete's book?

To post this comment, you need to login.Please complete your login information.
OR CREATE AN ACCOUNT HERE..
Or you can login using Facebook.

Latest Rants

David St Hubbins

Great drawing, love the mini Stonehenge.

 Read more
John Bradley

Julian Cope the real thing compared with his halfwitted ex-associate and professional scouser Pete…

 Read more
Anonymous

They make a lovely SOUP, even when they end up like the so called performer........WASHED UP!!!!…

 Read more
Green Tambourine

Naked under a TURTLESHELL!!! What happened to the TURTLE???

 Read more

Explore The Site

© Mark Garner t/a Confidential Direct 2017

Privacy | Careers | Website by: Planet Code