From Abbey to Hollywood Rd Collins & Kent International and NecesCity bring you Arthouse Unplugged. The Beatles by Sir Peter Blake


Beginning with the release of their debut album Please Please Me in 1963, four lads from Liverpool had the world on a string. With their significant contributions to music, art, and pop culture in general, The Beatles have left an indelible mark on history. Their 1969 album, Abbey Road, continues to be one of the most critically-acclaimed and best performing albums in history, and is also one of the band’s most iconic. From the immediately recognisable cover to classic tunes like Come Together and Here Comes The Sun, Abbey Road is synonymous with The Beatles. This Friday, Abbey Road and The Beatles come to Hong Kong’s Hollywood Road, and with only a few places left, you’re down to your last chance to get into this special event.

Founded in Sydney, Collins & Kent International specialise in art by old and modern masters, and offers affordable rentals and expert art investment advice with a contracted 7.5 percent annual return. Along with NecesCity, Collins & Kent International will pay tribute to the Fab Four at an Arthouse Unplugged event on January 17, where a live band will perform beloved Beatles tunes over cocktails and canapés. On display will be a number of works by the godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, who is best known for designing the cover for The Beatles’ 1967 Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album. All proceeds for the event will benefit the Ben Kende Foundation. Places are now limited, so make sure to RSVP in advance to ensure your entry and 50HKD ticket.

You’ve spent the day working like a dog, now reward yourself with a night out.


Collins & Kent International
Time: 6:30-9:30pm
Suite 2301-3 Kinwick Centre 
32 Hollywood Road Central


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