If John Lennon, one of the most popular musicians of all time, was still alive what would his life be like now?
Well, according to one of the men behind a hugely successful show based on his life and music, he would have become one of the world's greatest tweeters.
"He's one of the great communicators of all time and I think he would have thrived on the internet," Lennon: Through A Glass Onion creator and performer John Waters said.
"He would have loved everything about it; both the music streaming side and music being instantly accessible all the time, and also the ability to communicate your thoughts to everybody in the world, constantly.
"I think he would have been one of those people who responds to political situations and I think [United States President] Donald Trump's tweets would have been very, very wittily countered by John Lennon!"
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In 1992, which was 12 years after Lennon was killed, Waters first performed Through A Glass Onion with the show's co-creator the pianist and singer Stewart D'Arrietta.
Since then he has learnt a lot more about the founding member of The Beatles, because as he performed the show around the world people who met Lennon or knew him personally have told him "things you don't find in books".
Over time the show has been tweaked, partly to reflect these new stories.
By performing Through A Glass Onion Waters, who is a renowned musician and actor in his own right, wants audiences to come to know "more than the surface" of Lennon and to spread Lennon's message to a new generation.
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"Which is putting aside all bigotry and racism, reaching out to people with love and striving for a world where all human beings can live together in peace," the 70-year-old said.
"Sadly we're in a rather volatile political state at the moment worldwide because since the 1960s when more liberal governments came in, we saw the '90s and the collapse of nasty regimes like the Soviet Union, apartheid in South Africa, we saw all that fall apart.
"Now we seem to be returning to rather hard right-wing politics in not just Donald Trump, but everywhere in the world it's happening."
Lennon: Through A Glass Onion will be performed at Club Sapphire, Merimbula on Sunday, January 5, 2020 from 8pm.
Part concert and part biography, it reveals the life and talent of one of the most admired icons of the past century with a story and 31 songs including Imagine, Strawberry Fields Forever and All You Need is Love.
Tickets are $45 and this an 18+ event.
To buy tickets and for more information click here.