I last saw Let It Be a few years ago, and now we all have chance to see this fantastic show yet again when it comes to the Alhambra Theatre from 3rd-8th June.
Let It Be: A Celebration Of The Music Of The Beatles features an all-new Let It Be Part II reunion concert, which is ideal for fans of the musical who might have seen it time and time again and want to see something a little different. After all, more than two million people worldwide have seen the show. It’s been in the West End and toured across the country… twice!
Act One promises to take the audience through the early days of the band as they hit the dizzy heights of Beatlemania – look out for classic costumes! The act features classic songs including I Want to Hold Your Hand, Day Tripper, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Penny Lane, Come Together, Get Back, and The End.
Act Two is a totally different vibe. Set a decade after The Beatles, the act gives a glimpse into what might have been… what would a reunion concert in 1980 have looked like? The band reunite for one night only, just Imagine.
The band’s solo material featured in the show includes Starting Over, Band On The Run, Black Bird, Got My Mind Set On You, My Sweet Lord, Live and Let Die, and Imagine.
This year marks 50 years since The Beatles crossed EMI’s Abbey Road Studios in London and took that infamous photograph – which went on to become one of the most famous album covers of all time.
Let It Be producer Jeff Parry said: “The original Let It Be was a hit with Beatles fans all over the world, but UK audiences’ reaction to the new show and the new Act Two reunion concert that never was, has been nothing short of phenomenal. It may be almost half a century since The Beatles split, but their popularity and their influence just seems to keep growing, with their incredible and creative catalogue of music attracting a whole new generation of fans. And with so many important anniversaries during 2019, we’re delighted to take this special show to thousands more Beatles fans here in the UK.”
Catch the show at the Alhambra Theatre from Monday 3rd – Saturday 8th June 2019.