About the showThe Fab Four make a triumphant return to the West End once again after a smash hit UK and Ireland tour with this musical concert originally conceived to celebrate 50 years of The Beatles. Let It Be has been impressing audiences around the country and has now been seen by over 1 million people worldwide. Jam packed with all of your favourite hits, the show follows the rise of the band from their early days in Germany to taking over the world, featuring all the styles, costumes and songs you know and love.
The show is more of a concert rather than a traditional book musical, but does follow the narrative of the band's meteoric rise to fame from Liverpool's Cavern Club through to Beatlemania around the world. The show provides audiences with fantastic renditions of early classics such as Twist and Shout, She Loves You and Drive My Car, along with the more popular hits such as Yesterday, Hey Jude, Come Together and of course the title song, Let It Be. Enriched with fantastic multimedia, videos and projections this really is a show like no other. If you were alive in the swinging 60's you will enjoy experiencing the era once again. If you are coming to The Beatles later on in life then you will appreciate the fantastic era where all you really needed was love.
After completing fantastic stints at both the Prince of Wales, and the Savoy Theatre, Let It Be is back by popular demand and returned to the Garrick Theatre from the 28th February 2015 and will play until the 27th of September 2015. Don't miss your chance to see this wonderful concert.
Who Should See It?Anyone who enjoys the music and story of the Beatles will enjoy this show. Focusing more on the music than the drama, this is a rare chance to see classic tracks performed by a full live band in a West End venue. Those who enjoyed 'Backbeat' back in 2011 will be first in line to see a different side to the group's story, which features tracks such as 'Penny Lane', 'Hey Jude' and 'Let it Be'.
The Beatles appeal to all age groups, so the young and the young at heart will enjoy this fantastic concert. Children under 5 years old will not be admitted however.