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Stephen Hill in Let It Be (Photo:Birgit & Ralf Brinkhoff)

Stephen Hill in Let It Be (Photo:Birgit & Ralf Brinkhoff)

London’s Beatlemania continues

Published 17 May 2013

With its tale of Liverpudlian lads and a catalogue of songs loved the world over Beatles musical Let It Be has taken the West End by storm and extended its run at the Savoy theatre until 18 January 2014.

The theatrical concert, which takes a chronological trip through the Beatles’ story, from Cavern Club grafters to Beatlemania and the studio masterpieces, will also become the latest show to introduce lower priced tickets when, from 3 June, it will have tickets available from just £15.

The evening of head-wobbling tunefulness first opened at the Prince of Wales theatre last September, where it proved so popular that on closing at that venue, to make way for current hit The Book Of Mormon, it transferred to the Savoy.

Using two casts of Beatle-impersonating performers that play on alternate nights, the show, which is also due to open on Broadway in July, wows audiences with its staging of classic songs including I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Hard Day’s Night, Day Tripper, Help!, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Let It Be.



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