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Let It Be – Back in the West End from 28 February – no booking fee

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The hugely popular theatrical concert featuring the songs of The Beatles returns to the capital for a third West End season. Read More >

Let It Be, the hugely popular theatrical concert featuring the songs of The Beatles, returns to the capital for a third West End season.

Showcasing the music of one of the world’s best-loved and most successful rock bands, the tribute show charts the meteoric rise from The Beatles’ humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club through the height of Beatlemania to their later studio pieces.

Packed full of more than 40 of the band’s greatest hits including When I’m 64, Twist And Shout, Hard Day’s Night and Strawberry Fields, Let It Be has now been seen by more than a million people worldwide.

The concert originally opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2012, before going on to two subsequent successful runs in the West End, at the Savoy and the Garrick Theatre.


Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 28/02/2015

Opening Night: 11/03/2015

Booking Until: 5/09/2015

Running time: 2h20

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Cast & Creative


Emanuele Angeletti, Michael Bramwell, John Brosnan, Paul Canning, Ryan Coath, Ben Cullingworth, Ryan Alex Farmery, Peter John Jackson, Paul Mannion, Luke Roberts


Director - John Maher

Producer - Jamie Hendry Productions & Annerin Productions

Lighting Designer - Humphrey McDermott

Set Designer - Tim Mcquillen Wright

Sound - Gareth Owen

Music By - The Beatles

About Garrick Theatre

Charing Cross Road, London, United Kingdom WC2H 0HH

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