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Let it Be
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Let it Be celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the world’s most successful rock’n’roll band, The Beatles.
A spectacular theatrical concert jam-packed with over twenty of The Beatles’ greatest hits, Let it Be recreates their meteoric rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club, through the heights of Beatlemania, to their later studio masterpieces.
With live performances of early tracks including Twist and Shout, She Loves You and All My Lovin’, as well as global mega-hits Yesterday, Hey Jude, Come Together and, of course, Let It Be. Experience this multimedia rich electrifying spectacle which takes you back to the magical sixties when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends!
Michael Coveney - 25 September 2012
There can be no complaints about the material: 30-odd of the best pop songs ever written, performed in chronological order from "She Loves You" through to "Hey Jude" by a perfectly efficient quartet of imitation Beatles, singing and playing live, with a back-up muso on synthesizer, keyboard and tambourine.
It's a fairly good concert, fairly rubbish theatre, and nothing like a musical even remotely, with a series of "visuals" that regurgitate every newsreel cliché in the book.
These include hysterical crowd scenes at the Shea Stadium in New York, shots of Twiggy and England winning the World Cup to usher in Sergeant Pepper, Vanessa Redgrave and Tariq Ali in Grosvenor Square and Neil Armstrong on the moon to preface the White Album.
There are two groups of Beatles alternating in what is admittedly a very big sing indeed, and the highlight on Press night was Stephen Hill as George leading "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", but even that end...
Latest User Review
Ann - 25 March 2013:
Very disappointing. Not a west end show as its just a tribute band. Overpriced I wouldnt recommend it and I am a Beatles fan....