Let It Be is a ‘theatrical concert’ featuring more than 20 of the Beatles’ greatest hits including “Come Together,” “Twist and Shout,” “Yesterday,” “Hey Jude,” and the title track. From their humble beginnings in German rock clubs to their rise as a global phenomenon on the front wave of the British Invasion on the pop charts, follow Britain’s most famous band through some of the most exuberant pop anthems ever written. This production is a rock concert combined with footage of the Lads from Liverpool and their incredible true story. The Beatles remain Britain’s most successful band of all time.
As the band celebrates its 50th year, relive the swinging 60’s with a live band, alongside video and rare photo projections which set the scene for The Beatles’ extraordinary rise to the top. Whether you’re a fully fledged Beatlemaniac, or discovering the band for the first time, this exuberant concert will have you on your feet singing along to your favourite songs, including “Drive My Car,” “She Loves You,” “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Band,” “A Hard Day’s Night,” and “Help!”
Let It Be – Savoy Theatre transferred after its successful run at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
A rotating cast play the Fab Four: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The cast of Let It Be includes Emanuele Angeletti, Josh Brosnan, Gordon Elsmore, Ryan Coath, Michael Gagliano, James Fox, Reuvan Gershon, Stephen Hill, Phil Martin, Ryan Alex Farmery, and Michael Bramwell.
Show Length and Times
Performances of Let It Be start at 7:30pm Monday to Saturday (no performances on Tuesdays), with matinees at 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays, with additional evening performances on Sundays at 7pm. The running time is approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes, including one interval.
|“The Hits just keep on coming…for those who love the Beatles this show is about as good as it gets” Charles Spencer|
|“[a] mountainly enjoyable production” Paul Taylor|
|“likeable, with a well chosen set list”|
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