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24th April 2022 7:45 pm
The world’s Premier Beatles band continues to draw critical acclaim with their flawless recreation of the greatest songbook in history. Tracing the Fab Four’s journey through the swinging 60s, every tiny detail is forensically observed from their authentic stage wear and instruments to their witty Beatle-banter, mind-bogglingly accurate vocal impersonation and uncanny look-a-like. With a little help from their own orchestral ensemble, and featuring a special set of songs from the Let It Be LP, this show is an absolute must-see for Beatle-maniacs of all ages.
“Breath-taking” The Times
“Less a Tribute, more a reincarnation” The Telegraph
“A terrific show” Sir George Martin
Running time: approx. 2 hours 25 minutes, including interval.
This event was originally due to take place on 20th March/11th September 2020/2nd June 2021. We have contacted all existing ticketholders to either transfer or refund tickets. If you have a query please call the box office on 01684 892277 (Mon-sat, 9.30am-5.30pm).
Two years waiting- it was worth it- a FAB evening! The theatre was packed, the atmosphere electric…
I was young again, brilliant reproduction of Beatles hits gave me goose pimples and l must admit to a few tears of nostalgia.
The Fab Four and their talented team created a night to remember and the finale “Give Peace a Chance” (everyone standing and joining in) so poignant in these troubled times.
An amazing concert, thank you- and, George Paul John and Ringo, please come back soon❤️
Worth the wait!
After a 2 year wait to see them we finally got to see the Bootleg Beatles last night.
A wonderful show, linked together by some clever video footage. The Bootlegs were just as we remembered; funny, authentic, accurate and very entertaining. They have an inbuilt ‘negative’ in that the performance will always be compared to the Fab Four but these guys have stepped up their act and some of the renditions were quite spectacular.
A few quirks to iron out - the sound system was rather maxed out and at one point the organ for the roof top session was not quite in tune but all in all, a thoroughly entertaining evening