Competition: Win a pair of tickets to Let It Be! at the Garrick Theatre
International hit show Let It Be release behind-the-scenes video of London launch event.
Let It Be comes back to the Garrick Theatre for strictly limited season.
Round-up of reviews of Epstein: The Man Who Made The Beatles at the Leicester Square Theatre
The smash-hit Beatles show LET IT BE will return to London’s Garrick Theatre this summer.
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LET IT BE CLOSES AT THE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE ON 19 JANUARY 2013 – RE-OPENING AT THE SAVOY THEATRE FROM 1 FEBRUARY 2013. Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles, the world’s most successful rock ‘n’ roll band, in this electrifying live show featuring over twenty of The Beatles’ greatest hits!
Backbeat, the West End stage adaptation of the British film about the early years of The Beatles, is to close early at the Duke of York’s Theatre.
A round-up of reviews for Backbeat at the Duke of York’s Theatre. David Leveaux directs the story of how The Beatles – John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Pete Best and Stuart Sutcliffe – embarked on their journey to international stardom.
New rock & roll show Backbeat has opened at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London. Based on Iain Softley’s 1994 film, and co-written by him and Stephen Jeffreys, Backbeat follows how The Beatles ‘became’ The Beatles – when John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Pete Best and Stuart Sutcliffe embarked on their journey from the docks of Liverpool to search for success in the seedy red light district of Hamburg, Germany.
Producers of London’s most exciting new rock & roll show BACKBEAT, which opens at the Duke of York’s Theatre on 10 October, are delighted to reveal that the principal roles have now been cast for this highly anticipated production.
Backbeat, the stage production that received its world premiere at Glasgow’s Citizen’s Theatre in 2010, is co-written by Iain Softley and Stephen Jeffreys, produced by Karl Sydow, with musical direction by Paul Stacey. The award-winning director David Leveaux will direct the West End production. Backbeat will open on 10 October at the Duke of York Theatre with previews in September.