Beatle’s tribute show invites audience to ‘Come Together’

Let It BeBeing one of the most iconic bands to exist, and ultimately the creators of what we know as music today, it is unsurprising that The Beatles are among the most honoured and impersonated bands of all time. With tribute concerts performed all over the country, Beatles fans are never short of ideas when it comes to planning a good night out- and the latest concert not to be missed is ‘Let It Be’, direct from the West End and now on tour.

Taking place at venues all over the country including Manchester’s Palace Theatre and Edinburgh Playhouse, ‘Let It Be’ celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the world’s most successful rock’n’roll band with an evening of guaranteed singing and dancing to performances of The Beatles’ greatest hits.

During the show, the audience relive The Beatles ‘meteoric’ rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club, through the heights of Beatlemania, to their later studio masterpieces. Songs include ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Come Together’, and of course,’ Let It Be’, played by musicians who are described by The Daily Star as “Brilliant, who look and sound like The Beatles”.

With its feelgood cheer and nonstop entertainment, ‘Let It Be’ is an unmissable opportunity for any dedicated Beatles fan to experience A Day in the Life of a band that will never truly be forgotten.