Let it Be Reviews

Let It Be is a West End and Broadway jukebox musical, based on the career of English rock band, The Beatles, from 1962 to their breakup in 1969. The musical debuted at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 24 September 2012. Its run at the venue ended on 19 January 2013, after which it moved to the Savoy Theatre and opened on 1 February 2013. The Broadway production started previews on 13 July, 2013 with its official opening night taking place on 24 July 2013 running for a limited engagement at the St. James Theatre until 1 September 2013. The show begins with the four actors portraying The Beatles appearance at the Cavern Club in 1962, followed by a set change progressing the cast to the 1963 Royal Variety Performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre. The Beatles journey to America beginning their tour at the The Ed Sullivan Show. The Beatles directions are changing musically leading to New York City’s Shea Stadium. Subsequent scenes use hallucinogenic and psychedelic designs to further progress the representation of The Beatle’s ever increasing experimentation with substances and eastern theory. The show culminates with the breakup of the group and the end of the 1960s

 

Playing Garrick Theatre London

Opens 24, Sep 2013

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