Musical extravaganza

Picture: Paul Coltas

Let It Be at The Bradford Alhambra

WITH more than 35 iconic hits of the legendary Beatles, this is a foot-stomping, hand-clapping evening of wonderful nostalgia.

The show opens at the start of Beatlemania with the Fab Fourís famous TV appearance on the Royal Variety Performance in 1963.

With black and white TV monitors at the side, the stage is set for a trip down memory lane.

Emanuele Angeletti, John Brosnan, Ben Cullingworth and Richard Jordan bring the Beatles to life and open the show with She Loves You and I Wanna Hold Your Hand and they already have the audience in the palm of their hands.

They run through the back catalogue and have the audience on their feet for the rocking numbers.

We then move on to what many consider the greatest album of all time. Sgt Pepperís Lonely Hearts Club Band and the boys don the appropriate dress to perform such classics as When Iím 64, Strawberry Fields Forever and A Day In The Life.

The second half stages an imaginary reunion concert on John Lennonís 40th birthday in 1980.

Imagination runs free as the band play solo hits including Imagine, My Sweet Lord, and Band on The Run.

The climax, of course, has the audience on their feet. What better way to end a fun-filled musical extravaganza than with the anthemic Let It Be and Hey Jude?

This is fast moving show that has been wowing audiences across the country and more recently in the West End. If you love the Beatles, then this is a must-see show.


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