The Bootleg Beatles and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Symphonic. Touching. Beatles lovers ‘Come Together.’
Following on from two hugely successful collaborations ( And in The End and It was 50 years ago today), The Bootleg Beatles and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra are coming together again. Their latest venture is a 50th anniversary celebration of The Beatles 1967-1970, affectionately known as The Blue Album.
Encompassing the period from Sgt Pepper through to Let It Be, this is an extraordinary one-off chance to witness ‘the concert that never was’, featuring all the classic late period Beatles hits including All You need is Love, Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane, complete with full-throttle symphonic sound.
A must see multi-media show for Beatles fans of all ages.
The orchestra will be conducted by Richard Balcombe.
Need to know
Price: £33 – £60.50
Stage Times: Announced nearer showtime.
Age: Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
‘A joy to behold’