LET IT BE played its 1000th UK performance in the UK last night, August 4th 2015 and will play its final performance in the West End on September 5th
Audiences have just 4 more weeks or 38 final performances to catch this record-breaking show
Over 1 million people have seen LET IT BE worldwide
Packed with 11 number ones, 40 smash hits from the back catalogue and over 15 tracks never played live by The Beatles themselves
In the 50 years since Beatlemania ruled the airwaves, The Beatles have scored more number ones than any other UK artist with 31 Top 40 hits and sales of over 22 million singles
LET IT BE played its 1000th UK performance in the West End last night as it entered the final part of its run. The show has just four weeks left to play at the Garrick Theatre and audiences have now just 38 more performances to catch this record-breaking production before it closes on September 5th.
LET IT BE established itself as one of the West End’s most popular shows when the production originally opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre in September 2012, before transferring for a year-long run at the Savoy Theatre from January 2013 – February 2014. The show then embarked on its inaugural UK & Ireland tour before enjoying a summer season at the Garrick Theatre last year. This final season at the Garrick will end on September 5th.
Seen by over 1,000,000 people worldwide, LET IT BE has delighted audiences across the globe, having recently entertained fans in Germany, Austria, Italy, Russia, Monaco, Tokyo, Singapore and America.
LET IT BE showcases the music of the world’s most successful rock’n’roll band, in a spectacular theatrical concert charting the band’s meteoric rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club, through the height of Beatlemania, to their later studio masterpieces.
The show is packed with over forty of The Beatles’ greatest hits including: I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Hard Day’s Night, Day Tripper, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Strawberry Fields, When I’m 64, Twist and Shout, Get Back and many more.
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Photo: Paul Cotas