A celebration of 50 years of Abbey Road and Let It Be
7:30pm, Friday 16 July 2021
** EVENT RESHEDULED**
Due to current restrictions relating to Covid-19, this event has been rescheduled to Friday 16th July 2021. We want to reassure you that your current tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled show and you do not need to do anything to secure your booking. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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Following on from their hugely successful tour in 2017/18, the award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the nation’s premier Beatles group, The Bootleg Beatles, join forces once again to deliver a Beatles experience like no other.
Experience two of the Beatles’ most iconic albums performed afresh in this special musical collaboration, adding a classical twist and performing beautifully arranged symphonic versions of these timeless classics, including masterpieces such as ‘Here Comes The Sun’, ‘Come Together’ and ‘The Long and Winding Road’.
The tour marks 50 years since the release of these final two albums – Abbey Road (released 26 September 1969) and Let It Be (released 8 May 1970), and will explore the journey to the end of The Beatles – celebrating the music of this era and the legacy that endures to this day.
This unique live staging will be an unmissable event for Beatles fans of all ages!
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and The Bootleg Beatles
Richard Balcombe conductor
Arrangements by Ian Stephens We were deeply saddened and shocked to hear of the death of Neil Innes – he will be greatly missed. This concert will go ahead as planned, and any further updates will be confirmed in due course.
£60.50, £49.50, £38.50 and £30.25
£1.50 non-refundable transaction fee applies on all phone and online bookings
Reviews for Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and The Bootleg Beatles 2017/18 Sgt Pepper tour ‘It was 50 Years Ago Today’:
‘Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sgt Pepper, the real band would have struggled to fake it as well as this…. it was as exhilarating as that remarkable album itself.’ ****
The Times, June 2017, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
‘A sheer joy to behold’
‘Ever imagine what it would have been like to see the Beatles backed by a 70-piece symphony orchestra? Pretty damned special actually’ ****
Arts City Liverpool, January 2018