What if the Beatles had reunited for one last concert together after their break up? Direct from London’s West End and Broadway, Let It Be – A Celebration of the Music of The Beatles, the show that has been seen by over 2 million people worldwide, answers that question! In the first act, relive the past from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road with hits like Hard Day’s Night, Day Tripper, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Strawberry Fields. Then in the second act, flash forward to John Lennon’s 40th Birthday – October 9, 1980.
For one night, the Fab Four come together on stage after a decade apart to perform highlights from their solo careers like Imagine, Live and Let Die, and My Sweet Lord, and of course, the mega-hits like Back in the USSR, Let It Be and Hey Jude.
“I can happily report that Let It Be is by far the best of the bunch. The word celebration in the subtitle is well chosen, and the performers are outstanding, as nostalgia substitutes and as musicians in their own right.”
—ANITA GATES, New York Times
“The tribute show Let It Be that opened Wednesday night on Broadway at the St. James Theatre stands on its own as a lively, multimedia concert and a rocking good time.”
—JENNIFER FARRAR, Associated Press
“For those who missed out on seeing The Beatles perform live, or wished they had the opportunity to see them again…“Let It Be” is well worth checking out. It is an audio-visual feast for music lovers, beautifully executed by the five-member cast.”
—APRIL BOYLE, Portland Press Herald
“If there is such a thing as boomer heaven, this is probably what it looks and sounds like.”
—Star Telegram, Ft. Worth