The authoritative Beatles live concert show celebrates the 50th anniversary of hit song Yesterday with an extra-special concert, which is coming to the Grand Opera House in Belfast on January 15 and 16.
The year 1966 saw Lennon and McCartney come of age as songwriters: the Beatles’ 11th EP, Yesterday, and seventh studio album, Revolver, both topped the charts.
Hit stage show The Magic of the Beatles promises to return music fans to this golden era, and more.
Producer Michael Taylor explained that the theatrical treat takes audiences from the Beatles’ Mop Top roots to the psychedelia of Sgt Pepper and beyond. “From Love Me Do to Let It Be, it’s packed with more than 30 Beatles chart toppers,” he said. “Fantastic costumes, brilliant vocals and incredible musicianship “come together” in a lavish magical musical trip back to yesterday.”
Michael said that Yesterday with The Magic of the Beatles celebrates the most exciting time in pop music history live and in concert.
“The Magic of the Beatles is the most comprehensive, most authentic Beatles show you’ll ever see – even down to original guitars and amps used by the band,” he added. “Brought to you by the creators of the runaway success The Magic of Motown, all you need is The Magic of the Beatles to celebrate the music of the most famous band in the world.”
Tickets are on sale now from the Grand Opera House Box Office on 9024 1919.