The Beatles show set to come together in Royal Court Theatre later this year

To mark the official re-launch of the multi-million pound refurbishment of the Royal Court Theatre, the International hit show; Let It Be will land in The Beatles’ hometown later this year.

Direct from London’s West End, Let It Be will run for 5½ weeks from Thursday 8 October – Saturday 14 November 2015. The opening is also set to coincide with John Lennon’s 75th birthday which falls on Friday 9th October.

The smash hit show that 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, where it recouped its initial investment after just 18 weeks before transferring for a year-long run at the Savoy Theatre from January 2013 – February 2014.

The show has recently returned to the West End for an 8 month run at the Garrick Theatre.

Seen by over 1 million people worldwide, Let It Be continues to delight audiences across the globe, having recently performed to audiences in Germany, Japan, Moscow, and France.

Let It Be showcases the music of the world’s most successful rock ‘n’ roll band, in a spectacular 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: Twist and Shout, She Loves You and Drive My Car, as well as global mega-hits Yesterday, Hey Jude, Come Together and, of course, Let It Be.

This show lets you travel back to the magical sixties when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends!

The music defined a generation, captured the hearts and ideals of millions, and it is now possible to relive the memories in the city where it all began with Annerin Productions bringing Let It Be to Liverpool.

 Jeff Parry from Annerin Productions said:

“I could not have dreamed as a nine year old living in Canada, having received my first Beatles album that I would be producing a show about the band in their hometown 51 years later. Destiny has some strange coincidences.

“Having been a Beatles fan since a young age I studied the origins of the Beatles and Liverpool. I have visited Liverpool many times, most recently when “LET IT BE” played at the Empire Theatre.

“I was overwhelmed with the Liverpudlians show of support and thanks to me for being part of the creation of the West End show. To say the least, “LET IT BE” is helping to keep the music of the Beatles alive throughout the world and I am honoured to be bringing the show back to Liverpool.”

The show will officially launch the completion of a £2.8m refurbishment of the Royal Court.

This will give audiences the chance to see the new foyer, box office, circle bar and terrace. There will also be improved access with a lift to all floors.

Kevin Fearon, Chief Executive of Royal Court Liverpool, added:

“We announce some 8 or so shows each year but none has been so exciting or as important for the Royal Court as Let It Be.

“This autumn we will complete Phase 2 of our refurbishment works and I can’t think of a better show to mark this with.

“Our exciting building works have been a key part in attracting Let It Be to play for 5 weeks in Liverpool – the first time this has happened outside of a capital city. Let It Be marks a step up for Liverpool’s Royal Court and the future looks very exciting.”

Tickets Sale to Group Bookers went on sale on Monday 23rd March at 10am.

Public Sale opens Monday 30th March at 10am and more information can be found at

To book tickets call Royal Court Liverpool on 0151 709 4321, online at or in person at the Royal Court Box Office from 10am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday. (Booking and handling fees may apply)

Tickets can also be purchased from TicketQuarter on 0844 8000 410 online at or in person at Queen Square, Liverpool City Centre. (Booking and handling fees may apply)


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