The public just cant get enough of The Beatles’ juke box hit, Let It Be, which is returning to London’s Garrick Theatre, and launching a national tour, in 2015.
The boppy, up-beat musical, which has been seen by more than 1million people worldwide, returns to the Garrick on February 28 and runs until September 27.
Echoing The Beatles’ international tours, Let It Be has played across four continents and in over 50 cities.
The muysical is packed with 11 number ones, 40 smash hits from the back catalogue and over 15 tracks never played live by The Beatles themselves.
Let It Be embarks on second tour of the UK and Ireland from October, opening in Manchester and visiting over 30 cities including Liverpool, Edinburgh, Bristol, Milton Keynes & Southampton.
The musical 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.
It then went on its inaugural UK & Ireland tour before enjoying a summer season at the Garrick Theatre this year.
Producer Jamie Hendry said: “Its return to the West End for its fourth season is only testament to the huge popularity of The Beatles.”
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.
Full casting and tour dates to be announced.