Sunday, October 25, 2020

See The Cavern Beatles live in concert

In 1961, The Beatles made the first appearance at the now legendary Cavern Club in Mathew Street, Liverpool. Now, The Cavern Beatles, a band fully endorsed and licensed by the same club, will be coming to a venue near you.

The show is a Magical History Tour through the works of the greatest pop music phenomenon. Replicating, in both sight and sound, the excitement and energy of Beatlemania, the psychedelic era of Sgt. Pepper and the creative masterpieces of The White Album and Abbey Road.

Four costume changes and lighting scenes compliment the changes in musical complexity as the show develops to its climax.

The band is one of only a handful worldwide, which executes their entire show completely live with just the four musicians. There are absolutely no backing tracks or tapes used in the performance.

The band’s cast members, as well as being talented instrumentalists and singers, are hugely dedicated Beatle fans, intent on recreating their individual character on stage. Their uncanny vocal resemblance to the Fab Four is due to their upbringing in the same place… Liverpool.

As ambassadors of “The most famous club in the world”, The Cavern Beatles bring to the stage the music that has now influenced 3 generations.

Their breath-taking attention to detail has drawn the attention of German music companies, Hofner Guitars and Pyramid Strings, both of whom now endorse them with their products.

With their widespread appeal being more apparent than ever in the varying age groups that continue to follow the band, The Cavern Beatles are widely regarded as being as close to the real thing as they are ever likely to get.

You can catch The Cavern Beatles at The Palace Theatre in Newark on Thursday 19th April. To book tickets, call the box office on 01636 655755.

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