Twist and shout to Beatles magic tribute show at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch

PUBLISHED: 15:00 01 July 2017

Magic of the Beatles on stage dressed in authentic looking costumes. Picture: Bradley Laidler

Magic of the Beatles on stage dressed in authentic looking costumes. Picture: Bradley Laidler

Bradley Laidler

Turn the clocks back and indulge in music that four friends made which changed the world.

On Monday and Tuesday, July 10 and 11, Queen’s Theatre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ eighth studio album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Tribute act ‘The Magic of the Beatles’ will wear authentic costumes and recreate with stunning accuracy hits such as Hey Jude, Yesterday, Here Comes The Sun, Twist & Shout, Come Together, Hello Goodbye, Love Me Do, Let It Be.

Beatles fans can experience this event for £19, £20, £23.

ir legacy lived After enjoying a successful 10-year the best-selling band in history split up in 1970.

But the on when in 2003 Rolling Stone magazine ranked Sgt Pepper number one in its “500 Greatest Album’s of All Time” list.

Journey back and enjoy the music of one of the greatest rock bands ever formed.

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