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ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had to come back and see this again! Fantastic! Get to see this if you can, only a few dates left early October! Expert players from the Let it Be Musical put in a polished performance with the superb National Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. Here's Paul Canning being John Lennon, just wonderful!
Date published: 2019-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Beatles show ever Saw this show in Bournemouth last night Absolutely fantastic If you love the Beatles ..you must go And I will go again
Date published: 2019-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely brilliant! Saw the show a few nights ago and it was absolutely bloody brilliant. The cast were all fab (VERY convincing!) and the whole thing was very, very well done. Their use of more orchestral songs (a couple of the songs being versions from the Love album) to make the most of the orchestra they were backed by was wonderful. Was rather surprised but very pleased to hear the Love version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps! Hadn’t expected that at all. A couple of sound issues at points, which is to be expected of a fairly new show, but all in all, a wonderful experience.
Date published: 2019-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant show! Loved it was the later songs with fabulous 16 piece Philharmonic Orchestra!
Date published: 2019-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An excellent show! Highly recommend! I went to this show 2 times and it was absolutely amazing! I'm looking forward to seeing it again in Autumn.
Date published: 2019-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Had a really good night. I wasn't really sure what to expect but we both really enjoyed it. I bought the tickets as a present for my boyfriend and I wasn't a massive Beatles fan but I found a new love for their songs. My boyfriend said it was nice to be able to see some of the songs performed that he hadn't seen other coverbands do because they didnt have an orchestra. I would recommend!
Date published: 2019-04-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A quality show spoilt by awful acoustics Sad to say a wonderful show was spoilt by the acoustics. The chap who sang as John Lennon was very good but for some reason the sound from his singing was so distorted it was painful to listen to. The band were great, the orchestra even better. I absolutely loved the strings. I just hope the musicians were not as unsettled as I was with the sound.
Date published: 2019-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing show! Attended the Mayflower, Southampton showing on 17/04/19 and it was incredible. All 4 main cast members were brilliant and each played their Beatle perfectly. Paul Canning as John Lennon made it hard to believe that it was just a tribute act, the voice (I especially liked the 'ahhhhhh's' just before the last verse of 'A Day in the Life' - flawless), the look and the humour were all on point, his witty remarks seemed completely improvised (I hope they were) and had me laughing many times. But every member were fantastic and each made the crowd laugh at one point or another as the original Beatles would have. The show was about 2.5hrs long and they ventured into many eras of the Beatles (mid-60s, Sgt Pepper era, India, and Abbey Road to name some), although they didn't play many songs from the early days (first 4 albums really), I was pleased with that because I prefer later Beatles material anyway. The costumes fitted the eras perfectly and I think seeing them in the Sgt Pepper outfits was a big highlight. They played roughly 40 songs, probably more and I could not fault a single one of them. Being an avid and daily Beatles listener I can safely say they nailed every song on the set, I particularly liked the Lennon songs but Emanuel Angeletti's Paul McCartney was excellent, especially on Golden Slumbers and Hey Jude. John Brosnan's Harrison played a few songs, all were fantastic but the highlights for him were definitely 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps' and 'Something' as you'd expect. Even Luke Roberts' Ringo got a couple songs in with 'With a Little Help from My Friends' and 'Yellow Submarine' which were both just great. The cast were backed by the National Philharmonic Concert Orchestra who made it possible to play the songs that otherwise couldn't be played live. They were all great and the cast member who played George Martin as a composer (I forget the name, apologies) was very talented. Overall this was an amazing experience and I hope to one day catch the show again with the same cast, hefty ticket price but I came away thinking it was worth every penny. Songs played (I'll list as many as I can remember and they won't be in order): -In My Life (orchestra) -All You Need Is Love - Something - Martha My Dear - Tomorrow Never Knows - You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - Eleanor Rigby - Lady Madonna - Let It Be - Yesterday - Got To Get You Into My Life - Long and Winding Road - I Am The Walrus - Strawberry Field Forever - Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band/With A Little Help From My Friends - Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - Being For The Benefit of Mr Kite - She's Leaving Home - Sgt Pepper Reprise/A Day in the Life - Hello Goodbye - Across The Universe - Norwegian Wood - Ob La Di Ob La Da - While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Come Together - Here Comes The Sun - Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End Encore: Imagine - Hey Jude (There were more songs but I can't remember which - too much good music in one night!) Highlights: Tomorrow Never Knows - didn't expect it and it was beautifully done, my favourite Beatles song and played early so I was beaming for the rest of the show. Imagine - Also didn't expect this, the first out of 2 encore songs and showed Paul Canning channelling every ounce of his inner Lennon. Hey Jude - the final song of the evening and had everybody singing and dancing by the end, a great way to end a great show. Golden Slumbers - arguably the best vocals of the night (apart from Day in the Life maybe), Emanuel Angeletti absolutely nails it on this song. Sgt Pepper outfits :) Paul Canning - Made it hard to believe I wasn't looking at the real 1960's John Lennon. Negatives: Only bad thing I can say about this show was that the crowd wasn't the best. It didn't stop the show from being great for me and my girlfriend but we were the only ones singing along and clapping in our section of the theatre. Disappointing to see as people have paid quite a bit of money and don't seem to want to enjoy themselves fully, but each to their own.
Date published: 2019-04-18
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