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And In The End: With Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and The Bootleg Beatles

And In The End: With Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and The Bootleg Beatles


The award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the nation’s premier Beatles group The Bootleg Beatles (‘magically real’ NME) are delighted to announce they will team up for a second time for a number of special concerts in 2019 and 2020 to mark the fiftieth anniversaries of the releases of two of The Beatles’ most iconic albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be.

The music of these two iconic albums is arranged by composer Ian Stephens in this special musical collaboration, employing the full majesty of a 70-piece symphony orchestra with The Bootleg Beatles performing timeless classics including masterpieces such as Here Comes The Sun, Come Together, The Long and Winding Road and Let it Be.

The Beatles Abbey Road and Let It Be
The Bootleg Beatles
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Richard Balcombe conductor
Ian Stephens orchestral arrangement

Rescheduled date from Thursday 15 July 2021. Original date Wednesday 6 May 2020. All tickets remain valid for the new date.

ℹ️ Useful Information

– doors
7.30pm – 8.25pm Set One
8.45pm – 10pm Set Two
Please note timings are subject to change

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⛔ Road closures on Friday 15 July
Road closures for the Commonwealth Games Baton Relay may affect your journey to Sage Gateshead on Friday 15 July. Find out more.

🚧 Construction works near Sage Gateshead

Site preparation works have now commenced on the NewcastleGateshead Quays development, to the east of Sage Gateshead. This means changes to the South Shore Road Car Park, pedestrian and car routes. Find out more.

Travel Information

Due to the Queen’s Jubilee Baton Relay arriving in Newcastle and Gateshead on Friday 15 July, there will be major road closures in the area. If you are planning on driving, please check your route before you travel – you can find more detail on Gateshead Council’s website.