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The London Concert Orchestra and special guests bring Symphonic Beatles to the London Coliseum for one night only.
The Beatles were, and to this day remain one of the most iconic bands to ever influence music. More than fifty years later, their music is still known and loved around the world. Rocco Buonvino presents Symphonic Beatles, bringing the passion, enthusiasm and enduring qualities of The Beatles’ music to the stage of the London Coliseum. The London Concert Orchestra, conducted by Alan Chircop, will bring The Beatles to life in a whole new way.
Wayne Grima has made a full orchestral arrangement for The London Concert Orchestra mixing rock and pop and highlighting The Beatles’ music in a way that merges these styles to create a night to remember. Symphonic Beatles celebrates over sixty years since The Beatles were formed in 1960 in Liverpool. This show specifically pays tribute to the Fiftieth anniversary of the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
The London Concert Orchestra will be joined by a West End choir and guest singers. The evening will feature acclaimed broadcaster Mike Read providing narration and context through this incredible journey through the sounds of the past and the musical history of The Beatles.
During this magical evening of music and memories you will be certain to hear some of your favourite Beatles songs. Do not miss the opportunity to hear such classics as Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Hey Jude, Yesterday, All You Need is Love, Let it Be, Sgt. Pepper, Lady Madonna, Help, A Day in the Life, Get Back, and Strawberry Fields Forever presented in orchestral style.
Do not miss booking Symphonic Beatles tickets for this one time only performance at the London Coliseum on Thursday November 30, 2017.
Michael Goodenough2nd December
The choir and orchestra were brilliant. Great audience participation.
Roger Rose1st December
Great orchestra, one or two of the vocal acts were a bit disappointing,some were brilliant, but the whole show would have been more enjoyable with a more slicker presentation.
For the most part, this was awful. We can only assume that it was only rehearsed on the day - the orchestra was out of time with each other, the first male singer was of the calibre of a pub singer, and the female presenter was appalling. She read her very meagre announcements from a scruffy piece of paper, and even then couldn't get it right! We and our friends left at the interval - no small decision as we had paid over £65 each for our tickets! Appalling, and I'd like our money back.