The Bootleg Beatles return to the musical roots of the Fab Four Bedford News

The Fab Four tour brings hit after hit

Check out these famous Fab Four songs again!

An ultimate tribute show that has been called “awesome” by none other than Beatles producer Sir George Martin.

It is the ambition of most music journalists to interview one of the Beatles and my personal ambition in this respect is to speak to Sir Paul McCartney.

But the closest I’ve come so far is talking to Steve White of the Bootleg Beatles, who takes on the role of Paul in their amazing shows, writes Martin Hutchinson.

The Bootleg Beatles originated in 1980 when the West End musical Beatlemania ended its run.

The four musicians who played the roles of the Fab Four decided to go on tour in tribute to their musical heroes.

This turned out to be a good decision because in the years since their formation, the Bootleg Beatles have become the most important Beatles tribute band in the world.

Even Sir George Martin, legendary Beatles producer, said it was “a great show”.

The Bootleg Beatles bring the sounds of the four mops

The show traces the Fab Four’s journey through the Swinging Sixties with every detail forensically observed, from the costumes and instruments to their impeccable renditions of classic hits from all eras of the world’s most famous songbook.

It’s an amazing experience. But it’s not just their sound that’s authentic. They look suspiciously like the Fab Four.

Shows on this tour will include all the hits and more, but will also include a special set dedicated to Let it Be, celebrating the long-awaited release of Peter Jackson Beatles’ critically acclaimed documentary, The Beatles: Get Back.

The set will include a stunningly authentic recreation of the Beatles’ famous 1969 rooftop concert, as well as the iconic anthem The Long And Winding Road and the title track from the Let It Be album.

Steve celebrates ten years in the group.

“It doesn’t seem like ten years, it’s gone so fast.

“I’m the senior member of the group now.”

he show is usually in four parts, each covering a different era with appropriate costumes.

Tour dates…


Wednesday 23 – Worthing Pavilion Theater

Thursday 24 – Cambridge Corn Exchange

Friday 25 – Reading of the Hexagon

Saturday 26 – Oxford New Theater

Monday 28 – Southend-on-Sea Cliffs Pavilion

Tuesday 29 – St Albans Alban Arena

Wednesday 30 – Chatham Central Theater


Friday 1 – Croydon Fairfield Hall

Saturday 2 – Bournemouth Pavilion Theater

Sunday 3 – Portsmouth Guildhall

Tuesday 5 – Stoke Victoria Hall

Wednesday 6 – Buxton Opera House

Thursday 7 – Halifax Victoria Theater

Friday 8 – York Barbican

Saturday 9 – Llandudno Venue Cymru

Monday 11 – Bexhill-on-Sea De La Warr Pavilion

Tuesday 12 – Ipswich Regent Theater

Wednesday 13 – Guildford G-Live

Tuesday 19 – Cheltenham Town Hall

Wednesday 20 – Basingstoke The Anvil

Saturday 23 – Dorking Halls

Sunday 24 – Malvern Forum Theater

Saturday 28 – Belfast Ulster Hall.

Tickets are available at the ticket offices and in all the usual agencies.

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