Back in July 1967, and in the midst of the summer of love, The Beatles released All You Need Is Love as a standalone single. The simple message John, Paul, George and Ringo shared still stands true today.
Backed by the National Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, All You Need Is Love will fill you with nostalgia, joy and wonderment as we pass through the greatest and most iconic hits of the Fab Four, taking us back to the heyday of Beatlemania.
A perfect representation of songs that changed musical styles so much six decades ago- The Spy in the Stalls
If you want to pop down ‘The Long and Winding Road’ into musical nostalgia about what exactly made The Beatles such an important part of British music history, then All You Need Is Love is an entertaining way to do so- Love London Love Culture
As a self-confessed Beatles nut, who casts a very critical eye over most attempts to cover, re-imagine, or impersonate the Fab Four; I walked into the Cadogan Hall with a little trepidation about what was billed as the “Ultimate Beatles Experience”- Musical Theatre Musings
A beautiful tribute to a legendary band, their music, and career - it’s like having the real Fab Four in the room with you- London Theatre Reviews
I've seen 3 previous Beatles shows (Let It Be in 2015 shared this show's Paul & George) but this was much the best of them- Broadway World
All You Need Is Love 'builds to a brilliant climax with a three song encore of "Yellow Submarine", "Imagine" and "Hey Jude" bringing the crowd to their feet and swaying with the phone lights on- Pocketsize Theatre
Visit the Tanqueray Gin Bar at the Palace Theatre Manchester! Celebrate the unmistakable taste of Tanqueray and explore their range of award-winning gins, a great way to start your evening before the show. For the 7th year in a row, Tanqueray has been voted the No. 1 bartenders’ favourite gin. (Drinks International, 2019).
The Palace Theatre of Varieties opened on Whit Monday 1891 and cost its owners the then colossal sum of £40,500. In the late 1970’s the Palace Theatre underwent a major refurbishment and re-opened in 1981 with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar and has since then retained its position as the premier provincial touring venue.