Beatlemania Returns to Halton Hills
Calling all Beatles fans! The look, the sound and excitement of The Beatles’ live performances will be re-created at the John Elliott Theatre when the international cast of “Beatlemania Revisited” comes to Georgetown for a special return engagement on Saturday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m.
All songs in the Beatlemania show are performed “note for note” by the amazing cast members who are further augmented with incredible costumes and vintage instruments to truly capture the spirit of the Fab Four. The evening kicks off with their famous 1964 appearance on the Ed Sullivan television show and follows The Beatles through their entire career with numerous costume changes including the Sgt. Pepper and Abbey Road eras.
In total, over 30 Beatles songs are performed live throughout the evening including “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” “Ticket to Ride” “Yesterday” “Penny Lane” “Help!” “A Hard Day Night” “Yellow Submarine” “Eleanor Rigby” “Sgt.Peppers’ Lonely Hearts Club Band” and of course “Hey Jude” amongst the many audience favourites.
Colum Henry, who portrays John Lennon, said, “This is a family-oriented, audience-interactive performance that will have everybody singing, dancing and clapping along. We want people to leave the theatre believing they have actually seen the Beatles in concert”.
Tickets to see Beatlemania Revisited at the John Elliott Theatre at 8 p.m. are value-priced at only $35 adults, $30 seniors and are available at the theatre Box Office, 9 Church Street, Georgetown, by phone 905-877-3700, or online at www.haltonhills.ca/theatre