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The Let It Be musical is going on a magical mystery tour

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The Beatles musical is set for a tour of Scotland.

The cast of Beatles musical, Let It Be, will be following in the footsteps of the real deal when they embark on their first UK tour.

Having already been seen by more than 500,000 people, the West End production is now going on the road and will play on some of the same stages that the Fab Four played on their 1963 tour.

Let It Be is described as a spectacular theatrical concert charting the band’s rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club through Beatlemania and their studio masterpieces.

It features more than 40 of the band’s greatest hits, including Hard Day’s Night, I Wanna Hold Your Hand and Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

The Let It Be band are an experienced foursome.

James Fox came fifth on the BBC’s Fame Academy and also represented the UK at Eurovision 10 years ago.

Reuven Gershon has portrayed John Lennon in Richard Bacon’s Beer and Pizza, in feature film Playing the Moldovans at Tennis and in Lennon at 70 for the BBC.

Reuven also performs live with The Magic of the Beatles and has previously played with The Bootleg Beatles.

Stephen Hill has toured internationally with Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Searchers and the Swinging Blue Jeans.

Session drummer Luke Roberts has accompanied a number of contemporary acts, including Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

Let It Be heads north to Scotland for dates in Aberdeen’s His Majesty’s Theatre from April 14 to 19, Glasgow’s King’s from April 28 to May 3 and Edinburgh Playhouse from June 2 to 7.