Beatles fans may flock to the Pavilion this week for as close a taste of the Fab Four live as you can get — short of time-travelling, that is.
Live concert show Beatlemania rolls into Glasgow for one night only, taking fans of John, Paul, George and Ringo on a journey from Love Me Do into the psychedelia of Sgt Pepper and up to Let it Be.
As if it needs explaining, The Beatles went to number on in 1963 with Please Please Me — marking the arrival of the biggest-selling artists in the world, not to mention Beatlemania; fan hysteria as never seen before.
Fast forward to 2015 and the group’s legacy as the greatest pop band yet is still going strong — which is perhaps why the live show remains in roaring trade, regularly touring the globe.
The idea is to recreate the live concerts that generated such hysterical reactions from crowds, retracing the most famous shows and taking those who remember it all well the first time round on a trip down memory lane.
The rest, as we all know, is pop music history — but what better way to celebrate the greats than enjoy their music all over again, in a live setting?
Beatlemania is on at the Pavilion tomorrow (Friday, March 27) at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £17/£15 — to book yours, call 332 1846 visit or www.paviliontheatre.co.uk/shows/beatlemania.