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Macca: The Concert

Celebrating The Music of Paul McCartney

A brand new experience for 2017…..

Starring West End leading man Emanuele Angeletti (‘Let It Be’) as Paul McCartney, this is a celebration of the music of a legend…

In the first concert of it’s kind to tour the UK and Europe, ‘Macca: The Concert’, featuring acclaimed West End performers and using state of the art visual media projection throughout, celebrates McCartney’s entire solo career from 1970 -2016 including all his best loved hits, the acclaimed ‘Wings over the World’ 1975-6 Concert Tour and a selection of Beatles favourites.

Experience the drama of “Live and Let Die”, the pathos of “No More Lonely Nights” and the nostalgia of “Band on the Run” alongside many, many more..

PRESS QUOTES

"Angeletti has all the Macca charm one would hope for" (Musical theatre review - London)

"Emanuele Angeletti is an uncanny carbon-copy of Paul" (The Telegraph)

"Emanuele Angeletti has Paul McCartney’s mannerisms down to a T" (The Guardian)

"The brilliant Emanuele Angeletti. From the cheeky smiles to the foot tapping and nods to the audience, his interpretation of Paul is quite simply perfect. Along with the accompanying vocals of a captive audience, this moment defined Angeletti as one of the best, if not the best, musician to have performed as McCartney." (The low down magazine - Liverpool)

Tickets & Prices

  • Sat 21 Oct 7:30 PM £23.00 Capitol Theatre
PERFORMANCES:
Sat 21 Oct
PRICES:
£23.00


  • Angeletti has all the Macca charm one would hope for
    Musical theatre review - London


  • Emanuele Angeletti is an uncanny carbon-copy of Paul
    The Telegraph


  • Emanuele Angeletti has Paul McCartney’s mannerisms down to a T
    The Guardian


  • The brilliant Emanuele Angeletti. From the cheeky smiles to the foot tapping and nods to the audience, his interpretation of Paul is quite simply perfect. Along with the accompanying vocals of a captive audience, this moment defined Angeletti as one of the best, if not the best, musician to have performed as McCartney
    The low down magazine - Liverpool