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Macca: The Concert takes you on a jaunt through Paul McCartney’s incredible solo career

PUBLISHED: 10:02 12 September 2017

Macca The Concert

Macca The Concert

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Show rolls into Bromley this month before heading out on a European tour

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Take a musical tour through the career of Sir Paul McCartney when a tribute show with a difference comes to Bromley later this month.

Starring Emanuele Angeletti as the musical superstar, Macca: The Concert spans McCartney’s entire solo career from 1970 to 2016.

Angeletti is best known for his role in West End musical Let It Be and his role in Italian Beatles tribute act, The Apple Pies.

Now Macca: The Concert will hit the stage at the Churchill Theatre on September 25 before heading out on a European tour.

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Expect all the big hits from a man critically acclaimed for his portrayal of the living legend.

Tickets are on sale now.

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