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Macca: The Concert to celebrate legend’s solo career on stage

PUBLISHED: 11:02 17 July 2017 | UPDATED: 11:02 17 July 2017

Paul McCartney, photographed by Scarlet Page

Paul McCartney, photographed by Scarlet Page

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West End star Emanuele Angeletti will play Sir Paul McCartney

Macca: The Concert, a career-spanning musical journey covering Sir Paul McCartney’s solo career is coming to Bromley’s Churchill Theatre on September 27.

The musical stars West End leading man Emanuele Angeletti, who previously performed in Let It Be, as Paul McCartney, and features other established musicians and actors from the theatre.

The show celebrates Paul’s career from 1970-2016 and includes his greatest hits, footage from the Wings Over The World 1975-6 concert tour, and a selection of Beatles favourites.

The show is split into two halves, with live concert recreations in the first half, and solo matieral in the second half. Visual media projection and lighting will be used throughout.

Fans will be able to experience the drama of Live and Let Die, the pathos of No More Lonely Nights, and the nostalgia of Band On The Run.

For more information and tickets visit churchilltheatre.co.uk or call 020 3285 6000.

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