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Watch The Beatles’ Abbey Road performed by a Full Orchestra this September
Take an orchestral journey through the last album the Fab Four ever recorded together as a band - Abbey Road.
By Ben Brown | Last updated August 2nd '19
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Saturday 28th September will see the brilliant Untold Orchestra head on down to NIAMOS in Hulme to perform an evening of everyone's favourite Liverpudlian band, The Beatles. A fantastically talented set of musicians, The Untold Orchestra is a Manchester-based collective that work on both original as well as collaborative projects. In this case they'll be getting together with some of Manchester's finest singers to present an orchestral rendition of one of The Beatles’ most infamous albums - Abbey Road. The album, released in 1969, is in fact the final one they recorded together as a band, where even though 'Let It Be' was the last one released before the band's dissolution in April 1970 - most of that album had already been recorded before Abbey Road began. It's a massively influential piece of work and still to this day many critics still cite it as The Beatles' greatest album altogether. You can expect the Untold Orchestra and their selection of vocal performers to do them justice. All while in the rather opulent surrounds of the NIAMOS centre - this is one not to miss out on! ................................. 50 Years of Abbey Road: An Orchestral Rendition Venue: Niamos Date: Saturday 28th September Time: 6pm Cost: £11.75 Buy Tickets ................................. Niamos Radical Arts & Centre, Warwick St, Manchester M15 5EU 07387 369323