Mitch Benn is the 37th Beatle

Saturday 15th November 8pm Tickets £14 (£12 concessions)

Mitch Benn Is The 37th Beatle.

The country’s leading musical satirist (The Times) is not only one of the most sought after acts on the comedy circuit but is widely acknowledged as one of the best writer/performers of comic songs in the country.

Mitch’s new show which combines his Scouse upbringing with his love of music and a lifelong obsession with Liverpool’s most famous sons. It is most definitely not a tribute show and while his affection for his subjects is well documented, expect the satirical twists for which Mitch is well known. As Mitch himself says: “Many have claimed the title “Fifth Beatle”. They can’t all be right; some were righter than others…”

Mitch’s radio show of the same title is currently airing on BBC Radio 4.

“Anyone who likes music, hates Simon Cowell and likes learning new things will love it”

CHORTLE ****

“This expertly-crafted satire is perfect for both hardcore music aficionados and those entirely ignorant…. what really sets the show apart is that it’s incredibly well-researched, informative and engaging …. held the audience totally captivated.”

THREE WEEKS *****

“His best show in years… a richly entertaining hour that reminds you why The Beatles were great, compelling for those with passing knowledge of the hits but surely a must for dedicated fans”

Jay Richardson EDINBURGH FESTIVAL GUIDE ****

“You really don’t need to be a Beatles buff to enjoy this. Benn is terrific company”

SCOTSGAY ****

“This is a must see show for anyone who even faintly enjoys the Beatles, anyone who likes

pop music at all, anyone who likes a laugh.

Benn, a truly likeable man with a sharp wit, produces an hour of pure joy”

BROADWAYBABY.com ****

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