Let it be is a musical produced to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the world's most beloved rock 'n' roll band, The Beatles. The show is packed with a collection of their greatest hits and produced by some of the top names in the business. Both of these factors ensure not only a spectacular and jaw-dropping show, but a transportation back to the nostalgic and free-spirited sixties.This show was created by Joey Curatolo and produced by Annerin Productions, BB Promotion, Magic Space Entertainment, Rain Productions, and last but not least Jamie Hendry Productions. All of the producers have produced top of the line shows with coveted tickets, jam packed venues, and crowds that shout encore. Jamie Hendry Productions was at the forefront on this production. They did everything from casting calls to media content decisions. Let it Be is the first time, theatrical rights to the Beatle's back catalogue has been granted for a West End show. That is a testament to the confidence Sony has in the creator and producers.The show begins by transporting audiences in time to the first Beatles performance in 1963. The aim of this musical is not to tell the history, but to recreate the hits of the Beatles with stunning accuracy. Their aim was for listeners to hear the music as it was meant to be heard. Hendry never sought look-a-likes when making casting decisions. The first and foremost requirement was raw talent and knowledge the ins and outs of Beatles' music. Let it Be has minimal fluff, the musical is comprised of raw talent and a passionate desire to cling to the true nature of the songs and concerts. The concert contains a wealth of media including, original video footage to accompany the music, strobe lighting, and psychedelic designs to mimic the previous Beatles concerts. The Beatles didn't really perform much of their later songs, so let it be also reaches to fill in this gap.