If you're a Beatles fan and you've ever wondered what it might have been like to be inside Abbey Road studios when the Fab Four were recording there, a new show promises to offer a glimpse of just that.
'The Sessions' is a live re-staging of The Beatles at Abbey Road studios, that will play at Dublin's 3Arena on April 4th, 2016 and Belfast's SSE Arena on April 3rd, 2016.
The show is overseen by recording engineer Geoff Emerick, who worked with the band on some of their most famous albums, and is described as such: "Authentic sounds are blended with an immersive environment while the singularity of each album is captured through unique choreography. Dazzling cinematic effects take you on a journey from early Liverpool to swinging London and the phenomenon of Beatlemania."
Each song, they say, will be played exactly as it was recorded: "For the first time in a generation, all instrumentation, arrangements and vocals are identical to the original recordings – the closest thing to actually being in the studio with John, Paul, George and Ringo."
The official website will explain more - but this visual clue will give you some idea of how the stage/set will look:
Tickets for both shows are on sale from usual outlets at 9am next Friday, September 25th, from usual outlets.