Darlington Racecourse hosts McCartney – The Songbook on January 10, 2022.

Starring Peter John Jackson (Let It Be, The Sessions At Abbey Road, That’ll Be The Day), this production follows the prolific careers of Sir Paul, The Beatles and beyond, creating a unique spectacle.

Peter has received critical acclaim for his portrayal of McCartney in the hit West End show Let It Be and The Beatles on Broadway; before joining the international arena show, The Sessions At Abbey Road.

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The two-hour show will feature songs from The Beatles, Wings and solo material by Sir Paul. Image: CHAMELEON MUSIC MARKETING

Now starring on the UK touring show That’ll Be The Day, Peter will be coming to theaters in 2022 to present McCartney’s career songbook and share his life stories on the road.

The two-hour show will feature songs from The Beatles, Wings and solo material by Sir Paul.

Peter said: “I grew up listening to The Beatles and although I never wanted to be a tribute to Paul McCartney, I love playing music and when that adrenaline hits you when you take the stage it doesn’t. there is nothing like it.

“I started playing guitar when I was 6 years old and my first influence was The Beatles.

“In school I was in a band and then we lost our bass player, so I was the lead singer and the bass player then, which is reminiscent of what Paul McCartney was doing.

“Paul McCartney is a living legend.

“He is responsible for changing the sound of popular music with The Beatles and his prolific songwriting talent has blessed us with over 60 years of incredible track.”

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