Macca: The Concert

Starring West End’s Emanuele Angeletti, Macca: The Concert is a celebration of music legend Paul McCartney. The show is the first of its kind to tour theatres in the UK and Europe.

The show takes the audience on a journey through McCartney’s life and solo music career, which spanned from 1970 to 2016.

In the first half of the production, viewers are treated to a recreation of the “Wings Over the World” tour that ran from 1975 through 1976. The set includes authentic staging, production and costumes.

The second half of the production celebrates the music legend’s solo career and features all of his greatest hits and a few from the Beatles, including “No More Lonely Nights,” “Live and Let Die,” and “Band on the Run.”

State-of-the-art lighting and media projection bring the production to life. The show’s cast includes acclaimed West End performers:

Emanuele Angeletti

Angeletti has been playing McCartney for more than a decade. He was formerly a member of the Italian Beatles band called The Apple Pies, which made several television appearances and toured through Europe.

He opened the Let It Be West End musical at the Prince of Wales Theatre, and has toured with the production throughout the UK and Europe.

Jill Schoonjans

Jill Schoonjans has been singing professionally since the age of 16, and has played at every major theatre in the United Kingdom. She also serves as co-producer, director and promoter of Macca: The Concert.

Luke Roberts

Roberts has worked with several well-known pop artists throughout his career. These collaborations include radio airplay, music festivals, TV appearances and more.

He has also played in the musical productions West Side Story, Les Misérables, and Sweeney Todd.

Paul Canning

Singer-songwriter Paul Canning has toured across the globe, and has performed both on TV and on the radio with a number of artists. Canning is published by Dick Leahy, and has been signed to both Warners and Virgin records.

Throughout his career, he has supported many major artists on tours and festivals.

He took on the role of John Lennon in Let It Be, and played shows with the group The Bootleg Beatles.

John Brosnan

Brosnan spent most of his career playing with original bands both in the US and the UK. Two of his bands achieved chart success and a Billboard Top 100 hit.

Brosnan now tours as a guest artist with symphony orchestras. He also creates and produces music for short films.

He also has experience with the Beatles fandom, starring as George Harrison in Let It Be as part of the original casts on Broadway and West End.