THEIR music changed the face of rock and roll forever.

Now, to mark 50 years since the release of their first LP record, Please Please Me, The Beatles are getting a proper revival at Weston’s Playhouse Theatre.

The Upbeat Beatles (see photo) pride themselves on being the next best thing to having the Fab Four in the flesh.

And on Friday, July 19, Beatles’ buffs will be able to judge for themselves, when ticket-holders will hear a selection of hits from the band’s ten-year back catalogue.

The Upbeats’ producer, John Wilson, said the show was “going to be something special” and no amateur gig.

“Powerhouse vocals, spine tingling harmonies, punchy rhythm section and shimmering guitar solos – within eight bars you just know they’ve got allthe right ingredients for a night you’ll never forget.

“But there is much more to a Beatles’ show than four wigs and a few snazzy outfits.

Even with allthe right guitars and amps you have a lot to live up to.”

Tickets for the show, which starts at 7.30pm, are £17.50/£16.

Bookings can be made via the Playhouse Theatre website.