The Hackney Empire will be hosting the world premiere of a brand new musical that features hits from the 1960s.
Carnaby Street will play at the famous London venue from April 6th to 14th and is a must for fans of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Manfred Mann, The Animals, The Searchers and The Kinks.
Set against the backdrop of the 1960s West End, the show is directed by Bob Tomson and has been designed by Matthew Wright. The story features a boy from Liverpool called Jude who heads to the capital to realise his dreams of becoming a famous singer.
More than 30 classic hits feature in the show and it is a must for musical fans staying in central London hotels during April.
Tickets range in price from £10 to £27.50 and are on sale now so people are advised to book as soon as possible to avoid potential disappointment.
The Hackney Empire is close to Hackney Central London Underground station, which links directly with Highbury & Islington on the Victoria Line, Stratford on the Central Line and West Hampstead and Canada Water on the Jubilee Line, making it ideal for visitors enjoying central London accommodation.
Other highlights for of the 2013 Hackney Empire season include a special stage version of the popular children's television programme Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom. From the makers of Peppa Pig, the show is ideal for families with young children and will take place on July 6th and July 7th. Tickets are available now and cost £11.50 and £13.50.