Something About George-The George Harrison Story

16 February 2024
Something About George-The George Harrison Story


Something About George – The George Harrison Story is a musical biopic tribute about the so-called “quiet” Beatle is back following it’s hugely successful 2023 tour which celebrated what would have been George’s 80th birthday.

“All Things Must Pass”, they say. Well, George Harrison’s name will live on forever. From the creators of Something About Simon – The Paul Simon Story, a brand-new show that will answer the question “where does life take you after being in the greatest band in the history of the world?” 

Starring West End actor and musician Daniel Taylor, Something About George – The George Harrison Story tells the truly remarkable tale of one of music’s most understated icons.

Featuring a five-piece band performing beautiful songs such as “My Sweet Lord”, “Something”, “Got My Mind Set On You” and “Handle With Care”, the show includes incredible solo material and music from rock n’ roll’s greatest supergroup, The Travelling Wilburys - not forgetting more than a few Beatles’ classics along the way. From heartbreak to hedonism and song writing to instant success, Something About George will show you a life that was anything but quiet. 



“Something about George is a show that will be around in the years to come.”

Wirral Globe


“All songs were performed superbly pitch perfect, giving a moving and entirely beautiful tribute.”

The Broken Spine


“I loved everything about this show, thank You for giving us such a brilliant night of non-stop entertainment.”

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Opened in 1955, The Hazlitt Theatre offers one of the liveliest and community focused programmes of arts and performance in the south east. The Hazlitt Theatre plays host to a wide variety of comedians, musicians, tributes, dance schools, amature dramatics and local and national performers.

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