The Oxford Beatles at The Sheldonian


The Sgt Pepper Show is a tough act to follow. Sold out over five nights in November 2017, The Oxford Beatles’ last major show was a unique combination of music and theatre.

For their next big outing the group have chosen Oxford’s iconic Sheldonian Theatre as the setting for an immersive evening of music, accompanied by a hypnotic light show.

For one night only the band will perform The Beatles’ Revolver and Sgt Pepper albums live, with a 12-piece orchestra and Indian classical musicians.

This time around the music will be accompanied by a specially commissioned light show, illuminating the beautiful surroundings of the Christopher Wren-designed Sheldonian Theatre. We're very excited to be working with Peter Wynne-Wilson, lighting designer and inventor who has worked with the likes of Pink Floyd. It's an honour to have Peter providing the liquid light show for us.

Join them for what promises to be an unforgettable sonic and visual experience!


Duration: 2 hours 15mins with interval

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This event is SOLD OUT.

Pre-booked tickets can be collected at the Sheldonian Theatre box office from 6.45pm this evening. The show starts at 8pm.

  • “A great night; this Sgt Pepper just has to run and run...”
    Daily Info
  • “The Sgt Pepper Show was amazing! The best all-round piece of entertainment I’ve experience in years. Musically, artistically and theatrically creative”
    Luke Web

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