Thu 01 Jan 1970
In advance £20.50 | On the door £23
Neil Innes’ Beatles pastiche band is a spoof crafted with rare affection and still has some great tunes ???? THE GUARDIAN
Originally a fictional band first created by Eric Idle (Monty Python) and Neil Innes (The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band), for 1970s television programming, The Rutles leapt to fame and international sensation for their slick pastiches and parodies of The Beatles.
The group have since become the real deal, touring and recording, and releasing many songs and albums, including two U.K. chart hits.
Its not a career move, explains Innes, but over the years we have become a Brand and that makes some people very proprietorial.
Pro what? demands the man who was Barry Wom.
Pro Prietor. You know Legal Owner? says Nasty the adjective.
Oh. Ill keep quiet then.
No, no you can still hit the drums
As themselves or The Rutles they will bring you a night of music and laughter.