ALL 17 of The Beatles sensational UK Number One hits will be delivered in an all-new live show by the world’s favourite Liverpool-born tribute to the Fab Four.

The Mersey Beatles have played to sold-out audiences around the globe for more than 20 years and they are heading to Northwich Memorial Court on Friday, November 5.

The Beatles themselves famously played the former Memorial Hall no fewer than six times in 1962 and 1963.

And The Mersey Beatles will transport the audience back to the height of Beatlemania by playing every Fab Four chart topper in this magnificent two-hour show alongside more than 20 other classic songs.

Formed in Liverpool in 1999, The Mersey Beatles – Mark Bloor (John), Steven Howard (Paul), Craig McGown (George) and Brian Ambrose (Ringo), together with keyboard player and percussionist Tony Cook – were the resident Beatles’ band at the legendary Cavern Club between 2002-2012 – clocking up more than 600 gigs.

Northwich Guardian: The Mersey Beatles are set to play Northwich Memorial Court on Friday, November 5

The Mersey Beatles are set to play Northwich Memorial Court on Friday, November 5

Since leaving The Cavern, The Mersey Beatles have toured the world many times over – winning legions of fans, including John Lennon’s sister Julia Baird and The British Beatles Fan Club who rate them as 'The best Beatles tribute band around'.

Steven said: "We can’t wait to play Northwich – it’s going to be a great night.

"Of course, as for everyone, this last year has been incredibly difficult.

"Our 2020 World Tour was postponed due to the pandemic and not being able to go and play shows has been so frustrating.

"But live music is back at last and so we thought what better way to celebrate than to create the ultimate feel-good night by playing, for the first time, every Beatles’ Number One in the same show."

Mark added: "That’s 17 chart-toppers – from 1963’s From Me To You to 1969’s The Ballad of John and Yoko – played totally live, as they should be, plus many, many, more Fab Four hits.

"We’ll play around 40 songs in the show so it’s going to be a brilliant night for Beatles fans.

"My advice is bring your dancing shoes."