A STAGE play about the final days of The Beatles and the backstory which led to the breakup of the band is coming to Wirral.

Rumours about what caused the 'official' split, revealed on April 10, 1970, in the Daily Mirror newspaper, have been the core of many conspiracy theories.

Based on 'The Beatles - Off The Record' by acclaimed Beatles biographer Keith Badman and inspired by the words of the Beatles themselves, ‘At The End’, is a stage play focusing on the final days of the Fab 4 and the backstory which led to the break-up of the most famous band ever in the history of pop music.

Now using their own words and years of research by acclaimed Beatles biographer Keith Badman audience members will be given a seat at the table.

The actors chosen to portray John, Paul, George and Ringo in 'At The End', will need to have genuine Merseyside accents.

The script requires actors raised in and familiar with the area's history, cultures and language rhythms.

A series of Zoom readings, featuring local talent has already begun. The readings are a crucial element in the development process of the final production.

Once completed the feedback generated by the readings will result in a free to attend public reading of the finalised script.

The reading of the script will take place at 5pm and 7.15pm on August 12 at The Windsor Close Community Centre, Port Sunlight, Wirral, CH62 5BZ.

There are a very limited number of seats available on a first booked basis. For tickets email:  karen@karenstruelwhite.com