A stage show recreating the days when The Beatles recorded their legendary songs and albums at Abbey Road studios is coming to Ireland.

In The Sessions at Abbey Road, the iconic London studio has been meticulously restored, while cinematic effects add visuals from early Liverpool to swinging London as well as the phenomenon that was Beatlemania.

Each Beatles song is played in the show exactly as it was recorded at Abbey Road, with all instrumentation, arrangements and vocals identical to the original recordings.

According to producer Jef Hanlon an "incredible amount" of research had gone into the show.

 "All instrumentation, arrangements and vocals will be performed identically to the original recordings. This show does not seek to be a lookalike show, but rather a sound-alike, with the singers being the best Beatles imitators in the world."

The Sessions is overseen by Geoff Emerick, who started working at EMI Studios the same month the Beatles came for their first test recordings. Emerick went on to engineer many of their albums, including Sgt. Pepper, Revolver and Abbey Road.

The show can be seen on April 3, 2016 in Belfast at the SSE Arena, and April 4 in Dublin's 3Arena. 

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 25 at 9am.