Using state of the art video projection, contemporary newsreel footage, TV commercials, incredible concert-style lighting and a full live brass ensemble The Simon & Garfunkel Story is a moving and powerful concert.
I’d been looking forward to The Simon & Garfunkel Story thinking how much this was the music of my coming of age years – but it’s funny what tricks your memory plays.
What makes the evening even better is the story behind the songs – the anecdotes and details about Simon and Garfunkel’s careers as a duo and as solo artists.
A chance to turn the clock back and hear Simon and Garfunkel at their very best pops up now an then at the Lyric Theatre. And for fans of the duo, which produced some of the most influential sounds of the 1960s, it’s a must-see show.
If I were you I’d check out The Simon & Garfunkel Story for future dates. All the hits are there along with some lesser known ones and Philip Murray Warson and Charles Blyth are sensational as Simon and Garfunkel.
Back in London following a UK and international tour, The Simon & Garfunkel Story is wonderfully nostalgic, sure to delight fans of the folk rock duo.