MOBBERLEY is busy preparing for the arrival of Beatlemania with the return of the Mobberley Big Night Out Festival at the Victory Hall on Saturday, November 23.

The festival will see one of the UK’s top tribute bands, The Pretend Beatles, headline the annual event, bringing their live theatre show, complete with lavish costumes, authentic instruments and special effects, to the village venue.

The Pretend Beatles have performed their fun-filled show around the world, with a set list which includes all the hits performed live including Hard Day’s Night, Let It Be, All You Need Is Love and many more.

The renowned tribute band have more than 20 years’ experience, and band leader Richard spoke of his excitement ahead of the event.

He said: “We’re really looking forward to bringing Beatlemania to the fab village of Mobberley, working with Max, who organises this every year.

“We can’t wait to party with the village, it’s going to be the ultimate night out.”

The annual event is organised by local resident Max Eden, 26, who stages the event to create a community-focused, mini-festival experience for everyone to enjoy and be part of.

Max said: “This is our second year at the beautiful Victory Hall, and support for this year’s event has been incredible.

“We’ve got some fantastic surprises planned for the big night, The Victory Hall is such a great venue in the heart of the village and to have The Pretend Beatles perform, it really will be a fun night.”

This year’s festival night promises to get you up dancing and singing along to a group which defined a generation and changed the music scene forever.

Mobberley Big Night Out starts at 7pm. Limited tickets are available at £12 from or on the door.