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The UK's leading live music tribute to George Harrison, performing his best-loved hits from the Beatles, his solo career and The Traveling Wilburys. 

During the show, these talented musicians perform some of George Harrison's best known and loved tracks, including; 

My Sweet Lord, Here Comes The Sun, Something, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Got My Mind Set On You, All Things Must Pass, Handle With Care, Taxman, Give Me Love, What Is Life, If I Needed Someone, Cheer Down, and many more!

"We have worked for many years with the George Harrison Project. They are very professional to deal with, their work is of the highest standard and their performances are very popular with our audience."

The Brindley Theatre Runcorn.

“ I had the pleasure of attending The George Harrison Project's performance at the Court Theatre in Tring last Thursday, and I must say, it exceeded all expectations! Stepping into the venue, I was immediately immersed in an atmosphere of genuine love and passion for all things George Harrison. The band's remarkable talent was on full display, leaving the audience in awe throughout the entire night.


The band included classic hits from The Beatles and the Travelling Wilburys, but the moment that truly tugged at my heartstrings was their rendition of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps." The emotional depth and authenticity with which they delivered this classic masterpiece almost brought tears to my eyes. It was a poignant tribute that resonated with the soul, capturing the essence of George Harrison's profound musical legacy.


For those who missed this unforgettable performance, I highly recommend keeping a close eye on The George Harrison Project's future gigs. Visit their website and get yourself a ticket for one of their shows, you won’t regret it!”

Kim Clark, Tring Radio.

"A stunning tribute, the sound and voices are perfection, lucky enough to see The Beatles live three times, you’ve absolutely nailed it, really looking forward to seeing you again."

Dave Bullas, Runcorn.

"This really is the genuine article. A true labour of love. No joke shop mop top wigs or embarrassing anachronistic Sgt Pepper outfits - just a heartfelt and respectful tribute to the music of George Harrison. Beautiful. Hats off, gents."

Ken Grainger. Bishop Stortford.

"We hosted this show for the first time, in October ’23.  The whole production team were a pleasure to work with.  The audience loved the performance, and it sold well in excess of our expectations. We have already agreed a date for its return to our venue."
Dave Lewis, Exeter Corn Exchange

"The show at Leicester Little Theatre was greatly enjoyed by a sell-out audience, who appreciated the excellent musicianship they heard, thanks to all members of the GHP and their sound engineer, Andy Reeve.

From a theatre crew perspective, the band and their team were a great bunch of people to work with - very pleasant and professional yet one of the least demanding touring outfits we’ve had for some time, so we wouldn’t hesitate to book them again!"

Andy Crooks, The Little Theatre, Leicester

"We really enjoyed having the George Harrison Project in the Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking. Fabulous and organised to work with and thoroughly entertaining for our audience.
Hope you come again soon.
Rachel Moore
Head of Operations

Rhoda McGaw Theatre

"GHP were absolutely fantastic, got the crowd moving and singing all the classics! The band were also fantastic to work with. Hope to see you again!"

Queen's Hall Narberth

"That was ACE, start to finish!!"

Les Jackson, Witham.

"Had a fabulous evening, singing, dancing and enjoying the wonderful sounds. You have done George proud and look forward to seeing you all again, you are on our 'must see again' list. Thank you all for such a FAB night......"

Sandie Woolford, Witham.

"My wife and I agreed, probably the best tribute show ever. We thought the vocalist "was" George..!! Could have listened til sun up. Singing "Happy Birthday George" was so touching. Thank you GHP for such a wonderful evening."

John Turner, Thetford.

"From the moment the band took the stage, it was clear that they were there to pay homage to one of the greatest musicians of all time. They delivered powerful renditions of classic songs like 'Something' and 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps'. The band were so talented, with tight harmonies and impressive instrumentals. We had a great time, I would recommend the band to anyone looking for a great night out, especially if you're a Beatles or George Harrison fan."

Mark. Saturday Vibes Show, Tring Radio

"This is a brilliant show, highlighting the great music of George Harrison from across his whole career. The hits, the rarities, and so much more. 

The only way to enjoy this music live is at shows like this with musicians passionate about the art. Thank you all!"

Chris Kyan, Kelvedon Institute 

Just seen this wonderful band at St George’s Theatre, Great Yarmouth. What a toe tapping, hand clapping, jive inducing evening of great music. Well done The George Harrison Project

Julie Shipperley, Gt Yarmouth.

The George Harrison Project played locally last night. The music was fab of course, but the way the whole show was put together highlighted just how much George Harrison contributed to the Beatles and to the world in his own right. The musicians in The George Harrison Project are hugely talented and by the end of the set they had everyone on their feet. We had a fab time and when they are down this way again we will be first in line for tickets. Thanks guys. It was fantastic.

JC, Gt Yarmouth.

The George Harrison Project were a great hit here at The Regal, the band themselves were friendly and very engaging with the audience. We had excellent comments from people leaving the show, and people dancing throughout. Looking forward to welcoming the band back again next year!

Bethany Crouch. Commercial Manager, Regal Theatre, Stowmarket.

"Brilliant show at the Princess Theatre Hunstanton. You are all clearly very skilled performers. Look forward to seeing you all again."

Pam Medlock.

"As well as a performance that the audience loved, the band were great to deal with from the viewpoint of our front of house and backstage teams. Which really matters."

Neil Gwynne, Manager, Plaza Theatre Romsey.

Well, what a night! This is a new show for us, and I was delighted by the response and the sales! It’s coming back!
Charlie North-Lewis, Theatre Director, Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne

"A professional and polished company who are a pleasure to work with. The show was well attended and our audience loved it, we hope to welcome them back to our venue again soon!"

Lindsey Evans. Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham.

"What a brilliant show this is! We’ve had lots of positive comments from our audience and customers really enjoyed the show! We’ll definitely be booking in another date!" Steph Chamberlain, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

"A fantastically nostalgic evening, performed with great skill. Our full house loved it!"

Dave King The Headgate Theatre, Colchester

"Strictly speaking I'm more of a Beatles fan than a George Harrison follower so I was sceptical at first, but after the first ten minutes of this professional performance I was no longer in doubt.

A well polished and clean performance followed, not necessarily in chronological order, which is actually a good idea as it allows for a more informal, relaxed style and friendlier performance.

I would also like to mention the fine and detailed knowledge of Harrison as expressed by the group's lead singer and guitarist Gary.

Also worth a mention is the band's lead guitarist Alan who knocked the socks off "Something" with his spot-on and in key guitar skills.

So an all round, spot-on gig which I intend to revisit next year when these guys return to Witham." Joe Allsup.

"Strictly speaking I'm more of a Beatles fan than a George Harrison follower, so I was sceptical at first, but after the first ten minutes of this professional performance, I was no longer in doubt.

A well polished and clean performance followed, not necessarily in chronological song order, which is actually a good idea, as it allows for a more informal relaxed style, and friendlier performance. Would also like to mention the fine and detailed knowledge of Harrison, as expressed by the groups lead singer and guitarist Gary.  Also worth a mention is the bands lead-guitarist Alan, who knocked the socks off "Something" with his spot-on and in key guitar skills.

So all round a spot-on value money gig, which I intend to re-visit next year when these guys return to Witham."  Joe Allsup

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