Month: February 2018

8th February 1964 – Ed Sullivan Eve

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Om 8th February 1964, the Beatles rehearsed for their historic appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. However, George was ill with flu, so Neil Aspinall filled in for this photo

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The Abbey Road Crossing – a Video

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Here is a nice video about the Abbey Road Crossing – including an interview with me! We cross Abbey Road 5 days a week on my London Beatles Walks http://www.beatlesinlondon.com

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All You Need is Love – on the Abbey Road Wall

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The Abbey Road Studios perimeter wall has been painted with read love hearts – for Valentines Day.

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“Finding the Fourth Beatle” Book Coming Soon!

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Another book about the Beatles? What new insights does it possibly offer, you’d think, after all there’s already plenty of reading material around on the Fab Four already. Yet, the

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Cavern Pub Re-Opens

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Cavern City Tours is proud to announce that the Cavern Pub, sister venue to the Cavern Club, has officially been reopened! In January we closed the Cavern Pub for 3

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New Book of Astrid’s Kirchherr’s Beatles Photos to be Published

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Say hello, hello to a stunning new book of photographs of the Fab Four themselves, shot by Astrid Kirchherr who according to none other than George Harrison, was “the one,

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London Beatles Days 2018

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Make your Travel plans today. London Beatles Day Dates are Here It all happens at The Christ Saviour Church Hall In the heart of Ealing in West London on New

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Trembling Wilburys, George Harrison’s 75th Birthday Special – Sunday 25th February

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Top tribute band the Trembling Wilburys are celebrating what would be George Harrison‘s 75th birthday on Sunday 25th February at rock venue Nambucca in Holloway Road, north London.  Frontman Glen Knowler looks and sounds uncannily like

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From Haworth to the Hacienda: Music and literature in England

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Places across England that shaped the country’s music and literature include the wild moors of West Yorkshire, a wartime swing and jazz club in London and a timbered house in

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Marathon Beatles singalong for good causes

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RUNNING the London Marathon is one thing, but Farnham man Ian Carley and the Sgt Steppers Homeless Hearts Club Band have set themselves another challenge. The group are going to

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