Month: May 2018

Beatles Related TV Studios to Become A Theatre

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It has just been announced that the TV Studios where the Beatles filmed their appearances on ‘Ready Steady Go’, and their own TV special ‘Around the Beatles’ is to be

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23rd May 1967 – The BBC Ban A Day in the Life

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On 23rd May 1967, Frank Gillard of the BBC send the below letter to Sir Joseph Lockwood, the head of EMI, telling him that A Day in the Life would

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THE CAVERN CLUB NAMED IN TOP 10 UK LANDMARKS

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THE CAVERN CLUB HAS TODAY BEEN NAMED AS THE EIGHTH BEST-RATED LANDMARK IN THE UK IN THE TRAVELLERS’ CHOICE TM AWARDS FOR LANDMARKS, ANNOUNCED BY THE TRAVEL PLANNING AND BOOKING SITE, TRIPADVISOR.

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THE BEATLES’ YELLOW SUBMARINE GRAPHIC NOVEL IS COMING THIS AUGUST

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Yellow Submarine is a colourful and surreal trip into the land of the Blue Meanies. Once you’ve seen the film, set to some of the Fab Four’s most familiar and haunting

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The Beatles’ Esher Demos: The Lost Basement Tapes That Became the White Album

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Rob Sheffield’s book Dreaming the Beatles: The Love Story of One Band and the Whole World is a celebration of the band, from the longtime Rolling Stonecolumnist. It tells the weird saga of

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May 22nd 1968 The Press Launch for the Beatles’ ‘Apple Tailoring’ in the Kings Road Chelsea

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On May 22nd 1968, John Lennon and George Harrison attended a party at the Club Dell’Aretusa in the Kings Road, Chelsea,  to launch ‘Apple Tailoring’ which was opening just down

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Video of the New ‘Double Fantasy’ John and Yoko Exhibition

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Here is a great video of some of the amazing items in the new John and Yoko exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool. https://www.facebook.com/TheWayISeeLiverpool/videos/2170889606530558/?hc_ref=ARRCK6lONPbhISfYn_EJ1c332k-ah2j6JlFVeycHqXtKJ8upmFr428G1L2CEKHTRrgg&fref=nf

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Kiwi violin virtuoso who played on The Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’ to be celebrated

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It’s one of the most recognisable choruses in pop music, and a Kiwi can be found among its ‘nah nah nahs’. The Beatles’ Hey Jude is turning 50 this year, but a milestone of a

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How a Norwich boy taught The Beatles how to rock and roll

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When they played the Grosvenor Ballroom, Prince of Wales Road, Norwich, on May 17, 1963, I doubt if anyone realised their links with one Norwich man. Anthony Esmond Sheridan McGinnity,

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‘I love you John!’ Frail Yoko Ono visits John Lennon’s two childhood homes in Liverpool

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  A frail-looking Yoko Ono visited Liverpool to open a exhibition dedicated to her relationship with John Lennon While in the city, she visited Mendips and 9 Newcastle Road, the

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