Month: March 2019

Charity auctioning extremely rare version of The Beatles’ debut single

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The British Heart Foundation is auctioning an extremely rare version of The Beatles’ debut single – after digging it out of a pile of donations. One of the only 250

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Beatles London Concert Venue to be Revived

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£17m restoration of Granada Cinema planned after council buys iconic venue, writes James Cracknell As Waltham Forest celebrates its year as the first-ever London Borough of Culture, some people have pointed to the

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Beatles London Concert Venue to be Revived

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£17m restoration of Granada Cinema planned after council buys iconic venue, writes James Cracknell As Waltham Forest celebrates its year as the first-ever London Borough of Culture, some people have pointed to the

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London Beatles Venue to be Revived

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£17m restoration of Granada Cinema planned after council buys iconic venue, writes James Cracknell As Waltham Forest celebrates its year as the first-ever London Borough of Culture, some people have pointed to the

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Documentary on George Harrison’s HandMade Films in the Works From AMC U.K

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The story of groundbreaking British film studio HandMade Films, which was founded by former Beatle George Harrison and made such films as “Monty Python’s Life of Brian,” will be told in “An Accidental

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‘Crazy’ National Trust refuses to adopt Ringo Starr’s childhood terraced home in Liverpool as a heritage attraction

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Ringo Starr’s childhood home of 9 Madryn Street in Liverpool will be mothballed National Trust accused of shunning ‘golden opportunity’ by refusing to adopt it  Charity says it doesn’t have resources

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My London Walks this week

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Tuesday 11am: ‘Beatles In My Life’ – From Marylebone station Wednesday 2pm: Beatles Magical Mystery Tour – From Tottenham Court Road Station Thursday 11am – Beatles Magical Mystery Tour –

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Sir Paul’s wealth to rocket with a little help from his friends

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A blockbuster new movie, Yesterday, by Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle, will introduce a whole new generation to the immortal hits of John, Paul, George and Ringo, predict industry experts. And

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Lennon’s heroin habit. A hare-brained plan to play on an ocean liner. And a road trip from hell with Yoko. A new book about The Beatles’ final days reveals the REAL reasons they split up

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As 1969 dawned, The Beatles appeared to be riding high on the success of the ‘White Album’ and the ‘Hey Jude’/‘Revolution’ single, both huge hits for their new Apple Records

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