Beatles Homes in London and Liverpool 15 May 2021
David Bedford and Richard Porter take you on a journey from the Beatles humble origins in Liverpool to the splendour of their luxury homes in and around London. Through photos, videos, and stories, David and Richard will take you on a Long and Winding Road to the doors of the Beatles homes – and sometimes give you a ‘sneak peek’ inside!
The Beatles were probably the most photographed people of the 1960s – but do you know where the photos were taken, and the stories behind them?
David Bedford and Richard Porter will take you to the locations of Beatles photo shoots in Liverpool and London – from the banks River Mersey to Abbey Road.
Have a ‘Mad Day out’ with the Beatles on this unique virtual tour.
This online tour is a unique opportunity to meet David Stark, Editor of SongLink International and drummer with the Trembling Wilburys – who also played with The Quarrymen on one memorable occasion!
David was lucky enough to meet all the Beatles during the ’60s, as he relates in his recently-published book It’s All Too Much – Adventures of a Teenage Beatles fan in the ’60s and Beyond.
The Beatles in Hamburg, 28 February 2020
Join Beatles guides David Bedford and Richard Porter as they take you on a virtual tour around Hamburg.
Visit more than just the famous Grosse Freiheit locations, as we take you on a Virtual Tour of the studio where the Beatles recorded My Bonnie and where many iconic Beatles and Stuart Sutcliffe photographs were taken.
Christmas 2020/ New Year 2021
Beatles Christmas records and Festive Fun!
The Fab Four always made a big deal of Christmas. For 3 years running they had both the Christmas number one single and album in the UK; they put on special Christmas shows, that ran for weeks, and produced special Christmas records for their Fan Club Members.
Anney Roady Live, 13th December 2020
I am Richard Porter, professional Beatles tour guide and author, and I invite you to come with me to the famous Abbey Road crossing and recording studio in London’s St. John’s Wood. Ever since the Beatles recorded the Abbey Road album in 1969, posing on the crossing outside the studio for the album cover, this has become a place of pilgrimage, with 300,000 ‘crossing over’ every year.