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London Beatles Walking Tour

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Roll up for the Magical Mystery Tour – Step right this way! This walk is a unique opportunity to Imagine The Beatles and the swinging 60s in London. It is

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Everything you need to know about The Beatles ‘Paul Is Dead’ myth

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“I am alive and well and concerned about the rumours of my death. But if I were dead, I would be the last to know.” – Paul McCartney Simply put, Paul

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Times of trouble? Book, film cast Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ in happier light

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LONDON (Reuters) – The recording of The Beatles’ final album “Let It Be” has gone down in the band’s lore as times of trouble, a gloomy harbinger of their break-up.

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When a ‘heartbroken’ backpacker met The Beatles in India

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A Canadian backpacker’s meeting with The Beatles in a spiritual retreat In India half a century ago is the subject of a new documentary. For filmmaker Paul Saltzman it was

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THE CAVERN CLUB OFFICIALLY GET’S BACK THIS SEPTEMBER

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After a successful trial opening at the end of August for ‘Virtually’ Beatleweek festival, The Cavern Club is ready to officially welcome back visitors from 12pm on Friday 18th September.

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Please Help Crowdfunding for My London Beatles Walks

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I am currently crowdfunding for my London Beatles Walks – which have taken a battering because of COVID19. Walks ground to a complete halt for four months, and now are

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Beatles and Cilla cover up as COVID cases rise

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As COVID-19 cases rise in Merseyside, train operator Merseyrail is reinforcing the message on face masks by covering up the Fab Four, Cilla and other landmarks. Tony McDonough reports Train operator

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New Film The Beatles and Us – Promo

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A quirky and affectionate portrait of Liverpool and how the relationship with her most famous sons has reflected and shaped the city’s changing fortunes. Many have said that the 5th

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The late Robert Freeman was the Beatles’ favourite photographer – and now his entire archive has been stolen

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When the photographer Robert Freeman died in November last year, at the age of 82, he left behind a substantial, albeit disorderly, archive. But within weeks, his life’s work had

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The women who shaped, seduced and scarred John Lennon: New book reveals untold stories of the mother whose death the Beatle never got over, Britain’s first female pop star, and how Yoko Ono begged to be his lover (because she’d gone off sex)

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John Lennon was the chippy, clever, quick-witted Beatle, a snarl of contradictions: both vicious brute and snivelling baby. He was hardly halfway through his natural life when it was extinguished.  More than

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