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Rolling Stones London

Rolling Stones London
Join us from the comfort of your own home for the unique interactive experience!

The Rolling Stones were very much a London Band. Richard can guide you around the Stones major London hangouts in the Soho area.

Richard’s Rolling Stones walking tour includes:

  • See where the Stones made their world debut and the pub where they first rehearsed
  • The Recording Studio where the Rolling Stones made their first demos
  • The Studio where they made their first album
  • The ‘swinging London’ clubs the Stones frequented
  • The magistrates court where the group were busted!
  • The club used for the memorial to Ian Stewart
  • The theatre used for a controversial TV appearence
  • Charlie Watts’ favourite jazz club

This is a live online tour, and that there will be a Q & A session at the end. It is a great opportunity to meet fans from around the world!

Beatles in London rocknroll virtual tours

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I am Richard Porter, author of the book Guide to the Beatles London; writer and presenter of The Beatles’ London’ DVD; and a guide of 30 years experience. I was the President of the London Beatles Fan Club for 10 years and was a former winner of the ‘Beatles Brain of Britain’ competition. I organised the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Beatles crossing Abbey Road, and was on the committee that erected a blue plaque to commemorate the Beatles famous ‘Rooftop concert’ at 3 Savile Row. In short, I am Super Fanatical Beatles Fan!

Richard Porter with Paul McCartney, Abbey Road, 1997

Richard Porter with Paul McCartney, Abbey Road, 1997


Chelsea Drug Store

Chelsea Drug Store

 

‘You can’t always get what you want’, sang Mick Jagger about his visit to the Chelsea Drug Store on King’s Road in the Swingin’ London of 1960s. At the time it was a nightclub, pharmacy and record store, frequented by the RollingStones. Today all you get there is Big Mac and fries, – depends what you want🍿?
There’s much more to this building than fast food – find out whom Mick was singing about on the Rolling Stones in London virtual tour.
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1 Kew Road

1 Kew Road


Regent Sound Studios

Regent Sound Studios