November 13th, 1963 at Westward TV Studios, Plymouth. Stuart Hutchinson talks to the Beatles about Paul’s recent illness (causing them to postpone a couple of shows), and the group’s recent photo opportunity wearing police helmets outside a Birmingham theatre.
“For our last number I’d like to ask your help. Would the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands? And the rest of you, if you’ll just rattle your jewelry.”
The Beatles, Helen Shapiro, Dusty Springfield, Eden Kane and Keith Fordyce on the set of Ready, Steady, Go! 4 October 1963
The Beatles Live at St. Paul’s Church Birkenhead, February 10, 1962. The Beatles headlined the show, with support from The Zeroes. The event took place from 7.30-11pm. Silent colour footage shot on 8mm film.
The Beatles arriving in Wellington, New Zealand during their 1964 world tour.
Fiona Adams was the photographer who took the cover photograph of The Beatles Twist and Shout EP.