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.
Recently The Beatles’ official Instagram page shared a rare photo from the 1960s and added the statement of George Harrison from an earlier interview. “At that period, it was a perfect song because it was[...]
Norman Parkinson, fashion photographer for Vogue, captured the Beatles at Abbey Road in September 1963, as they recorded their second LP With the Beatles. In September 1963, the Beatles were[...]
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[...]
The Beatles, Helen Shapiro, Dusty Springfield, Eden Kane and Keith Fordyce on the set of Ready, Steady, Go! 4 October 1963
St Paul's Presbyterian Church Hall on North Road in Tranmere, Birkenhead. The Beatles headlined the show, with support from The Zeroes. The event took place from 7.30-11pm. Silent colour footage[...]
The Beatles arriving in Wellington, New Zealand during their 1964 world tour (see also other part). "The Beatles' first stop in New Zealand was Wellington. Seven thousand screaming fans –[...]
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.
John, Cynthia, George, Pattie, Jenny Boyd and Magic Alex travelling from London Airport to Delhi, India en route to the ashram in Rishikesh to study transcendental meditation with the Maharishi on 15th February 1968.
In February 1964 the Beatles flew from New York City.down to Florida to perform on the Ed Sullivan Show in a special live show at Miami’s Deauville Hotel.
The Beatles have announced a new film project using never-released footage. Director Sir Peter Jackson is set to collaborate with the band on the project.
The new film will use 55 hours of footage from January 1969 shot in the studio where the band were recording their Grammy Award-winning album Let It Be.