Thursday, 31 October 2013

Help take "Epstein: The Man Who Made the Beatles" to the West End

Help us in bringing the story of Beatles manager and music entrepreneur Brian Epstein to London's West End stage.
We are asking all Beatles fans to join us and be part of an historic journey to take this new Beatles play to London's West End.
We want to take the story of The Beatles manager Brian Epstein and tell his untold story to a National and International audience and we are nearly there.  By joining together as fans of the Beatles to support the transfer, you can play your part in helping us to make this happen.

We have the venue, we have the cast, we have the crew; now we need YOU to help us by supporting this production and getting it out there to our fellow Beatle fans across the Globe and joining us by giving as little or as much as you can in exchange for the various rewards on offer.  Your support will enable us cover the cost of making the necessary transformation of the production for a West End Audience and assist us with the Marketing budget needed to promote a show such as this in London.
Epstein: The Man Who Made The Beatles is a window into the private world of the music entrepreneur whose stellar career as Beatles Manager made him a household name yet whose controversial personal life remained very much in the closet. Brian died in 1967 of an accidental overdose at the age of 32.
Acclaimed stage and TV actor Andrew Lancel (Coronation Street, The Bill) and newcomer Will Finlason will return to the roles of Brian Epstein and the fictional character ‘This Boy’ respectively, for which they each received rave reviews during the initial Liverpool run, where the show premiered in November 2012 as part of the city’s officialBeatles 50th Anniversary celebrations at the Epstein Theatre.
This two-hander play imagines this brilliant but troubled man’s drug-fuelled final days whilst looking back upon his illustrious adult life and meteoric career from his drama school days to managing the world’s biggest pop group - a must-see opportunity to discover a previously unexplored story and celebrate a true icon of 1960’s popular culture – a man who shaped music and style across the world.
Running from 5 August – 6 September 2014 (previews from 30 July) at London’s Leicester Square Theatre, Epstein: The Man Who Made The Beatles is brought to you by Bill Elms & Jen Heyes Productions Ltd and written by Andrew Sherlock (Wall Talks and The Shankly Show), who all hail from the city.
“Andrew Lancel as Epstein is terrific... As the boy, Will Finlason gracefully mingles brashness and compassion.” The Times
“A show of thought-provoking insight and raw emotion… The Beatles Manager superbly portrayed by Andrew Lancel. An experience not to be missed!” The Stage
“At times comic, at times intensely moving... Epstein is not merely an exercise in nostalgia, it also finds the real man lurking inside an enigma.” The Arts Desk
“An evocative and moving history lesson, enlivened with wit - enthralling for those who were there (and still remember it) and for a new generation discovering their musical roots.”
We will get by with little help from our friends.
To find out more about this project, or to pledge your support, visit the Kickstarter website by clicking HERE
Last year I felt privileged to be part of the audience in the Epstein Theatre when "Epstein: The Man Who Made the Beatles" played nightly to packed houses.  The first time I saw the play, there were many people sitting near me who had known Brian personally.  Their gasp of recognition, and of approval, when Andrew Lancel first stepped on stage echoed around the theatre, as did the resounding applause at the end of the play.  In my review, I said, "Thank you Andrew, Will and everyone associated with "Epstein" for bringing Brian alive again and for giving him his rightful place in the Beatles' story and in my love for The Beatles.  I never knew how much I missed Brian's presence until last night.  Now, I'll never forget."
Everyone should have the chance to see this superb play and that is why the British Beatles Fan Club is also urging Beatles fans everywhere to support this Kickstarter project.  Every little helps, and there are some great rewards available for a donation of as little as £5.00.  Please help!
To read our full review of "Epstein: The Man Who Made the Beatles" click HERE

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Exclusive Report and Pics!: John Lennon's Childhood Home Sells for £480,000

Exclusive report from Jackie Spencer,
who attended last night's auction in the Cavern Club, Liverpool, when John Lennon's first home was sold:

"Excitement tonight at The Cavern Club when 9, Newcastle Road, the childhood home of John Lennon, went under the hammer.  The start of the auction was delayed as there were problems contacting a mystery telephone bidder from the USA.  But then, at 6.45, the auctioneer started explaining the legalities, and then the bidding started.  The opening bid was £150,000, which was the estimated value of the house ... but that was without the Lennon connection.

About 50 people were in the Cavern Live Lounge for the auction, but only around 4 or 5 were bidding. Slowly at first, sometimes going up by only £1,000 at a time, the bidding increased.  Then the excitement mounted as it became apparent there were two potential buyers left in a bidding war,one in the room and a mystery American lady on the phone.

Everyone was holding their breath, and then the man in the room dropped out at £475,000.  The house was bought for a staggering £480,000!  I was sitting right next to the vendors who I know from my tours, and turned to see the lady who was sitting with her head in her hands - she said to me "I feel sick!" but she was obviously delighted with the result.

So who is the mystery bidder? Would love to know!"

Earlier that afternoon, Donna Jackson of the British Beatles Fan Club had been invited round to 9 Newcastle Road for one last visit before the sale.  Photographs had not been allowed during the viewing period but we were delighted, and very privileged, to be given permission to take and publish photos of some of the features inside the property.

As you can see from these photos, the house needs some attention, and decorating, but we hope that the new buyer keeps as many of the original features as possible, and the character of the house where John spent the first few years of his life.  We'd very much like to thank the vendor for allowing us access, and for her permission to share the photos with you.

The ceiling rose in the front room. Imagine John
gazing up at this as he was cradled in Julia's arms.

Fireplace from the front room

Some of the lovely cornice work in the front room

The bay window in the front room

Wallpaper in the hall, stairs and upstairs landing. Possibly
original to the 1940s and 1950s

Some of the more modern flooring has been removed to
reveal the original lino in the kitchen -- maybe John was
conceived on this spot!

The beautiful pantry door -- maybe painted by Julia?

Imagine a four-year old boy holding on to the stair rods
as he clambered up and down the stairs

Another lovely ceiling rose

Imagine a little boy peeking through the stair rods
on the upstairs landing

View from the window in the front room

Flooring in the bathroom -- possibly from the
1940s or 1950s?

View out the back from the middle bedroom

Original brickwork

Floorig in the middle bedroom, believed to be original

Looking up the stairs

Imagine a little boy sitting on these stairs ... I wonder
if it was his naughty step?!

More lovely cornice work in the downstairs hall
Original internal window in the downstairs hall

NB: All photos copyright Donna Jackson, British Beatles Fan Club. Please do not download or share without acknowledging the British Beatles Fan Club and citing this link, or without the express permission of the copyright holder.  

Monday, 28 October 2013

Own a Piece of History and Support the Linda McCartney Centre!

Would you like to own a piece of St Peter's Church Hall, the place where John Lennon was first introduced to Paul McCartney on July 6 1957? Well, here's your chance to do that, and to help support the Linda McCartney Centre in Liverpool!

Recently, St Peter's Church made some floor blocks available for sale as part of its fund-raising efforts. These blocks were removed when a fire in one of the side rooms of the hall in 2001 resulted in the replacement of small areas of the floor. All the floor blocks which had suffered various degrees of fire damaged were saved, and a very limited number have been made available for sale. One sold at the Beatles Auction at LIPA for £250 and another sold here on ebay for £1750!

St Peter's Church also donated a floor block to Cavern Mecca - a Liverpool based fund-raising group - and the floor block has been listed on ebay on behalf of Cavern Mecca and with the full support of St Peter's Church.  

To view the listing on ebay, or to bid, click HERE


Cavern Mecca was the first Beatles museum in Liverpool, set up and run by Liz and Jim Huges in 1981. It ran for a number of years and was the springboard for annual Beatles Convention in Liverpool which has now grown into the huge International Beatle Week festival. Liz Hughes sadly died of caner some years after its closure.

Two years ago the first Cavern Mecca reunion was held in the original premises in Mathew Street (now an Irish pub). All proceeds from the reunion went to charity and it has now become an annual event (now held at the Cavern Club) raising thousands for various charities. The Linda McCartney Centre, a cancer charity, will be the recipient of all proceeds raised at this year's event (to be held on November 1), and all proceeds from this sale will be donated to the Linda McCartney Centre on behalf of Cavern Mecca.

The Floor Block will come with a Certificate of Authenticity (pictured here), personally signed by the Rector of St Peter's, Revd. Kip Crooks. As stated on the Certificate, the wooden floor block formed part of the original floor in the Church Hall at St Peter's where John Lennon met Paul McCartney on Saturday 6th July 1957.

Cavern Mecca has listed this floor block with the complete support and endorsement of St Peter's Church.  A representative of the Church told us, "we are delighted to support this event, and this very worthy cause.  We hope that the sale of the floor block raises a lot of money for the Linda McCartney Centre, and we wish Cavern Mecca every success with this sale."

There are a few tickets left for this year's annual Cavern Mecca Reunion event, at the Cavern Club Liverpool on Friday November 2.  Contact Julie Sudbury via the Cavern Mecca Facebook Page HERE for more details or to buy tickets.


Here's another chance for Beatle Fans to visit the baths where both John and Paul went swimming as children!

On 9th November 2013, Woolton Village will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of Much Woolton UDC, and Little Woolton UDC being incorporated into the City of Liverpool on 9th November 1913, from the County of Lancashire.

The local community have arranged for a bronze celebratory plaque to be fixed in the village at the HSBC bank Allerton Road, Woolton, which will be unveiled by the Right Worshipful the Lord Mayor of Liverpool Councillor Gary Millar at approximately 12.10 pm.

The plaque designer, local architect Mr Tony Griffiths will present a smaller copy of the full size plaque to the Lord Mayor ‘ From the people of Woolton to the City of Liverpool ‘ . The smaller plaque will be permanently displayed at a later date in Liverpool Town Hall.

The Lord Mayor will tour the village centre calling at a number of locations to meet members of the business and residential community. These locations will include Sainsburys at Woolton Street, St James Church Hall Church Road South, who will provide refreshments, a Craft Fayre from 12 noon to 2.00pm with the Church building open to visitors.

The former Mechanics Institute St Mary Street, Woolton Baths visitor centre will provide schools artwork, historical / heritage presentations, Beatles information, and refreshments.  The Baths, where both John and Paul went swimming as children, is still be renovated but this is a great chance to visit the building (open from 12.30pm to 3pm).

The Woolton Society will provide a Heritage walk setting out from the Simon Peter Centre, Church Road, at 1.30pm. To book a place please contact  Woolton Village Residents Association  as below.

The Friends of Gateacre will be holding their annual fundraising QUIZ NIGHT on Friday, 8th November 2013 (Doors open 7.00 pm; Quiz begins 7.30 pm) at The Gateacre Institute Grange Lane (opposite shopping parade) Raffle and Buffet Supper.  Payment on the door – £5.00 per person

Enquiries and further information from the event organisers, Woolton Village Residents Association, c/o Secretary Jane Eustance on 0151 428 8128, or e mail

Sunday, 27 October 2013

Special Displays to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles Only Performance In Dublin

Thanks to Damian Smyth from West Dublin Access Radio ( Tune in every Tuesday for Damian and Mick's Beatle Bug Radio Show

Beatle suits now on display in Dublin City centre 
Four suits, used as part of the promotion for the film A Hard Day's Night are on display in the windows of Arnotts department store in Dublin until 11th of November as part of the city's celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles playing in the city back in 1963.

This is the first time the four Beatles suits have been displayed outside of their normal environment at The Museum of Style Icons. The autographed left-handed Hofner Violin bass also on display at Arnotts was obtained by way of auction by Newbridge Silverware but never in fact used by Paul. 

The museum of Style Icons at Newbridge Silverware visitor centre in County Kildare had its official opening to the public in 2009 and has welcomed thousands of visitors countrywide to its spectacular showcase.  Located onsite at the Newbridge Silverware Visitor Centre, the Museum of Style Icons is a permanent exhibition dedicated to design and style excellence. 

These suits were provided for the Beatles by Dougie Millings and his son Gordon. Dougie charged £31 per suit, and was also given a cameo role in A Hard Day’s Night – the part of the tailor. Dougie also made the suits for the original Madame Tussaud’s waxwork figures of the Beatles. 

Arnotts is also marking the anniversary with a photo display at the rear of the store: Abbey Road to Abbey Street Dublin.  This marks the site of the Adelphi Cinema where the Beatles gave their only concert in Dublin in November 1963.

The Adelphi Cinema in Dublin’s Middle Abbey Street was a 2, 300-seat movie palace in an Art Modern Style designed by the English cinema architect W.R. Glen for the ABC group and opened in 1939. The façade was symmetrical, with art deco detailing. The tall windows once lit a fashionable balcony café. A streamlined canopy underneath the second-storey windows originally covered the entrance, with its six pairs of elegant doors. 

While primarily a cinema, the Adelphi did feature live acts as well, most notably the only appearance in Dublin by the Beatles in 1963. Other performers to appear at the Adelphi included Marlene Dietrich, Louis Armstrong, Diana Ross and Roy Orbison. In 1976, the cinema was triplexed, and later became a quad. Open until 1995, the Adelphi was demolished shortly after and part of its façade retained to provide car parking for the expanded Arnott's Department Store. Not only was the fine entrance removed to provide a massive holding area for cars, but the façade was clumsily extended upwards to mask the taller building. This is obvious to all, as the stonework has failed to weather to the same colour.


The 50th Anniversary Celebrations culminate with the Dublin Beatles Festival taking place from November 7-10 and featuring some great bands as well as John Lennon's Original Quarrymen!  A few tickets are still available.  For more information, including how to buy tickets, visit the website by clicking HERE

Saturday, 26 October 2013

Competition: Win a weekend of Beatlemania for you and 3 friends!

Win a weekend of Beatlemania for you and 3 friends!

You’ll win tickets to the hit West End show Let It Be, plus a luxury weekend stay at the London Marriott Marble Arch hotel for you and 3 friends!

Prize includes a 3 course meal and £200 shopping and music vouchers.
To enter simply like the Marriott Marble Arch facebook page by following this link:

Then take the short luxury lifestyle quiz and enter your details. Competition is free to enter and open to residents of the UK aged 18 and over. 

 Ends 18th  Nov. 2013.

Paul McCartney "In The Studio" On Beatles’ White Album 45th Anniversary

Paul McCartney InTheStudio On Beatles’ 
White Album 45th Anniversary
Part One Includes Archival Interviews With The Late George Harrison

North American syndicated Rock radio show and website InTheStudio: The Stories Behind History’s Greatest Rock Bands  devotes two weeks to The Beatles’ only double album, 1968’s White Album. In this week’s edition Paul McCartney admits that the band members’ individual recording sessions for the White Album signaled the eventual break-up of the band, but yet was responsible for the most diverse Beatles album ever. From the album opener “Back In The USSR”, to “Dear Prudence”, “Happiness is a Warm Gun”, “Rocky Raccoon” and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” the White Album reordered everything creatively that we thought collectively about the Beatles. Paul McCartney reveals to InTheStudio host Redbeard about how the environment in the studio for those sessions impacted the output.

“If you had an idea you could just go into a studio (at Abbey Road) and just grab an engineer for a couple of minutes and say, ‘Let’s just stick this one down’. Which meant you could be very spontaneous.”

The Beatles ‘White Album’ Part 1/ InTheStudio interview program is available now to STREAM at: “

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Thursday, 24 October 2013

Paul McCartney Premieres 'Queenie Eye,' 1st Official Music Video from NEW

The star-studded OFFICIAL video for Paul McCartney’s ‘Queenie Eye’ made its premiere on Vevo TODAY! 

‘Queenie Eye’ is featured on NEW, Paul’s first album of solo new material in 6 years which is in stores now!

Check out the video and see if you can spot all the famous faces who appear with Paul!

Purchase New From iTunes:

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Standard and deluxe both include:

1.     Save Us (produced by Paul Epworth)
2.     Alligator (produced by Mark Ronson)
3.     On My Way To Work (produced by Giles Martin)
4.     Queenie Eye (produced by Paul Epworth)
5.     Early Days (produced by Ethan Johns)
6.     New (produced by Mark Ronson with additional production by Giles Martin)
7.     Appreciate (produced by Giles Martin)
8.     Everybody Out There (produced by Giles Martin)
9.     Hosanna (produced by Ethan Johns)
10.  I Can Bet (produced by Giles Martin)
11.  Looking At Her (produced by Giles Martin)
12.  Road (produced by Paul Epworth)

Deluxe includes bonus tracks:

13.  Turned Out (produced by Ethan Johns with additional production by Giles Martin)
14.  Get Me Out Of Here (produced by Giles Martin)

Executive Producers: Paul McCartney and Giles Martin               Mixed by Mark ‘Spike’ Stent
Deluxe edition total Running Time: 52:15

Paul worked on the album with producers Paul Epworth, Mark Ronson, Ethan Johns and Giles Martin.

The album was recorded at Henson Recording Studios, Los Angeles; Avatar Studios, New York; Abbey Road Studios, London; Air Studios, London; Wolf Tone Studios, London and Hog Hill Mill, East Sussex.

Artwork information:
NEW album cover inspired by Dan Flavin with special thanks to Stephen Flavin
Logo and cover concept: Rebecca and Mike
Consultancy and design: YES
Cover Image: Ben Ib 

NEW is available from here:

More new details to follow in the coming weeks.


Tuesday, 22 October 2013



New 2CD and Vinyl LP Collections Feature 40 Performances from
The Beatles’ 1963-1964 BBC Radio Broadcasts

In 1994, The Beatles’ Live at the BBC was released to worldwide acclaim - hitting number one in the U.K., number three in the U.S. and selling more than five million copies within six weeks.  A new companion to The Beatles’ first BBC collection, On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2, will be released Monday, November 11 in 2CD and 180-gram vinyl packages with a 48-page booklet.  On Air’s 63 tracks, none of which overlaps with The Beatles’ first BBC release, include 37 previously unreleased performances and 23 previously unreleased recordings of in-studio banter and conversation between the band’s members and their BBC radio hosts.

Outside the BBC Paris Theatre, London. 4 April 1963© Apple Corps Ltd
In the studios of the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Beatles performed music for a variety of radio shows. On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2 presents the sound of The Beatles seizing their moment to play for the nation.  Thrilled to hear these exciting recordings again, Paul McCartney said, “There’s a lot of energy and spirit. We are going for it, not holding back at all, trying to put in the best performance of our lifetimes.”

“Top Gear”. BBC Playhouse Theatre, London. 17 November 1964.
Apple Corps Ltd.
Ten of On Air’s songs were never recorded by the group for EMI in the 1960s, including two making their debuts with the new release:  The Beatles’ direct-to-air performance of Chuck Berry’s “I’m Talking About You” and a rocking cover of the standard “Beautiful Dreamer.”  On Air also includes different versions of six rarities heard on the 1994 BBC collection:  Little Richard’s “Lucille,” Chuck Berry’s “Memphis, Tennessee,” Chan Romero’s “The Hippy Hippy Shake,” Ray Charles’ “I Got A Woman,” and two songs they learned from records by Carl Perkins, “Glad All Over” and “Sure To Fall.”

The Beatles’ tribute to the BBC’s most important pop show of the early ’60s – “Happy Birthday, Dear Saturday Club” – is another surprise.  As John Lennon recalled in 1980, “We did a lot of tracks that were never on record for Saturday Club – they were well recorded, too.”  Paul remembers, “We’d been raised on the BBC radio programs.  One of the big things in our week was Saturday Club – this great show was playing the kind of music we loved, so that was something we really aspired to.”

BBC Playhouse Theatre, London.
© Apple Corps Ltd. 
Between March 1962 and June 1965, no fewer than 275 unique musical performances by The Beatles were broadcast by the BBC in the U.K.  The group played songs on 39 radio shows in 1963 alone.  Ringo Starr said in 1994, “You tend to forget that we were a working band.  It’s that mono sound.  There were usually no overdubs.  We were in at the count-in and that was it.  I get excited listening to them.”  On their busiest BBC day, July 16, 1963, The Beatles recorded 18 songs for three editions of their Pop Go The Beatles series in fewer than seven hours.
The group played 88 distinct songs in their BBC sessions – some were recorded many times; others performed just once.  At the time, three national BBC stations provided all daytime radio broadcasting in the U.K.  Only the Light Programme network might occasionally play a record.  Most broadcast music was live music.  Consequently, to promote their releases, The Beatles had to play live at the BBC.  “Everything was done instantly,” remembered George Harrison, “But before that, we used to drive 200 miles in an old van down the M1, come into London, try and find the BBC and then set up and do the program.  Then we’d probably drive back to Newcastle for a gig in the evening!”

On Air also features BBC recordings of 30 well-loved songs from The Beatles’ catalogue, including five number ones and other favorites such as: “I Saw Her Standing There,” “Twist And Shout,” “Do You Want To Know A Secret,” “Boys,” “Please Mister Postman,” “Money,” “And I Love Her,” and “If I Fell.” 

Like its critically acclaimed predecessor, On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2 includes audio of The Beatles talking to DJs Brian Matthew and Alan Freeman and Pop Go The Beatles hosts Lee Peters and Rodney Burke.  When first broadcast, pop fans were amazed to hear such witty irreverence on the rather formal BBC and it is great fun to hear these extracts now.  In addition, On Air releases, for the first time, the group’s candid interviews for the Pop Profile series recorded in November 1965 and May 1966.

BBC Paris Theatre, London.
Apple Corps Ltd.
Newly remastered for reissue on November 11, The Beatles’ first Live at the BBC album sounds and looks better than ever.  This collection of the group’s BBC sessions mixed versions of their hits with a treasure trove of 30 songs The Beatles performed on air but never released on record in the 1960s.  The compelling track list ranged from a rare performance of the little known Lennon-McCartney original “I’ll Be On My Way” to covers of classic rock ’n’ roll and contemporary rhythm and blues songs.  At the time of its release, Live at the BBC was hailed by Rolling Stone as “an exhilarating portrait of a band in the process of shaping its own voice and vision.”  It earned a GRAMMY® Award nomination for Best Historical Album. 

Live at the BBC was assembled by George Martin in 1994 and On Air - Live at the BBC Volume Two was compiled and researched by producers Kevin Howlett and Mike Heatley.  Both albums have been meticulously mastered by engineers Guy Massey and Alex Wharton at Abbey Road Studios.  The booklets for both collections include Kevin Howlett’s essays on the history of The Beatles’ BBC radio sessions and his detailed commentaries on all of the tracks.

The Beatles:  On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2

1.         And Here We Are Again (Speech)
2.         WORDS OF LOVE
3.         How About It, Gorgeous? (Speech)
5.         LUCILLE
6.         Hey, Paul… (Speech)
7.         ANNA (GO TO HIM)
8.         Hello! (Speech)
10.        MISERY
12.        A Real Treat (Speech)
13.        BOYS
14.        Absolutely Fab (Speech)
15.        CHAINS
16.        ASK ME WHY
18.        LEND ME YOUR COMB
19.        Lower 5E (Speech)
22.        THERE’S A PLACE
23.        Bumper Bundle (Speech)
24.        P.S. I LOVE YOU
28.        The 49 Weeks (Speech)
30.        Never Mind, Eh? (Speech)
31.        TWIST AND SHOUT
32.        Bye, Bye (speech)
33.        John - Pop Profile (Speech)
34.        George - Pop Profile (Speech)

2.         GLAD ALL OVER
3.         Lift Lid Again (Speech)
4.         I’LL GET YOU
5.         SHE LOVES YOU
8.         Now Hush, Hush (Speech)
9.         FROM ME TO YOU
12.        Brian Bathtubes (Speech)
13.        THIS BOY
14.        If I Wasn’t In America (Speech)
15.        I GOT A WOMAN
16.        LONG TALL SALLY
17.        IF I FELL
18.        A Hard Job Writing Them (Speech)
19.        AND I LOVE HER
20.        Oh, Can’t We? Yes We Can (Speech)
21.        YOU CAN’T DO THAT
22.        HONEY DON’T
23.        I’LL FOLLOW THE SUN
24.        Green With Black Shutters (Speech)
26.        That’s What We’re Here For (Speech)
28.        Paul - Pop Profile (Speech)
29.        Ringo - Pop Profile (Speech)

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