Sunday, 31 October 2021

Pure McCartney at Cavern Club - Get your tickets!

 Ready for some live entertainment in Liverpool at The Cavern?  Check out this Pure McCartney concert coming at the end of November.

Learn more and get tickets here.

Watch this! Laurence Juber with Lindsay Isaac from the Here, There and Everywhere film

Today is the day!  

The crowdfunding campaign ends today October 31. This is your final opportunity to pre-reserve your numbered DVDs/Blue-rays and other select perks, plus get your name in the film credits and nominate the names of loved one lost for the 'in memory' section at the end of the film as well. 

Watch the clip from the film below.  This is just a small sampling of what will be a fantastic film! 

Link to INDIEGOGO to contribute     Link to film website


Sunday, 24 October 2021


Upstairs at PENTAMETERS THEATRE, Oriel Place, Heath Street, Hampstead, London NW3 6TE.

Beatles author and music industry veteran DAVID STARK will be talking about his recent book "It's All Too Much - Adventures of a Teenage Beatles Fan in the '60s and Beyond" with author Mike Nicholls with live music, including a few Beatles songs by acclaimed singer/songwriter Susan Black.

IT’S ALL TOO MUCH is the unique memoir by music industry veteran David Stark, who grew up in north London during the 1960s as a dedicated Beatles fan and was lucky enough to meet his musical heroes on various memorable occasions. From gate-crashing the Yellow Submarine film premiere in 1968 (aged just fifteen) and ending up sitting directly behind the group, to meeting all of them individually in some extraordinary circumstances, David has some highly entertaining stories about his many Beatles encounters which have never been told before. 

The evening will include David recalling how he won free tickets the Beatles' live TV show in late 1968/early 1969 which never happened as they played on the rooftop of Apple instead. However as listings for Time Out magazine of November 1968 prove, the group had actually pencilled in 3 nights at The Roundhouse in Chalk Farm between Dec 14-21st 1968. As David says, "that would have been a quite incredible event to attend. Instead I ended up with a consolation prize of an advance copy of Abbey Road plus a letter of apology from Beatles & Co. signed by Peter Brown and Ringo." 

TICKETS £13.00 (General admission) or £10 (Concessions). Pay via Event Brite (+0.52 fee) or call Leonie at the theatre to book your place on 020 7435 3648. Or buy on the night (Limited spaces).

Monday, 18 October 2021

10 days left to be part of this exciting new film

The film "Here, There and Everywhere" is due to be released in spring 2022 after a long journey of love and a couple of bumps in the road along the long and winding road to release.

What is “Here, There & Everywhere”?

“And in the end, The love you take, Is equal to the love, You make...” This film, following the spirit of those iconic lyrics, is the ultimate love letter to the band. Made with, by, for and about Beatles fans, “Here, There & Everywhere” celebrates the love affair people of all cultures and generations have had - and continue to have with the FAB4. 

 Why is my support needed?

Your support is needed and vital to help the film cross the finish line. The crowdfunding campaign is well underway, but Simon Weitzman, (the director) needs a little help from his friends. 

The other supporters of the film are people you know and love.  Not just the famous like Mark Lapidos, Dave Bedford, Bruce Spizer, and Jude Kessler. The film is full of music, features, interviews and many well known and familiar faces that you will know from those wonderful events we all go to like Beatle Fest, Beatleweek, Abbey Road on the River, etc.  

There is less than two weeks left to the crowdfunding campaign.  So your help is needed now!

You can find out about the film, watch the trailer and donate at

 Every contribution helps complete this movie and bring it to you and Beatles fans around the world. (There is no risk as your funds will only be taken once they’ve reached the total funding goal, which guarantees the film can be completed.) 

You can pre-order the digital download for the film or DVD and Blu-Ray (all individually numbered), which also includes your name in the end credits of the film and includes the digital download. If you love collecting unusual things and want to help the film you can claim the many unique perks on offer or even just help with whatever you have for a shoutout on our website. The main campaign runs until October the 28th. 

Head over to Indiegogo now to find out more and support this unique film made by fans for fans.

Watch the testimonials below to learn more and here the director Simon himself talking about this project.

'Here, There & Everywhere' Testimonials from Andy Lee on Vimeo.

Simon Weitzman on the influence of The Beatles from Andy Lee on Vimeo.

Tuesday, 12 October 2021

Be there and be part of Here There and Everywhere

 Here is your opportunity to be part of an incredible documentary film!

Here, There & Everywhere

A love letter to The Beatles from their fans. (Two hour documentary feature film)

This is an incredible opportunity for Beatles fans around the world.  Until now there have been many films about The Beatles, but this film is different.  It tells the story of the fans behind The Beatles.

Without their fans, The Beatles wouldn't have been the sensational phenomenon that they were.  The Beatles were the best band ever, but had the fans not reacted the way they did and continue to do half a century later they would have been just another band.

And Beatles fans are special.  The Beatles lasted less than a decade as a band, but half a century later, their fans live on creating friend networks around the world, attending festivals, tributes, and more.

Simon Weitzman's Here There and Everywhere Film is being made by fans for fans about the fans. Plus it is being funded by fans!  

You can contribute any amount, even just a dollar/pound/euro to be able to say you were part of this project.  

Of course like all crowdfunding, you can snag some nice perks if you give certain amounts.  For £30 for example, you can get your name in the credits and a numbered copy of the final film.

Want to know more? Watch the clip below.  Ready to get in on the action? Click here 

Wondering who the team behind this project are?
Simon Weitzman is a network TV director who has also been involved in writing and producing books on The Beatles and their career. He has been working behind the camera on this project since 2017. Andy Lee is also a network TV director and editor with decades of experience and credits. David L Simon is the former head of Disney TV, Dreamworks TV and Fox Networks. Stuart Everett and Keith McCallum are accountants and fans. There has also been help and contributions from a world of fans. 

Do you have a Beatles story to tell?
We are still all ears. If you have a story or talent to share simply contact the team at 

Wednesday, 6 October 2021