March 1961

Live: Aintree Institute, Liverpool

This was the 17th performance given by The Beatles at Aintree Institute, which was situated at Longmoor Lane in Aintree, Liverpool. It was put on by Brian Kelly for his Beekay Promotions.

Live: Grosvenor Ballroom, Wallasey

The Silver Beetles had played at the Grosvenor Ballroom in Liscard, Wallasey several times in 1960. This was The Beatles’ second show at the venue in 1961.

Live: Aintree Institute, Liverpool

This was the 16th performance given by The Beatles at Aintree Institute, which was situated at Longmoor Lane in Aintree, Liverpool. It was put on by Brian Kelly for his Beekay Promotions.

Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (lunchtime)

Although The Beatles had previously played three lunchtime shows at Liverpool’s Cavern Club, performances at the venue were not regular. However, this day was the beginning of a week of lunchtime sessions held at the club.

Live: Casbah Coffee Club, Liverpool

This was The Beatles’ eighth performance at the Casbah Coffee Club in Liverpool’s Hayman Green. The venue was owned by drummer Pete Best‘s mother Mona.

Live: Aintree Institute, Liverpool

This was the 15th performance given by The Beatles at Aintree Institute, which was situated at Longmoor Lane in Aintree, Liverpool. It was put on by Brian Kelly for his Beekay Promotions.

Live: St John’s Hall, Bootle

This was The Beatles’ third appearance at St John’s Hall in Bootle, at an event promoted by local teenager Dave Forshaw.

Live: Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool

This was The Beatles’ ninth show at Litherland Town Hall, where they had given a triumphant homecoming performance on 27 December 1960, following their first trip to Hamburg.

Live: Aintree Institute, Liverpool

This was the 14th performance given by The Beatles at Aintree Institute, which was situated at Longmoor Lane in Aintree, Liverpool. It was put on by Brian Kelly for his Beekay Promotions.