The Beatles’ second theatre tour of the UK, for which they shared a bill with singers Tommy Roe and Chris Montez, ended on this day with performances at Leicester’s De Montfort Hall.
This was the 20th and penultimate date of The Beatles’ 1963 tour of England with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez. They played at the venue on one other subsequent occasion, on 3 December 1963.
The Beatles’ first concert at the Odeon Cinema in Lewisham, London, was part of their tour with Chris Montez and Tommy Roe.
The Beatles’ first trip to Exeter in Devon, England, was the 18th concert on their 1963 tour with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez. The group’s setlist on this tour contained six songs: Love Me Do, Misery, A Taste Of Honey, Do You Want To Know A Secret, Please Please Me and I Saw Her Standing… Read more »
The 17th date of The Beatles’ tour of England with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez took them to Northampton, for a performance at the ABC Cinema.
Just over a month after they performed at Mansfield’s Granada Cinema on the Helen Shapiro tour, The Beatles returned for the final time, as part of the Tommy Roe and Chris Montez tour. Whereas in February the group were hoping the Please Please Me single would be a success, this time around they’d just released… Read more »
A triumphant homecoming show for The Beatles, who gave a performance at the Empire Theatre. It was their first performance in the city in over a month, and came in the same week their debut album Please Please Me was released.
As part of the Tommy Roe/Chris Montez tour of the UK, The Beatles made their first live appearance at the City Hall in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. They performed at the venue on three subsequent occasions.
A return to the Gaumont in Doncaster, Yorkshire, a venue The Beatles had previously visited on 5 February 1963. This occasion was part of their UK tour with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez.
The Beatles’ debut album was rush-released on this day to capitalise on the success of their singles Love Me Do and Please Please Me.
Shortly after recording their radio session for the BBC’s On The Scene, The Beatles drove to West Croydon for a concert at the ABC Cinema. It was part of their tour with Chris Montez and Tommy Roe.
The Beatles arrived at the BBC’s Piccadilly Studios in London in time for a 10am rehearsal for the BBC radio show On The Scene.
The 11th date of The Beatles’ UK tour with singers Tommy Roe and Chris Montez. Also on the bill were The Viscounts, Debbie Lee, Tony Marsh and the Terry Young Six.
This was the 10th concert of The Beatles’ 1963 tour of England with singers Tommy Roe and Chris Montez. The group performed on one other occasion in Cambridge, again at the Regal Cinema, on 26 November 1963.
As part of their UK tour with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez, The Beatles gave their only live appearance in Gloucester. They performed at the Regal Cinema on the city’s St Aldate Street.
This was The Beatles’ second and final appearance at the Embassy Cinema in Peterborough, Northamptonshire. It was part of the group’s tour with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez.
This was the second time The Beatles performed at Sheffield’s City Hall this month; the first had been on 2 March as part of their UK tour with Helen Shapiro.
The Beatles had been due to record a session for the BBC Light Programme radio show Saturday Club on 11 March 1963, but cancelled due to John Lennon‘s illness and a Radio Luxembourg appearance. They agreed instead to make a live appearance on this day.
Having missed three concerts due to illness, John Lennon was well enough to rejoin The Beatles onstage for both sets at Bristol’s Colston Hall.
John Lennon missed a third concert on this day due to his persistent cold. He rejoined The Beatles onstage the following night in Bristol.