The Beatles' debut EP contained four songs taken from their debut album Please Please Me.
The Beatles performed at Margate's Winter Gardens on six consecutive nights, playing to two different 'houses' each time. This was the fourth day.
The third of six consecutive nights for The Beatles at Margate's Winter Gardens.
Although they were in the middle of a season of concerts at Margate's Winter Gardens, The Beatles travelled to London to record shows six and seven of their BBC radio series Pop Go The Beatles on this day.
This was the second of six consecutive days in which The Beatles performed at Margate's Winter Gardens. They performed to two different 'houses' each time.
The Beatles performed at Margate's Winter Gardens on six consecutive nights, playing to two different 'houses' each time.
The first of five concerts given by The Beatles at this venue in Blackpool, Lancashire. The group performed a series of dates in the seaside town between July and September 1963, either at the ABC or the Queen's Theatre, compèred by Carry On actor Jack Douglas. The ABC cinema closed in 1998 and subsequently re-opened... Read more »
This was the fifth of The Beatles' six live appearances at the Memorial Hall in Northwich.
The Beatles' second live appearance at the Plaza Ballroom in Dudley, following their show on 11 January 1963. Also on the bill were Denny and the Diplomats, a local band led by Denny Laine, who would later join The Moody Blues and Paul McCartney's band Wings.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith Following The Beatles'
This was The Beatles' only appearance on the BBC radio show The Beat Show, which was broadcast on the BBC Light Programme service on 1pm the following day.
Following the success of the first four editions of The Beatles' BBC radio show Pop Go The Beatles, the corporation decided to commission a further 11 editions. The first in this new run was recorded on this day at Studio Five in Maida Vale Studios, London.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith On this day The Beatles recorded both sides of their fourth UK single, which was released on 23 August 1963.