The Beatles performed at this London night club and restaurant on just this one occasion, following their first appearance at the New Musical Express Poll-Winners’ All-Star Concert in Wembley.
The Beatles were second on the bill for the New Musical Express 1962-63 Annual Poll-Winners’ All-Star Concert, held at the Empire Pool in Wembley, London. Topping the 14-act bill were Cliff Richard and The Shadows.
This was The Beatles’ only concert appearance in Frodsham, a market town in the county of Cheshire. They played at the ballroom at the Mersey View Pleasure Grounds, a popular destination for touring bands in the 1960s.
This was the second Mersey Beat Showcase, where Brian Epstein stable of performers travelled to a town or city to perform on the same bill.
On this day The Beatles topped the bill at the Royal Albert Hall, London, for a concert broadcast live by the BBC.
This was The Beatles’ first concert in Luton, Bedfordshire. They returned to the town on two subsequent occasions, but never to the Majestic Ballroom.
The Beatles mimed to From Me To You on the live television programme Scene At 6.30, broadcast in the north of England.
This was The Beatles only performance in the small market town of Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire. The concert took place at the Riverside Dancing Club in the Bridge Hotel.
The Beatles had a rare night off so, after their third appearance on the ITV show Thank Your Lucky Stars, they drove to Richmond to see a new group, The Rolling Stones, perform.
This was The Beatles’ third appearance on the ABC Television show Thank Your Lucky Stars. It was shown in most areas covered by the ITV network on Saturday 20 April 1963 from 5.50pm.
Although they had by this time made 11 appearances on regional and independent television programmes in Britain, this was The Beatles’ debut on the BBC, giving them a nationwide audience for the first time.
The Beatles headlined an eight-hour Rhythm And Blues Marathon at the Cavern Club on Good Friday, 12 April 1963.
This was The Beatles’ only concert in Middleton, Lancashire. It took place on the day their third EMI single, From Me To You was released in the UK.
The Beatles’ third UK single was released on 11 April 1963.
John Lennon‘s son Julian was born on 8 April 1963. However, The Beatles’ heavy work schedule meant that Lennon was unable to see his wife and son until this day.
This was the last of The Beatles’ 17 live appearances at the Majestic Ballroom in Birkenhead.
The Beatles performed twice at this London venue. The second occasion was on 23 October 1964.
Following their appearance on the BBC radio show Pop Inn, The Beatles went to Wembley Studios for a booking on the children’s television programme Tuesday Rendezvous.
The Beatles were in the BBC Paris Studio in London between 12.30 and 1.45pm for an interview on the BBC Light Programme radio show Pop Inn.
This was The Beatles’ only performance at this leisure centre on the High Street in Leyton, east London.