The Beatles made their most important television appearance to date, with a place on the bill for the popular show Thank Your Lucky Stars.
The Beatles travelled 170 miles for a performance at the Invicta Ballroom in Chatham, Kent.
The Beatles’ second show of 11 January 1963, following their lunchtime show at Liverpool’s Cavern Club, took place at the Plaza Ballroom, Old Hill, near Dudley in Staffordshire.
The Beatles played two shows on 11 January 1963. The first was a lunchtime performance at the Cavern Club, Liverpool.
The Beatles’ second single was their first to reach number one. That is, according to some charts.
The Beatles performed in Liverpool on this evening for the first time in 1963, with a show at the Grafton Rooms, West Derby Road.
Although The Beatles had concluded their five-date tour of Scotland, they remained in the country to record an appearance on the children’s television show Roundup.
The Beatles’ January 1963 tour of Scotland drew to a close on this evening, with a performance at the Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen.
The penultimate date of The Beatles’ January 1963 tour of Scotland took place at the Museum Hall in Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire.
This was the second stop on The Beatles’ five-date Scottish tour of January 1963.
The Beatles began their first tour of 1963 with a performance at the Two Red Shoes Ballroom, Elgin, Scotland, on 3 January.
The Beatles had been due to fly from London to Edinburgh on the morning of 2 January 1963. Due to bad weather, however, their flight was changed at the last minute and they landed in Aberdeen instead.
In preparation for their impending Scottish tour, The Beatles flew back from Hamburg to London on 1 January 1963.