1963

Live: Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth

This was the fifth of The Beatles’ six consecutive dates in the English seaside town of Bournemouth. They played two houses on each night. Also on the bill were Tommy Quickly and Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas.

UK single release: She Loves You

In case there was any doubt that The Beatles were a bona fide UK phenomenon by August 1963, the release of their fourth single went beyond all expectations.

Live: Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth

This was the fourth of The Beatles’ six consecutive dates in the English seaside town of Bournemouth. They played two houses on each night. Also on the bill were Tommy Quickly and Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas.

Television: Day By Day

On the day that the front cover photograph for their second album With The Beatles was taken by Robert Freeman, the group recorded an appearance on the TV show Day By Day.

Live: Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth

This was the third of The Beatles’ six consecutive dates in the English seaside town of Bournemouth. They played two houses on each night. Also on the bill were Tommy Quickly and Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas.

Editing, mixing: With The Beatles

Studio Three (control room), EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith The Beatles’ previous session for their second album had taken place on 30 July 1963. Three weeks later George Martin began overseeing the editing and mixing of songs completed so far.

Live: Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth

This was the second of The Beatles’ six consecutive dates in the English seaside town of Bournemouth. They played two houses on each night. Also on the bill were Tommy Quickly and Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas.

Live: Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth

The Beatles embarked on another six-night residency at a seaside town on this day. This time it was at the Gaumont Cinema in Bournemouth.

Live: Princess Theatre, Torquay

This was The Beatles’ only concert appearance in the seaside town of Torquay, England. They performed at the Princess Theatre on Torbay Road.

Television: Summer Spin

The day after their final concert in Llandudno, north Wales, The Beatles drove to the Alpha (ATV) Studios in Birmingham for an appearance on Summer Spin, the summer version of Thank Your Lucky Stars.

Live: Odeon Cinema, Llandudno

This was the last of six consecutive dates in the north Wales seaside resort Llandudno. They played two houses on each night. The shows began at 6.30pm and 8.50pm, and tickets were priced at 4/6d, 6/6d and 8/6d.

Live: Odeon Cinema, Llandudno

This was the fifth of six consecutive dates in the north Wales seaside resort Llandudno. They played two houses on each night. The shows began at 6.30pm and 8.50pm, and tickets were priced at 4/6d, 6/6d and 8/6d.

Live: Odeon Cinema, Llandudno

This was the fourth of six consecutive dates in the north Wales seaside resort Llandudno. They played two houses on each night. The shows began at 6.30pm and 8.50pm, and tickets were priced at 4/6d, 6/6d and 8/6d.

Live: Odeon Cinema, Llandudno

This was the third of six consecutive dates in the north Wales seaside resort Llandudno. They played two houses on each night. The shows began at 6.30pm and 8.50pm, and tickets were priced at 4/6d, 6/6d and 8/6d.

Television: Scene At 6.30

The Beatles drove from Liverpool to Granada TV Centre in Manchester to record two performances for the Scene At 6.30 show, a current affairs magazine show broadcast to England’s northern ITV region.

Live: Odeon Cinema, Llandudno

This was the second of six consecutive dates in the north Wales seaside resort Llandudno. They played two houses on each night. The shows began at 6.30pm and 8.50pm, and tickets were priced at 4/6d, 6/6d and 8/6d.

Live: Odeon Cinema, Llandudno

This was the first of six consecutive dates in the north Wales seaside resort Llandudno. They played two houses on each night.

Live: ABC Theatre, Blackpool

This was the third of five concerts by The Beatles between July and September 1963 at the ABC Theatre in the Lancashire seaside resort of Blackpool.

Live: Springfield Ballroom, Jersey

The Beatles concluded their five nights of concerts in the Channel Islands with a fourth concert at Jersey’s Springfield Ballroom. Their total earnings for the trip were £1,000.

Live: Springfield Ballroom, Jersey

Following their sole concert on the island of Guernsey the night before, The Beatles flew back to Jersey. In the evening they gave the third of four concerts in Jersey. The promoter was Les De La Mare, who paid £1,000 for the five Channel Islands bookings.