The Beatles were filmed this morning descending the iron staircase at the back of the Hammersmith Odeon, which became the beginning of one of two Can't Buy Me Love sequences in the A Hard Day's Night film. Read more »
Most of the scenes for A Hard Day's Night were complete by this date, with a handful still to be filmed. On this day, The Beatles didn't appear on camera, but recorded extra dialogue to be dubbed onto the images. Read more »
The Beatles filmed scenes outside the Scala Theatre in London on this day, and also in the nearby Scala Street, Tottenham Street and Charlotte Mews.
The Scala Theatre was where the concert performance for A Hard Day's Night had been filmed on 31 March 1964.
The Beatles filmed studio and on-location scenes for the A Hard Day's Night film on this day, at Twickenham Film Studios and on the nearby Arlington Road. Read more »
The Beatles returned to Twickenham Film Studios on this day to film the production office sequences for A Hard Day's Night.
The Beatles returned to Twickenham Film Studios on this day to film the make-up room sequence of their debut feature film A Hard Day's Night.
The Beatles filmed the opening sequence for A Hard Day's Night on this day at London's Marylebone Station. Read more »
After spending seven days filming at London's Scala Theatre, The Beatles returned to Twickenham Film Studios. Read more »
On this day The Beatles filmed the press interview scenes at the Scala Theatre, London, for their debut feature film A Hard Day's Night. Read more »
The day after filming the concert performance sequence at the Scala Theatre, London, The Beatles returned to the venue to shoot the more scenes.
Following their four-day Easter break, The Beatles returned to London's Scala Theatre to film the concert performance sequence which marked the climax of the A Hard Day's Night film. Read more »
This was the last of four consecutive days spent filming at the Scala Theatre in London.
After this date The Beatles enjoyed an Easter break before returning to the Scala on 31 March. In between, John and Cynthia Lennon went with George Harrison and Pattie Boyd to Dromolan Castle in County Clare, Ireland. Ringo Starr spent the weekend at Woburn Abbey as the guest of Lord Rudolph Russell, and Paul McCartney remained in London.