Despite their perceived rivalry in the media, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were good friends who often socialised together. On this evening George Harrison and Mick Jagger, along with Jagger's girlfriend Chrissie Shrimpton, went to the nightclub Dolly's in London.
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The day after The Beatles' final UK concert took place in Cardiff, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison had a meeting to discuss the group's third film project.
The Beatles' final two London concerts took place before hugely enthusiastic audiences.
The Beatles played four concerts in London over two days during their final UK tour. The first two took place at the Hammersmith Odeon on this day.
The day before their 1965 UK tour began in Glasgow, The Beatles and their equipment were driven to Berwick-upon-Tweed on England's border with Scotland.
Room 65, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Engineer: Norman Smith The Beatles had recorded 12-Bar Original on 4 November 1965 for Rubber Soul, but it was never seriously considered for the final cut. On this day, however, a mono mix was made for the group's personal collections.
The day after The Beatles were interviewed by BBC presenter Brian Matthew for Saturday Club, John Lennon and George Harrison again spoke to him for another radio show, Pop Profile.
The Beatles returned to the BBC Aeolian Hall in central London to record an interview for the corporation's radio show Saturday Club.
Harrods, the luxury department store in Knightsbridge, London, opened especially for The Beatles on this evening to allow the group to do their Christmas shopping away from fans.
Studio One (control room), EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith With recording for Rubber Soul completed on 11 November 1965, all that was left to do were final mono and stereo mixes, and the deciding of the running order.
With their 1965 tour of North America complete, The Beatles flew back to London on the evening of 1 September. They landed at London Airport (later renamed Heathrow) the following morning.
The Beatles left England at midday to fly to America to begin their second tour of the United States.
The Silkie, a folk group signed by Brian Epstein to NEMS Enterprises and managed by Alistair Taylor, recorded a version of The Beatles' You've Got To Hide Your Love Away on this day at IBC Studios in London.
The Beatles spent much of this day rehearsing at the Saville Theatre in London. The theatre was run by Brian Epstein's NEMS Enterprises.
On behalf of him and John Lennon, Paul McCartney accepted five Ivor Novello awards during a luncheon at the Savoy Hotel on the Strand, London.
The Beatles flew back to England from Barcelona in Spain on this morning, following their nine-date 1965 European Tour.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith The Beatles recorded two Larry Williams songs on this evening, both of which were initially intended for Capitol Records, their label in North America. Dizzy Miss Lizzy and Bad Boy had been in the group's live set since their Cavern Club days.
After a day spent filming scenes for Help! in London and Twickenham, The Beatles saw an evening performance by Bob Dylan at London's Royal Festival Hall.
The Beatles filmed a number of scenes for Help! on this day, in London and St Margaret's, Twickenham.
The exterior shots of the Help! scene in which The Beatles sought refuge in a London pub were filmed on this day.