These were The Beatles’ final two shows at this venue, which was later renamed the Apollo. They had previously performed twice at the venue, on 20 November 1963 and 14 October 1964.
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This was the second of two days The Beatles spent at Granada TV Centre in Manchester, during which they recorded their contributions to a television special, The Music Of Lennon & McCartney, which was first broadcast on 16 December 1965.
This was the first of two days at Granada TV Centre in Manchester, during which The Beatles recorded their contributions to The Music Of Lennon & McCartney, a television special first broadcast on 16 December 1965.
Studio Two (control room), EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith During this half-hour session George Martin oversaw the creation of a rough mono mix of We Can Work It Out.
The fifth date of The Beatles’ 1964 British tour took place at the ABC Cinema in Ardwick, Manchester.
Prior to their evening concerts at the ABC Cinema, The Beatles recorded an appearance for the Granada television programme Scene At 6.30.
The Beatles had a break from their Autumn Tour, and spent the afternoon at the Granada television studios in Manchester filming a performance and interview for the Late Scene Extra and Scene At 6.30 programmes.
The Beatles performed two shows at Manchester’s ABC Cinema on the 16th date of their 1963 Autumn Tour.
This was The Beatles’ third appearance on this Granada Television show. They mimed to She Loves You at Manchster’s Granada Television Centre.
The Beatles were filmed for a second day for the BBC documentary The Mersey Beat, produced by Don Haworth.
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.
The Beatles recorded shows 11 and 12 of their BBC radio series Pop Go The Beatles on this day at the Playhouse Theatre in Hulme, Manchester.
This was The Beatles’ only appearance on the BBC radio show The Beat Show, which was broadcast on the BBC Light Programme service on 1pm the following day.
Following their appearance in Stockport, Cheshire, The Beatles drove 10 miles to the Southern Sporting Club in Manchester for their second show of the night.
The Beatles’ only appearance at the Odeon Cinema on Manchester’s Oxford Street was the twelfth date of the group’s UK tour with Roy Orbison.
The Beatles mimed to From Me To You on the live television programme Scene At 6.30, broadcast in the north of England.
The Beatles appeared five times on the BBC Light Programme’s radio show Here We Go (initially known as Teenager’s Turn – Here We Go). This was the final occasion.
This was the last of The Beatles’ live shows at the Oasis Club in Manchester.
This was the second time The Beatles performed at this club at 64 Fountain Street, Manchester; the first was in November 1961.
This was the second of The Beatles’ two Manchester bookings on this day, which overlapped with their performance on the People And Places programme.