George Harrison was driven to the north of England on this day to pay a surprise visit to his family.
13 December 1965 is the likely date that Paul McCartney had his first experience with the drug LSD.
The Beatles all attended a party to celebrate the imminent opening of Lionel Bart's musical Twang!, which ran briefly at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London in December 1965.
On 13 September 1965 Ringo Starr's wife Maureen Starkey gave birth to their first son Zak.
The meeting of two great musical acts of the 20th century took place on this day: The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
The Beatles had been invited to beat poet Allen Ginsberg's 39th birthday party by mutual friend and Indica Gallery co-founder Barry Miles. Although few of the partygoers expected them …
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 Albert Hall.
Prior to the first recording session for Help! that afternoon, John Lennon passed his driving test in Weybridge, the town where he lived.
Twenty-two days after he proposed to her in the Ad Lib Club, London, Ringo Starr married Maureen Cox at the city's Caxton Hall Register Office.
At the Ad Lib Club above the Prince Charles Cinema in London's Soho, Ringo Starr proposed to his girlfriend Maureen Cox.
Ringo Starr's 10-day stay at London's University College Hospital came to an end on this day.
The day after George Harrison visited Ringo Starr in hospital, Paul McCartney paid a visit to the recuperating drummer.
Six days after his tonsils were removed, Ringo Starr was visited in hospital by George Harrison.
On 2 December 1964, Ringo Starr had his tonsils removed at University College Hospital, London.
Ringo Starr began his 10-day stay at University College Hospital, London on this day. He was booked in to have his tonsils removed, an operation which took place the …
On 28 August 1964 the future of rock 'n' roll changed forever, when Bob Dylan introduced The Beatles to cannabis.
On another day off from their first US tour, The Beatles paid a visit to Burt Lancaster's house to watch Peter Sellers' film A Shot In The Dark.
On the morning of 3 June 1964 Ringo Starr collapsed with tonsillitis and pharyngitis during a photo session for the Saturday Evening Post newspaper in Barnes, south London.
John Lennon left the filming of A Hard Day's Night in the morning to attend a literary luncheon held in his honour at the Dorchester Hotel, London.
After the day's filming at London's Scala Theatre, John Lennon attended a meeting with his father Fred. George Harrison and Ringo Starr were also present.