The Beatles played two shows on 11 January 1963. The first was a lunchtime performance at the Cavern Club, Liverpool.
The Beatles played at Dingwall's Town Hall, in Ross-shire, Scotland, on 4 January 1963. This was the second stop on The Beatles' five-date Scottish tour of January 1963.
The Beatles began their first tour of 1963 with a performance at the Two Red Shoes Ballroom, Elgin, Scotland, on 3 January.
The Music Hall, a venue in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, saw concerts by many major acts in its time. The events were promoted by Lewis Buckley.
An evening performance at the Cavern Club, scene of so many Beatles shows in 1962. There was, however, one difference: the presence of Parlophone producer George Martin in the …
This was The Beatles' penultimate show at the Oasis Club on Manchester's Lloyd Street.
Brian Epstein had managed to get The Beatles onto the bill of Frank Ifield's two shows on this night at the Embassy Theatre in Peterborough, Northamptonshire. Unfortunately for all, …
This was The Beatles' first live show in Hull, Yorkshire, although they would perform there again three times.
The Beatles' second show at the Oasis Club on 45-47 Lloyd Street, Manchester, was also their second in the city.
Although The Quarrymen had previously performed at Liverpool's Grafton Rooms, this was The Beatles' first concert at the venue. They would play there four times in total, with the …
This was the last of The Beatles' four consecutive Monday night shows at the St Helens Plaza. The first had taken place on 2 July 1962.
The third of four consecutive Monday night performances at the Plaza Ballroom in St Helens, Lancashire.
Following their successful appearance on 25 June, The Beatles returned to the Plaza Ballroom for a second show.
Following their lunchtime show at the Cavern Club, The Beatles travelled to St Helens for their first of five performances at the Plaza Ballroom.
This was The Beatles first concert to be professionally organised outside the Liverpool area.
The Beatles ended 1960 with a performance at the Casbah Coffee Club in Hayman's Green, owned by drummer Pete Best's mother Mona.
The Beatles spent much of December 1960 despondent and with no money, following the disastrous end to their first Hamburg trip.
The Silver Beetles' final tour date with Johnny Gentle. The following day they arrived back in Liverpool, poorer than when they'd left, but with some valuable experience of playing …
The Silver Beetles' penultimate show as the backing band for Scouse singer Johnny Gentle was at the Regal Ballroom, situated on Leopold Street in Nairn.
The fifth date of The Silver Beetles' tour of Scotland with Liverpudlian singer Johnny Gentle.