Another 5 star review on Trip Advisor :>)
“Best Beatles Walk
If you are a Beatles fan then you will love touring London with Richard P! My family had the pleasure of joining Richard on the Beatles “In My Life” walk and enjoyed every moment. The tour is very informative and hits many great spots such as John and Yoko’s home, film locations for Beatles movies, and ends at Abbey Road. Richard is knowledgeable, projects well so you can hear every word he says, and takes great care to make sure the tour stays safe and together when walking down the streets of London. I want to go back to London just to experience more tours with this company!”
For more on my tours see http://www.beatlesinlondon.com
Richard Porter is a fantastic Beatles Guide in London
We met Richard at 2PM and spent 3.5 hours with him on a private tour. I thought I knew a great deal about The Beatles but Richard certainly added to that knowledge. We truly enjoyed our time together and the way that Richard conducted the tour. Just wonderful.
Book your private tour at http://www.beatlesinlondon.com
Old Marylebone Town Hall will re-open for weddings in early 2018. This historic building on the Marylebone Road saw 3 Beatles’ weddings: Paul married Linda here in March 1969; Ringo married Barbara in April 1981; and Paul married Nancy in October 2011. Many Beatles fans have got married there too – including yours truly, who married Irina there in June 2004!
The building has been closed for a few years for complete renovation, and has just re-opened with part of it being the London Business School. The Registry Office will re-open early next year.
We go to Marylebone Town Hall on my London Beatles Walks http://www.beatlesinlondon.com
Happy Birthday to us! The Beatles in London Blog was first published on 19th September 2006.
Thanks to all our readers for a great year. Keep on coming back as we will be bringing you lots of exciting news soon!
Walkers on my London Beatles tour had a nice surprise today when we saw Tommy Steele go into the London Palladium. Showbiz legend Steele has appeared the the famous theatre more than anyone else, and was being filmed by ITV for a documentary on this iconic venue. They also filmed part of my talk – so I hope that’s included too!
At the end of the tour, we saw James McCartney in St John’s Wood.
For more details on my London Beatles walk, see http://www.beatlesinlondon.com
Paul McCartney was visiting Abbey Road Studios regularly in 1995 to supervise the compilation of the Beatles Anthology CDs. He often stopped to sign autographs for fans, but in this special day he stayed for about 20 minutes chatting to fans, and signing for everyone. Here are some of the photos I took that day:
The London Walks, Beatles Walks promo film is now live! It was great fun to film, and I hope you enjoy the show!
I’d like to thank you on behalf of the group and ourselves, and I hope we passed the audition.
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If booking a private tour, ask for Richard Porter as your guide.
On 21st July 1969, the Beatles began recording ‘Come Together’ in Studio 3 at EMI Studios, Abbey Road.
You can come together with other Beatles fans at Abbey Road on my London Beatles Walks! http://www.beatlesinlondon.com