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Beatles Walking Tours of London!

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Magical mystery tour – Beatles walking tour with Richard Porter

It was a fantastic tour that was very insightful and enlightening. It featured very famous sites such as Abbey road and the Apple records building on Savile Row as well as more peculiar sites that would be invisible to the untrained eye. Richard is a fantastic tour guide who has a wealth of knowledge about the beatles as well as the culture of the sixties. Very interesting stories, aided by his booklet of photos relevant to each site. As an avid Beatles fan this was amazing but dont worry if you aren’t the biggest beatles fan, you will still enjoy this insight into the biggest band ever and the culture they both grew in and shaped.

For more details of my tours go to http://www.beatlesinlondon.com

August 8th 2018 Cross Abbey Road 49 Years to the Minute Since the Beatles!

The Beatles crossed Abbey Road at 11:30am on August 8th 1969 for the photo shoot for their new album cover. Since then, millions of other people have done the same. Join us to cross Abbey Road exactly 49 years to the minute since the Beatles, at 11:30am from August 8th 2018. The cast of the Beatles musical,  ‘Let it Be’ will be there – dressed as the Beatles were on that historic day. The cast will be there from 11am.

Not long to the 50th anniversary!!

We will also be crossing Abbey Road later that day on my London Beatles Walk – full details at http://www.beatlesinlondon.com

A rather famous album cover :>)

Paul McCartney ‘Secret event’ at Abbey Road Studios Tomorrow

Paul McCartney’s ‘secret London event’ will be at Abbey Road Studios on Monday 23rd July. I was outside the Studios at lunchtime today, and saw huge cameras being set up in car park. Then, this evening, many crates of equipment were being taken into the studios, with the MPL logo clearly displayed.

As yet, I don’t know the time of the event, or what actually is happening. However, as cameras were being set up in the car park, it seems that at least some of it will be outside the studios.

More when I get it :>)

cameras being set up at Abbey Road Studios today

Good Day Sunshine on London Beatles Walks

It will be a ‘Good Day Sunshine’ on my London Beatles walks this weekend, as London will be basking in high summer temperatures.

We have the Beatles ‘In My Life’ walk on Saturday at 11am from Marylebone Station and the Beatles ‘Magical Mystery tour’ on Sunday at 11am from Tottenham Court Road Station. Full details at http;//www.beatlesinlondon.com

MayDay MayDay – New Start Time for Beatles In My Life Walks

From May 1st – the Beatles ‘In My Life’ walk starts at 11am, every Tuesday and Saturday, from outside the main archway entrance of Marylebone Station.

There are places I’ll remember’ – The Beatles ‘In My Life’ tour of London. 
A walking tour of some of the major Beatles sites in the Marylebone area of London; including where the opening scenes of a Hard Day’s Night were filmed; the apartment where Ringo Starr, Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon and Yoko Ono all lived; the house where Paul McCartney dreamed ‘Yesterday’; and a tube ride to St John’s Wood to see Abbey Road Studios and cross the famous Abbey Road Crossing.

You can book for the tour at https://www.funzing.com/sd/EatGVX
or just turn up and pay on the day.

More details of this, and my other tours, at http://www.beatlesinlondon.com

‘Guide to the Beatles’ London’ Book Now Available

The sixties were a fun time when everything came together, and London was fab – it really was then, … it was really jumping. And there were The Beatles and the pirate radio stations and all that, and a general loosening up. Of course the war had gone by then and rationing had finished so people started throwing their legs in the air and having a good time. It was a good place to be, around London, in the sixties.Kenny Everett, DJ and producer of the Beatles Christmas records

About the Book

 

  • walking tour of Beatles sites in Central London and also details of sites further out from the centre
  • maps and directions how to get there
  • an essential souvenir of the London Beatles walking tours, plus an independent guide to many more Beatles places in London not visited on the tours
  • scores of previously unpublished and rare photos, including The Beatles at their homes and in Abbey Road Studios
  • stories from people who worked with the Beatles, including Alistair Taylor, Brian Epstein’s personal assistant, top record producer Alan Parsons and top DJ Kenny Everett
  • written by Richard Porter – professional Beatles tour guide, former editor ‘Off the Beatle Track’ magazine and renowned Beatles expert
  • unique content and professional design make it an ideal momento of your trip to London, or a special present for your Beatle fan friend!

 

Contents: The book is divided into the followings sections

 

  • The Story of The Beatles in London. A chronological history from their first visit to London to their break-up.
  • A walking tour of The Beatles London. A three hour walking tour around major Beatles locations in Central London.
  • Drive My Car. Other Beatles locations in and around London.
  • Further Information for Beatles Fans. More information of use to Beatles fans coming to London.

 

Places included in the book include Abbey Road Studios, the former Apple building at 3 Savile Row, the Beatles homes, offices, recording studios and many others. However, the book is more about the people that frequented the buildings, rather than the buildings themselves.

 

  • find out what John Lennon was doing outside some public toilets in 1966
  • discover which famous Beatles song was recorded in a studio next to a strip club
  • learn how some ladies tights saved an important Beatles event
  • uncover who were the Apple Scruffs featured in the George Harrison song

To order the book click here