The Beatles Venues – From First to Last!

The Beatles Rooftop Concert
The Beatles Rooftop Concert
The Beatles Rooftop Concert

Beatles Virtual Tour – Tonight, 24th January 2021

Join David Bedford and Richard Porter as they take you on a magical mystery virtual tour through some of the famous, and not-so-famous, venues that the Beatles played.

Starting at Quarry Bank School for their first performance and ending with The Beatles on the rooftop at Savile Row, you will see rare and previously unpublished photographs and stories, as well as a couple of rare video interviews too.

We are visiting:

Barnston Women’s Institute
  • Quarry Bank Hall;
  • New Clubmoor Hall;
  • Wilson Hall;
  • Philharmonic Hall;
  • Granada East Ham;
  • Granada Walthamstow;
  • Granada Woolwich;
  • The Morgue, Liverpool;
  • Lowlands;
  • The 2is Coffee Bar, London;
  • The Casbah;
  • Neston Institute;
  • Grosvenor Ballroom, Wallasey;
  • Grosvenor House, London;
  • Embassy Club, Wallasey;
  • Tower Ballroom, New Brighton,
  • Empire Pool, Wembley;
  • Pigalle Club, London;
  • Blue Gardenia;
  • Barnston Women’s Institute;
  • Hulme Hall;
  • Irby Village Hall;
  • YMCA Birkenhead;
  • Leyton Swimming Pool;
  • Gaumont Cinema, Kilburn;
  • Royal Albert Hall;
  • Majestic Finsbury;
  • Fairfield Hall Croydon;
  • Wimbledon Palais;
  • Astoria Finsbury Park;
  • Hammersmith Odeon ’63;
  • NME Poll Winners Party 1966;
  • Empire Theatre, Liverpool;
  • Hammersmith Odeon 1965
  • and Rooftop Concert, Savile Row.
The Beatles in concert

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Author: David Bedford

David Bedford grew up in The Dingle, attended the primary school that Ringo Starr did, before moving to Penny Lane, where his three daughters attended Dovedale Primary School, where John Lennon and George Harrison had previously attended. His first book, "Liddypool" was published in 2009, now in its third edition. His second book, "The Fab one hundred and Four" was published in 2013, and his third book, "Finding the Fourth Beatle" was published in 2018. He was also the Associate Producer and Beatles historian for the documentary feature film, "Looking for Lennon". He is working on several other projects at the moment,

2 thoughts on “The Beatles Venues – From First to Last!”

  1. You have missed a venue! After watching motor racing at Oulton Park a friend and I for some inexplicable reason went to a venue in Northwich (I have always called it a village hall) where the Beatles were performing. We were disappointed because Acker Bilk had or was to perform and we fancied seeing him???? It would be 1961 or 62 when I was working in Liverpool and did visit the original cavern but dont think I saw the Beatles there.

    1. That one is just outside of our Merseyside area. But the Northwich venue was well known for it’s gigs – you can see the posters online! Mr Acker Bilk was not quite the Beatles was he??

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