Beatlemania struck the nation when the band appeared on Sunday Night At The London Palladium on ITV in October 1963. Suddenly, four ordinary boys from Liverpool couldn't take a step out onto London's streets without cause mass hysteria. It certainly seems that The Beatles had a lot of fun with their fame in London if these photos are anything to go by.
Premiere of A Hard Day's Night at the London Pavilion, 6 July 1964 Source Old Pics Archive Rooftop gig, Savile Row, 1969 Source London Historians Source Reliableindex Source Nytstore The Beatles smile as they display the Member of The Order of The British Empire medals presented to them by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, 1965 Source Denverpost The Beatles filming A Hard Day's Night at Marylebone station, 1964 Source Pinterest The Beatles at the BBC Source Philly Source Facebook Outside Abbey Road Studios, Source Jim Said Hello A classic Source English Online Source Californiatailor Source Nme A charity discovered rare pictures of The Beatles at an event with orphaned children Source Liverpoolecho The Beatles in Wapping Source Old London Take 2 Source Whudat Fans chase The Beatles into Marylebone station, 1964 Source Pinterest The Beatles dressed as Eskimos, Hammersmith Odeon, December 1964 Source Parade The Beatles in the canteen at the Playhouse Theatre Source Pinterest The Beatles' last live performance together on the rooftop of Apple Records, 1969 Source Classic Pics The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios, 1963 Source Time Source Thelondonbluebird The Beatles' last live performance together on the rooftop of Apple Records, 1969 Source Classic Pics Source Pinterest Being interviewed backstage at the Lewisham Odeon, 1963 Source Boroughphotos Street art from Camden, drawn with chalk on the pavement Source London
Last Updated 13 July 2017