More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning.
And the rest of the day’s news, including some backwards Beatles.
Weekend news. From the obvious to the really rather obscure.
The Playboy Club opens its new gallery with an exhibition of iconic 60′s photography.
Londony trivia for a Monday morning.
Rumours emerge of a Fab Two (plus offspring) concert at the opening or closing ceremony.
A whistlestop tour through rock and pop history via the artwork of our Top 10 London album covers
The crossing in St John’s Wood, immortalised for posterity when four tousle-haired Liverpudlians walked across it one balmy day in 1969, has been granted Grade II listed status.
Photo / gary8345 A piano from Abbey Road studios, one whose ivories were stroked by at least a few of the Fab Four’s forty digits for the recording of a classic Beatles ditty, is to go on sale at an auction later this month. The …
Heritage body the National Trust are considering whether to rescue Abbey Road Studios from an uncertain fate. The St John’s Wood recording facility is likely to close after owners EMI announced their intention to sell. After rapid lobbying by the public, the National Trust are …
Photo / Misterweiss Abbey Road Studios, the staid Georgian townhouse in northwest London made famous by a certain quartet of Liverpudlians, is to be sold off by owner EMI. The troubled record company is kept afloat largely thanks to its copious Fab Four assets, and …