Brian Epstein's life celebrated
Epstein: The Man Who Made The Beatles is the highly anticipated production about one of the world’s most successful music entrepreneurs, Brian Epstein.
Brian of course discovered the _Fab Four _at the legendary Cavern club in the city and took them on to global superstardom.
Andrew Lancel (Coronation Street, The Bill, Queen as Folk) will take the lead role of Brian Epstein.
The play forms part of Liverpool’s 50th Anniversary of The Beatles, at the Epstein Theatre named after Brian. The play opens tonight and runs until the 1st of December.
(Pictures of Brian Epstein courtesy of Liverpool Echo and Kate Hickox)
A new play about The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein is opening in Liverpool this evening.
It tells the story of his life, from his early career with the band to his death in 1967. The production is running at the Epstein Theatre until 1 December.
Love Me Do is 50
It's 50 years since The Beatles released their first single, Love Me Do and changed pop history forever.
To mark the occasion 1200 people will perform the song in an effort to break the Guinness World Record for the most people singing s song in a round.
Fifty years since Beatles filmed
The Cavern Beatles are recreating the first time the Fab Four were caught on camera at the Cavern, by Granada TV.
It was 50 years ago today our cameras captured the Beatles at the famous venue, the only time they were filmed playing at the Cavern.