Beatlemania! The Walking Tour

A walking tour of Beatles locations in London 1961-65

Tour meets at Embankment Tube (Riverside Exit) Tube
Guided by Adam

✅= Tickets Available ❌ = Sold Out

2nd August 7.00pm (1900)
13th August 10.00am
29th August 10.45am
10th September 10.00am
8th October 10.00am
31st December 10.00am
Updated 18/06/21
Selected Themes, Artists, Periods & Genres
The Beatles, West End, theatre history, film history, social history, music facts & trivia, pop culture, show business history, sexuality & identity, music criticism & review, counterculture, the 1960s

Beatlemania! In search of The Fab Four in 1960s London

From the freezing blue winter of ’61/’62 to the Day-Glo threshold of the summer of love via the White Hot Heat of political, social and artistic upheaval. 

We’ll find The Beatles IN the 60s… as well as The Beatles AND the 60s

The Places…

Piccadilly Circus for the glamorous premiere of A Hard Day’s Night

The theatre where Beatlemania was born

The club where George & John took their first acid trip

The old HMV shop and a chance encounter for Brian Epstein that changed the path of pop culture

The Period…

The BBC and the pop music “ban”

The fall of a government under the weight of a sex scandal

The shock of modern architecture

The fashion

The protests

The People…

Beatles manager Brian Epstein – the tragic trajectory of The Fifth Beatle

Song publisher Dick James and the death of old Tin Pan Alley 

The Rolling Stones – friends or rivals?

Our tour covers the period 1961 to 1965 – it ends at the famous recording studio at Abbey Road.