The Beatles In London 1961 – 1965
A brand NEW Beatles tour for London! On Sunday 4th September we’ll be celebrating the 60th anniversary of Love Me Do.
Qualified, award-winning Westminster guide
“A great storyteller” Amanda B TripAdvisor
“Enchanting entertainer” sandraheuwels, TripAdvisor
“Very engaging guide… knew his stuff” PLowndes TripAdvsisor
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
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 BBC and the pop music “ban”
The fall of a government under the weight of a sex scandal
The shock of modern architecture
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.
Beatlemania with Adam was fantastic! I especially liked his playback of Beatles songs throughout the tour.
Elke Hirsch –
I really enjoyed the Beatlemania Virtual Tour with Adam on 5th October!! Not only did he give a creative, informative and vivid presentation, but he also entertained the participants with his version of Beatles songs, encouraging us to join in! I will be back for more walks – in London and online. Thank you, Adam!
Alex Thomson –
We had such a fantastic time doing this walk. We were transported back to 1960’s London for 2 hours of Beatles stories and no time machine needed just our tour guide Adam! Adam sets the scene so well, he’s a real story teller who has you spellbound right from the start all the way through to the end. Even the most ardent Beatles fan would come away from this walk knowing more about the personalities and the era and would have just had jolly good fun! We were very excited to visit Abbey Road. Despite living in North London for 26 years and being a Beatles fan, we’ve never visited before – the shame! It was so lovely to visit it on this tour and I’m glad we waited so that we could hear Adam tell us all about it and risk life and limb to take photos on the crossing. We didn’t want this walk to end and could have happily carried on another couple of hours!
Laura Pease –
Really good tour yesterday – Adam delivers incredibly well and shares a huge amount of information both for real Beatles devotees and people like me who love their songs but don’t know a great deal about the background. Will look out for more tours in this series. Thank you Adam for risking life and limb to take photos on the iconic Abbey Road crossing