Beatlemania! The Walking Tour

(1 customer review)

Embankment Tube, Villiers Street exit

Guided by Adam

Please note

You must reserve your place online for this walk. Select your date and time on the table below.

Walk Times

Day Walk Type Start Time End Time
2 May 2022 Special 7 pm 9.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
27 May 2022 Special 10.30 am 12.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
24 June 2022 Special 10.30 am 12.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
22 July 2022 Special 10.30 am 12.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
1 August 2022 Special 7 pm 9.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
19 August 2022 Special 10.30 am 12.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
4 September 2022 Special 2 pm 4.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
5 October 2022 Special 2 pm 4.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
11 November 2022 Special 10.30 am 12.30 pm Winter Reserve Online

 

Beatlemania!

The Beatles In London 1961 – 1965

A brand NEW Beatles tour for London!

Qualified, award-winning Westminster guide

Small, intimate groups ALWAYS GUARANTEED

“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

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.

NB. On December 31st 2021 & January 1st 2022 the tour will end at the old Decca Studios in West Hampstead to mark the 60th anniversary of The Beatles famous Decca audition and the start of the cycle of 60th anniversaries in the career of the world’s most beloved band.

1 review for Beatlemania! The Walking Tour

  1. 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

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