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|Mark Lewisohn to appear Sunday at London Beatles Day |
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Friday, 10/18/13 2:01 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
This Sunday, Mark Lewisohn, author of the eagerly awaited book Tune In: The Beatles: All These Years, will be interviewed by Dave Ravenscroft as part of a questions and answers session at the London Beatles Day which takes place this Sunday, 20 October at The Doubletree by Hilton – London West End Hotel in Southampton Row. After the Q&A session, fans will have a chance to purchase a copy of Mark's new book and have him personally sign it.
Also, author Kevin Roach will be in attendance with his brand new book about George Harrison's family history. Kevin will discuss his new book plus and his previous book on Paul McCartney. And, special guest Rod Davis, Quarryman legend, will also be attending with a fine display of guitars.
The Fab Twins will be playing a few numbers around the show, and The Trembling Wilburys will also be playing a set during the afternoon. In addition, there will be the usual top selection of Beatles dealers from all over the UK offering an amazing selection of everything Beatles from badges to books to signed albums and rare original memorabilia, CDs, T shirts, and the greatest selection of Beatles vinyl records from around the UK & the world.
Admission to the Beatles Day is £5, doors open at 10am – 4.00 pm. It all takes place this Sunday, 20 October at The Doubletree by Hilton – London West End Hotel in Southampton Row, WC1 (formerly The Bonnington Hotel). For more information, visit www.beatlesdays.com.
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