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|Gerry Marsden appears at hotel that honors Brian Epstein|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Thursday, 10/24/13 3:50 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Last Tuesday, Channel 5's The Hotel Inspector TV series in the UK featured Epstein House, a charming 8 room hotel in Anfield, right behind Liverpool's Anfield Stadium. Gerry Marsden, of Gerry and the Pacemakers, and Sam Leach were in attendance.
Also attending the event was the Liverpool Lord Mayor Gary Millar who took a strong interest because he co-owns a recording studio and has produced several albums.
|Gerry Marsden and Patrick Duggan at Epstein House|
Epstein House, originally the home of Brian Epstein's grandparents, features one of the largest private collections of Brian Epstein memorabilia outside of the Epstein family. Acquired over many years by Epstein House owner Patrick Duggan, the memorabilia exhibition also includes a model of a proposed Brian Epstein memorial statue.
Brian's grandparents, Isaac and Dinah Epstein, lived at the house for over 20 years. Brian's father, Harry, grew up here and Brian was a frequent guest as a young child when his parents Harry and Queenie visited Brian's grandparents many times.
|Epstein House in Anfield|
The theme of the hotel is "Brian Epstein, the man who made the Beatles". No doubt, Brian's grandparents would be extremely proud of Brian's success, and that their former home has been transformed into a celebration of all things Brian and Beatles. Epstein House is a great value for the money, and it is a new "must-visit" for any Beatles fan coming to Liverpool.
Epstein House is located at 27 Anfield Rd, Liverpool. For more info visit their official website or ring them up at 07810-100-900.
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