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|Special 20th Anniversay London Beatles Day this Sunday|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Wednesday, 03/17/10 6:54 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Appearing at this year's London Beatles Day, this Sunday, March 21, will be Beatles biographer Hunter Davies, original Quarryman Rod Davis, star of Beatles films Victor Spinetti and Beatles aide and Apple Films producer Tony Bramwell.
|Actor and Beatles' pal Victor Spinetti|
In addition, Beatles Day will welcome David Bedford, author of the new acclaimed book Liddypool - Birthplace of the Beatles. David will be happy to sign the book for you at the event. Also at the show will be Eric Krasker from France with his new English language book, The Beatles Fact & Fiction - 1960-1962, previously only published in French, now in English after overwhelming demand. Eric will discuss the book be signing as well.
There will also be a larger dealers room for this special event, with everything Beatles offered for sale, including records, CDs, books, magazines, posters, autographs, DVDs and anything and everything Beatles to suit all budgets!
The venue is at where it started 20 years ago, now re-named The Park Inn Hotel (formerly The Bonnington Hotel) in Southampton Row, London. The doors open at 10am til 5pm, admission on day is only ?5 (concessions for children). Parking is free in surrounding
roads by the hotel.
For more information, call either 07801 564622 or 07785 923695, or visit www.beatlesdays.com. A splendid time is guaranteed for all!
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