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|London Beatles Day this Sunday|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Wednesday, 07/06/11 7:30 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
The Summer London Beatles Day takes place this weekend, Sunday, 10 July at the usual venue, the now rebranded superb 4 star Doubletree Hilton Hotel (formerly the Bonnington & Park Inn Hotel) at their newly refurbished Ground floor convention centre.
There will be a top selection of Beatles Dealers, with amazing selection of everything Beatles from Badges to Signed Albums and Rare Memorabilia. They will also have for this show a special Beatles Authors Forum where four authors of recently published Beatles books will talk about their books and answer fan questions in detail. This is your chance to quiz the experts on that fab four fact you were unsure of and purchase a dedicated signed copy of the book.
There will be a licensed bar, cafe and cooked food and snacks offered on site, easy ground floor access for disabled people, remember there is no congestion charge in London on Sundays, free street parking nearby, easy walking distance to the Oxford Street.
First held in 1990, London Beatles Day attracts some of the country's leading dealers, and fans from across the world. The convention caters for anyone looking to buy, sell or trade items connected to the Fab Four, or those who just want to meet fellow enthusiasts.
The Doubletree Hilton West End is located on Southampton Row, London WC1B 4BH. Doors open at 10 am to 4:30 pm.
Come and support the only London Beatles Day organised by fans for fans, it's always a great day out with like minded Beatles people.
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