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The Beatles, playing at the Palais Ballroom, Queens Road in Aldershot on December 9th 1961. This was one of the first times the Beatles played in the South of England, and it was local promoter Sam Leach's idea to publicise Mersey groups in the South, in order to give top agents the opportunity of seeing them perform live. This was the first in a series of shows at the venue, and because the planned advertisement for the gig didn't appear in the local paper, only 18 people turned up!!

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The Beatles, playing at the Princess Theatre in Torquay in the UK on Sunday August 18th 1963. The group played 2 shows that night, and the support acts included The Fourmost, The Kestrels, Lynne Perri and American comedian Bob Bain.

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A great poster advertising "Another Beatles Christmas Show;" held at London's Hammersmith Odeon, in December 1964. The Beatles supporting cast included the Yardbirds, whose debut album, "Five Little Yardbirds," had been released a few weeks earlier.

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The Beatles playing at St. John's Hall in Snaefell Avenue, Tuebrook in Liverpool in 1961. The show was promoted by 'Casbah Promotions', which was formed by Mona Best who managed the Beatles for a short time. Mona was the mother of Pete Best, who played drums with the Beatles at the time.

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The Beatles, playing at the 'Memorial Hall' in Northwich in the UK on Saturday July 6th 1963, supported by The Cadillacs and The Psychos. The poster also advertises a forthcoming show featuring Gene Vincent, The Outlaws, The Denver Six and Danny Havoc and the Ventures.

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The Beatles, playing at the 'Music Hall' in Shrewsbury in the UK on December 14th 1962. Their first single, 'Love Me Do' had been released a couple of months before and was steadily climbing the charts. 3 days after this show, the boys made their first ever TV appearance. The next day they went off to play a 2 week stint in Hamburg in Germany for the sixth and final time.

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The Beatles, playing at the Town Hall Ballroom, Abergavenny, Wales on Saturday June 22nd 1963. John Lennon taped an appearance as a member of BBC TV's 'Juke Box Jury' the same day, and was then flown by helicopter to Abergavenny for that evenings 2 performances at the Town Hall.

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This poster advertises a show by The Beatles, playing at the Pavilion Ballroom in Buxton on April 6th in 1963, and were supported by the Trixons.

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The Beatles, playing at the Heswall Jazz Club, which was held at the Barnston Women's Institute, Heswall, in Liverpool in 1962. The Beatles were supported by another top Liverpool band at the time, The Big Three.

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The Beatles playing 2 shows at Candie Gardens, Guernsey on Thursday 8th August 1963. The group has flown to the Channel Islands to play shows on Jersey as well as Guernsey that summer.

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A great poster featuring The Beatles playing at the Kaiserkeller, Hamburg in Germany. The Kaiserkeller is located at 39 Grosse Freiheit, St. Pauli, Hamburg. It was opened by Bruno Koschmider on October 14th 1959. The first British band to play at the club was The Jets on 6th June 1960. They were so popular, Bruno quickly staged Derry and the Seniors and on 1st October 1960 Rory Storm and the Hurricanes. It was only 3 days after Rory Storm played the Kaiserkeller that The Beatles took to the stage on 4th October 1960. They played for 1 hour solid, then swapping with Rory Storm, and then back on stage. It was here that Klaus Voormann , Astrid Kirchherr and Jurgen Vollmer first watched The Beatles perform.

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A great poster advertising The Beatles, playing at the 'Subscription Rooms' in Stroud, Gloucestershire in the UK on March 31st 1962. Paul McCartney once described this gig as the worst in Beatle history, claiming that local Teddy Boys had thrown coins at them as they played. <

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A great poster advertising a show featuring The Beatles playing at The Royal Hall in Harrogate, Yorkshire, UK on the 8th March, 1963. The support acts that evening were Barry Corbett and his Mustangs, the Chinchillas and the Apaches.

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A great poster advertising The Beatles playing two shows on the evening of June 8th 1963 at the Winter Gardens in Margate. They were supported by Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas, Dean Rogers, Derek Roy, The Lana Sisters and the Pan Yue Jen Troupe. <

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