Posts tagged with 'The Beatles'
As students embark on a new academic year Andrew Barker, Associate Director, Library Services at Liverpool John Moores University, reflects how one very special student, 60 years ago this month, started down a path which was to lead him to influences and friendships which changed his, and so many other lives, forever:
13 July 2017 by Laura
‘Gerry and the Pacemakers: Hit Makers and Record Breakers’, a collection of more than 30 photographs, opens to the public this Friday. Read more…
6 July 2017 by Paul Gallagher
The Beatles story was no romantic, overnight sensation. In those early years, slogging it, desperately trying to get a break, John Lennon all too regularly needed to raise the group’s spirits with the rallying cry of, “where are we going, fellas?” Read more…
6 June 2017 by Laura
So far we’ve seen diamonds fill the sky over Camp Hill; billboard memorials to Beatles manager, Brian Epstein, and a psychedelic mural on the side of disused grain silo and there’s even more to come during the run of celebrations for the 50th anniversary of ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club’s Band’. Read more…
29 June 2016 by Kay
Museum of Liverpool Curator, Sharon Brown tells us about her brushes with fame as a film extra in the city.
“My lovely Auntie Elsie worked at the Job Centre in Williamson Square and helped to recruit local people as film extras. This was how my best mate Alison and I appeared as extras in a number of films during the 1970s and 80s, including The Rutles.
‘The Rutles: All You Need is Cash’ was a parody of The Beatles, released in 1978. I remember filming at the Atlantic Tower hotel and the old Liverpool Airport, where we had to emulate screaming fans welcoming the band as they arrived.