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Saturday, 9 November 2013

Beatles On Saturday






SATURDAY 9 NOV


Beatles Anniversary Windows

A stunning display of the suits worn by The Beatles during their promo tour for A Hard Day’s Night, instruments and other original Beatles memorabilia.
All day | Arnotts, Henry Street & Middle Abbey Street | Free

Music, CD & Record Fair

Vinyl, CD, DVD and Memorabilia Fair –browse, buy, sell and exchange. Free valuations with Beatles Days. With ‘pop-up’ live music performances. In association with Irish Records Fairs.
10.30am-6.30pm | Filmbase, Temple Bar | Free to Dublin Beatles Festival ticket holders/€2 (two days)

Ha’penny Flea Market 1960s Extravaganza

Beatles Days, Vintage Men and Women’s Clothes, Contemporary Crafts, Books, Vinyl Records, Vintage and Handmade Jewellery, Vintage Hair Styles, Art, and Photography at Dublin’s our favourite weekly vintage market, the Ha’penny Flea. Free valuations of your vinyl, CDs and Beatles memorabilia by Beatles Days.
12.00pm-6.00pm | The Grand Social, Lower Liffey Street | Free

The Beatle Plays | Lennon V McCartney and John Lennon’s Last Day by Stephen Kennedy

Lennon v McCartney: Take your side. Who is greater – John Lennon or Paul McCartney? This short play definitively sorts out the old argument once and for all. Well …  sort of.  Performed by James Murphy and Jonathan Judge.
John Lennon’s Last Day: A powerful docu-theatre piece featuring Seamus Brennan as the Narrator with projections and rare audio clips for an immersive journey through the strange and tragic events of John Lennon’s last day.
12.30pm-1.30pm | Twisted Pepper, Middle Abbey Street | €10 |www.entertainment.ie/dublinbeatlesfestival

Walk The Beatles

Taking in the city-centre venues visited by The Beatles on 7 November 1963, guide Terry Saunders will share the stories of that culture-shifting night.
Weather dependent. Limited availability – register in advance by emailing dublinbeatlesfestival@gmail.com.
1.00pm-2.00pm | Depart the Oval, Middle Abbey Street | Free

Talk The Beatles | John Lennon’s Original Quarrymen in conversation with Tony Clayton-Lea (Irish Times)

John Lennon’s first band formed in Liverpool in 1956-57, which evolved into The Beatles in 1960. Hear about those heady days and ask your own questions.
2.00pm-3.00pm | The O’Sullivan Suite, Gresham Hotel, O’Connell Street | €5 | www.entertainment.ie/dublinbeatlesfestival

Talk The Beatles | Beatles Author Colm Keane in conversation with Tom Dunne (Newstalk)

Colm Keane’s book The Beatles: Irish Concerts is considered the ‘bible’ of The Beatles concerts and encounters in Ireland in 1963. Ticket price includes a copy of The Beatles: Irish Concerts.
3.30pm-4.30pm | The O’Sullivan Suite, Gresham Hotel, O’Connell Street | €8 | www.entertainment.ie/dublinbeatlesfestival

Sadie Saturday

Contemporary and tribute bands, DJs, art and memorabilia across four areas. Music includes: John Lennon’s Original Quarrymen (England), The Choking Smokers (France), Johnny and the Moondogs (England), O Emperor (Ireland) and The Louisiana 6 (Ireland). DJs: Rob Smith (Hot Press) and ShotGun! Art: Graphite Beatles artist Georgina Flood (Ireland) creating a new Beatles portrait live. Memorabilia: Beatles Days (England).
7.00pm-2.30am | The Grand Social, Lower Liffey Street | €20 |www.entertainment.ie/dublinbeatlesfestival


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Beatles pose at Dublin Airport

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