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Sunday, 10 November 2013

Beatles Sunday


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-6.00pm | Filmbase, Temple Bar | Free to Dublin Beatles Festival ticket holders/€2 (or free Sunday pass here)

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 |

The Ultimate Beatles Quiz

Funny, entertaining and baffling questions compiled by our resident Beatlemaniac, devised to appeal to Beatle beginners, radio-sing-alongers, and dedicated diehards for perfect Sunday afternoon entertainment.
2.15pm-5.00pm | The Workman’s Club, Wellington Quay | €40 for team of 4 |

Get Back: The Story of The Beatles

Charting the most important moments in the Beatles’ career to show how their music often followed the personal journey of the band, Get Back: The Story of The Beatles sets out to put you in the crucial moments in the Beatles’ musical journey. In association with the Dublin Beatles Festival.
7.30pm | Olympia Theatre, Dame Street | €25 |

Strawberry Sunday

Featuring international festival favourites Revolver (Scotland) and Johnny and the Moondogs (England), don’t miss this rousing Festival finale!
8.00pm-11.30pm | The Workman’s Club, Wellington Quay | €12 |

All the above information can be sourced here
Beatles at Dublin Airport

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