B28065 – The Beatles 1963 Royal Variety Performance Souvenir Programme (UK)
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About this item
A rare programme from The Beatles appearance at the Royal Variety Performance which took place in front of Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and Lord Snowden at the Prince Of Wales Theatre, London on 4th November 1963. The Beatles appeared seventh on a 19-act bill, performing ‘From Me To You’, She Loves You’, ‘Till There Was You’ and ‘Twist And Shout’. Before starting the final song John uttered the now famous words, “For our last number I’d like to ask your help. Would the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands? And the rest of you, if you’d just rattle your jewellery”. The 28-page programme is printed with images and information about the artists who performed along with information about the charity the event was in aid of and a selection of adverts. It measures 21cm x 29.5cm (8.25 inches x 11.6 inches). There is some creasing to the corners and the spine. The condition is very good plus.
It is accompanied by the original 1960s envelope in which it was sent to the recipient.
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