The Days the Beatles Came to the East End Saturday 14th December 3pm & 7.45pm

In 1963 & 1964 Beatlemania hit The East End of London. For the teens in Leyton and Walthamstow those 3 days were full of excitement with scenes never seen before or since.

This musical cabaret will transport you back to those years and tell the fascinating story told by the people that were there… the promoter, the manager, the driver, the fans, the policeman, the usherettes, the journalist and of course a great Beatles band performing the songs that were played LIVE at both Leyton Baths and the Walthamstow Granada.

Come and relive a wonderful time.

Photo from Eventbrite entry

Seymour Place Entertainment (not known to Waltham Forest History and Heritage Network) is offering two performances, a matinee at 3pm (doors 2.30pm) and an evening performance at 7.45pm Doors (7.15pm). Tickets are available at £18.00 with Concessions (OAP, Children, Students) at £12.00. VIP table seating for groups of 4 (£80.00 per table of 4) https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-days-the-beatles-came-to-the-east-end-a-musical-cabaret-14th-december-leyton-great-hall-tickets-78208899925?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Leyton Great Hall is truly a great building, and it’s very good that an episode in our local history is being celebrated. Not so good that Leyton is called the East End.