Here, there and ev­ery­where

Catch a new film which ex­plores the ex­trao­d­i­nary tour­ing years of The Bea­tles

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - LEISURE -

THE Bea­tles’ fans will not want to miss a new film be­ing screened in Che­sham this month. The Bea­tles: Eight Days A Week – The Tour­ing Years is based on the first part of the Bea­tles’ ca­reer be­tween 1962 and 1966 and will ex­plore how John Len­non, Paul Mc­Cart­ney, Ge­orge Har­ri­son and Ringo Starr came to­gether. The ti­tle is taken from a 1964 hit sin­gle by the group.

The film will be shown at The El­giva in St Mary’s Way, Che­sham, on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 15 at 8pm.

The Bea­tles’ Ed Sul­li­van Show ap­pear­ance in 1964 caused their pop­u­lar­ity to ex­plode.

When the band stopped tour­ing, they had per­formed 166 con­certs in 15 coun­tries and 90 cities. Ron Howard’s film will ex­plore how John Len­non, Paul Mc­Cart­ney, Ge­orge Har­ri­son and Ringo Starr came to­gether to be­come this ex­tra­or­di­nary phe­nom­e­non, The Bea­tles.

It will ex­plore their in­ner work­ings – how they made de­ci­sions, cre­ated their mu­sic and built their col­lec­tive ca­reer to­gether – all the while, ex­plor­ing the Bea­tles’ ex­tra­or­di­nary and unique mu­si­cal gifts and their re­mark­able, com­ple­men­tary per­son­al­i­ties. The film will fo­cus on the time pe­riod from the early Bea­tles’ jour­ney in the days of the Cav­ern Club in Liver­pool to their last con­cert at Can­dle­stick Park in San Fran­cisco in 1966.

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