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Now & Then: Beatlemania returns to King's Heath on 10 & 11 Feb 2024

Updated: Jan 9

Come  along and help us celebrate the 61st Anniversary of The Beatles  Birmingham debut at the now sadly burnt down Ritz Ballroom in King's  Heath, Birmingham. Originally booked to appear at the Ritz on 11 January  1963, The Beatles were prevented from reaching the venue by blizzard  like conditions so the gig had to be re-arranged for 15 February. But  the owners Ma & Pa Regan were not unhappy. They had persuaded Brian  Epstein not to up their fee even though "Please Please Me" was now No.1  in the charts!  

On Saturday 10 February

Doors open at 7 pm

at Kings Heath Cricket & Sports Club

for top tribute act The Beatles Sound who will play hit after hit after hit in a fantastic show. They are the only active Midlands based  tribute that have headlined on the mainstage at the World Famous Legendary Cavern Club, Liverpool where the original Beatles made their  name The band have lovingly created a brilliant night of The Beatles  music that celebrates all the hits of when the four lads from Liverpool  shook the World into Beatlemania. The attention to detail is second  to none. All songs are performed 100 percent live with no pre-recorded  backing music exactly to the original records using all the iconic  authentic Beatles instruments and amplifiers.   Gone are the gimmicky wigs and costumes as the show really is all about the music! It's  all about The Beatles Sound, especially when it comes to their  recreation of the legendary combined harmony lead vocals of Lennon &  McCartney! Book now as the event is likely to sell out quickly!

Tickets cost just £9 plus booking fee from

£12 on the door

Unreserved all seated venue with small fee paying car park at the rear of the club off Alcester Road South

On Sunday 11 February

Doors open at 2.30 pm

at Cartlands Tea Rooms at King's Heath Park House

for an All You Need Is Love Session featuring a fantastic selection of local musicians performing their favourite Beatles songs including acoustic duo Acoustica, the blues soul of Blue Silk, the sensational Peters plays Lennon and the young talented vocalist Matilda Pratt who has sung before thousands at Twickenham!

Book now as the event is likely to sell out quickly!

Tickets cost £6 from Cartlands, £6.60 from

£8 on the door

Unreserved all seated venue with free car park off Vicarage Road.

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