PLEASE NOTE: AT THIS TIME ALL MUSIC FAIRS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED AS PER GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
LONDON BEATLES DAY – AN OVERVIEW
The London Beatles Day has been attracting Beatles fans from all over the globe since 1990, Originally 2 shows a year were staged but due to increased demand this
was increased to the current 4 shows per year. This enables fab 4 fans to come along and buy and trade their “fab 4” items on a regular basis keeping their collections
updated, and of course to come along to meet all the other fans & collectors.
Since 2015 we have re-located the event to Ealing in the heart of West London, where we are very nicely settled at the Christ the Saviour Parish Church Hall (post
code /sat nav W5 2XA) with direct transport links to the West End and City of London and now the event is totally FREE to come in for all and offers easy disabled
access & cheap parking very close by… Why not come a long and see for yourself ?
Over the past two decades the event has attracted dealers from all over Europe, Japan, Canada and the USA and collectors from all these countries plus many more!!
We aim to attract the country’s leading Beatles dealers to our show, sometimes dealers from Europe attend and a vast range of merchandise is offered for sale, from
original items through to recently licenced new merchandise. Our dealers will also buy your unwanted Beatles items and offer you valuations.
Online purchasing & auctions are very convenient in the “rat race” world we now live in, but there is no better way than to come and see the item you are thinking of
We are very pleased to welcome Guests to the “London Beatles Day” – some we have known for many years now and consider our friends, some sadly no longer
Guests attending over past years include the original 5th Beatle, Pete Best; Freda Kelly, official fan club secretary; Hunter Davies, official authorised biographer; “Mr Fix
it “, Alistair Taylor; Quarrymen, Rod Davis & John Duff Lowe; Alf “Baby you can drive my car” Bicknell, Victor Spinetti actor the Beatles films, Brian Southall, Apple and
author, Tony Bramwell worked for The Beatles, as well as many authors who have used the event to launch their books.
We are always looking for “Beatles people” to come along and share their memories with us – our quest to track down these people is never ending!!
The London Beatles Day was founded in 1990 by Steve Holmes, Rob Batchelor, Keith Badman and Jason Hobbs
All in all the LONDON BEATLES DAY aims to ensure
A SPLENDID TIME IS GUARANTEED FOR ALL…………………………