Paul's MPL offices on Soho Square.
Richard Porter telling us about Soho Square.
The Trident studios on St. Anne's Court -- where Hey Jude was
recorded, among others.
The gents' toilets in Broadwick Street featured in a sketch with John
Lennon on Not
only ... but also.
Carnaby Street -- the heart of 'Swinging London'.
The Beatles appeared on
night at the London Palladium in 1963. This was the event reported by
the press as being the start of Beatlemania when the fans went mad outside
These offices at 5-6 Argyll Street (next to the Palladium) belonged to Brian
Epstein and are where John famously told Maureen Cleeve in an interview that
the Beatles were more popular than Jesus.
3 Savile Row -- former home of the Apple corporation and studios. My visit
here was 36 years to the day since the rooftop concert which was to be The
Beatles' last ever public performance and was filmed for Let it Be.
The Bootleg Beatles did a
concert on the rooftop in 1999 to mark the 30th anniversary.
13 Masons Yard -- formerly The Scotch of St. James's -- a nightclub where
The Beatles (and many other rock stars) hung out and had their own table.
6 Masons Yard -- formerly The Indica Gallery, where John first met Yoko.
Abbey Road studios