The Beatles Story unveils new exhibition to mark 60 Years of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’

The Beatles Story unveils new exhibition to mark 60 Years of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’

The Beatles Story is celebrating 60 years of A Hard Day’s Night with a special exhibition and charity screening event of the movie, in partnership with Cavern City Tours (owners of The Cavern Club), Hard Days Night Hotel and Strawberry Field. 

Come face-to-face with pieces of original memorabilia from 1964, including a rare copy of the ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ album signed by all four Beatles, as well as original movie posters, lobby cards and cinema tickets. Plus, become immersed in recreations of key scenes from the movie – walk onto the platform at Marylebone Station and relive iconic clips.

The Beatles Story has also worked with tailor, Gordon Millings to recreate the silver-grey suits worn by the Fab Four in the final scenes of the movie using the original patterns drawn in 1964.

A Hard Day’s Night was released in the UK on July 10th 1964 and was the first Beatles album to consist of entirely original material. The film of the same name, which was released on 6th July, captures the band navigating a day of misadventures and the rise of Beatlemania.

The exhibition will be open to the public from 11th July 2024 and is included in the price of a standard Beatles Story ticket purchased online at

For £20, join them for their one-night-only charity screening of ‘A Hard Day’s Night at Odeon, Liverpool One on 10th July 2024 with refreshments included. All proceeds will be going to Strawberry Field. Get your tickets here.

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