Experience Beatlemania at the Lighthouse

If you never got the chance to see the Beatles live, attending a premiere of Ron Howard’s documentary film The Beatles: Eight Days a Week is the next best thing. The Lighthouse Cinema is running a premiere of the film including Live Red Carpet from the London premiere on Thursday the 15th of September. Doors open at 6pm with a reception and Live Red Carpet onscreen. The Red Carpet closes at 6:45pm and guests are seated. The film begins at 7:00pm. Tickets can be purchased here, get em while they’re hot.

Ron Howard’s film explores the Beatle’s touring years spanning from 1962-1966 in which the world was first exposed to the phenomenon that came to be known as Beatlemania. They were among the first celebrities to be mobbed in the way that celebs such as Robert Pattison and Justin Bieber experience daily. Find out why with this intimate exploration of the British boys. The film provides an all-access pass to the Beatles lives on tour, the evolution of their music and their legacy. Be one of the first to see this once in a lifetime film and feel like a Beatle yourself at this wonderful premiere. You’ll be glad you did.



Jess Dunne
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Jess is an English with Film grad with a healthy respect for the big Blockbusters and other such entertainment 'fluff'. Who says pleasures have to be guilty?


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