After the release of Richard Curtis and Danny Boyle’s Beatles film Yesterday, Twitter users have been penning their own versions of the quirky plot.
Sir Ringo Starr has celebrated his 79th birthday, and offered his advice for staying fit and healthy – “don’t eat a lot of crap”.
A major retrospective of photography by Linda McCartney, curated by her family, has gone on display in Glasgow.
Ringo Starr is backing a Glastonbury Festival campaign for clean water.
Danny Boyle has spoken of his relief that his film using the music of the Beatles has received their approval.
K-pop superstars BTS channelled The Beatles as they performed on the same stage as the Fab Four during an appearance on a US talk show.
A car number plate once belonging to George Harrison that was first sold in return for free haircuts could fetch thousands of pounds when it is sold at auction.
One of the school books Sir Paul McCartney used as a teenager – featuring a doodle of a man smoking and a teacher’s critical comments – is going up for auction.
Sir Paul McCartney has paid tribute to his late Beatles bandmate George Harrison on what would have been his 76th birthday.
Ariana Grande has said she is “crying” after matching a chart record set by the Beatles more than 50 years ago.
A hard rock band from Sheffield has landed a surprise number one with their sixth album, Amo.
The Greatest Showman soundtrack has equalled Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’s record for weeks spent at number one – after spending 28 non-consecutive weeks in the top spot.
Here Comes The Sun has been named the most popular Beatles song of 2018, according to data about the UK’s music streaming audience.
More than 100 previously unseen photographs of the Beatles on the set of their 1965 film Help! could fetch up to £15,000 at auction.
John Lennon’s killer Mark Chapman has been denied parole for the 10th time.
The guitar that George Harrison was photographed wearing at The Beatles’ final appearance at The Cavern Club is to go under the hammer.
John Lennon’s sister returned to one of his childhood haunts as work started on a new visitor attraction and support centre.
Award-winning musical pioneer Nile Rodgers has been made a Companion of The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (Lipa).
It may have been about 57 years since Sir Paul McCartney first played the Cavern Club, but Liverpool’s love for the former Beatle has not dimmed a bit.
Beatlemania has returned to Liverpool as Sir Paul McCartney performed in the Cavern Club.