The Beatles’ first contract with manager Brian Epstein – marking the start of their transformation into world-conquering pop band – is going under the hammer.
Richard Curtis will host a special screening of his new film Yesterday at Latitude.
Long-lost footage of a Beatles performance is to be shown for the first time in more than 50 years.
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 rare and controversial Beatles record once belonging to John Lennon has sold at auction for £180,000.
New York Police Department log books for the officers given the task of protecting The Beatles from hoards of screaming fans as they conquered America have gone on show.
Will.i.am has launched an impassioned defence of playing Michael Jackson’s music with a comparison to the Holocaust.
George Harrison’s sitar was damaged in an “unfortunate accident” at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
A Beatles record owned by John Lennon and dubbed one of the band’s rarest could fetch £136,000 when it goes under the hammer.
Pink gave a show-stopping performance at the Brit Awards, ending with her fists raised in defiance.
Director Sir Peter Jackson is making a “fly-on-the-wall” film on The Beatles using “never-released” footage filmed just months before the band split.
The Greatest Showman soundtrack has inched closer to taking over a charts achievement by the Beatles with their Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
Police are investigating a break-in at Sir Paul McCartney’s London home.
A psychedelic landscape which the Beatles wanted on their Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album is going under the hammer.
A plaque has been unveiled in Dublin to mark two Beatles concerts 55 years ago.
The sound of Dundee’s forgotten guitar hero Jim Kelly is being heard again on a new album.
The Beatles’ ground-breaking release Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band has been named the most popular British album of all time.
Record producer Quincy Jones has described the Beatles as the “greatest songwriters that ever lived”.
Cilla Black’s son has said the 1960s sensation and TV presenter wanted to be “remembered as a singer”.
Sir Paul McCartney has described a “wonderful experience” he had with two “hookers” while in the Beatles.