London • Thursday, December 24, 1964

ConcertBy The Beatles • Part of the 1964 Christmas Shows
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London
Location:
Hammersmith Odeon

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The Beatles perform a sketch dressed in 'Eskimo' costumes at 'Another Beatles Christmas Show' at Hammersmith Odeon in London on 24th December 1964. Left to right: Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, John Lennon (1940-1980) and George Harrison (1943-2001). Crédits: Mark And Colleen Hayward

The Beatles perform a sketch dressed in ‘Eskimo’ costumes at ‘Another Beatles Christmas Show’ at Hammersmith Odeon in London on 24th December 1964. Left to right: Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, John Lennon (1940-1980) and George Harrison (1943-2001). Crédits: Mark And Colleen Hayward

Hammersmith Odeon

This was the 1st concert played at Hammersmith Odeon.

A total of 28 concerts have been played there • 1964Dec 24thDec 26thDec 28thDec 29thDec 30thDec 31st1965Jan 1stJan 2ndJan 4thJan 5thJan 6thJan 7thJan 8thJan 9thJan 11thJan 12thJan 13thJan 14thJan 15thJan 16thDec 10th1973May 25thMay 26thMay 27th1975Sep 17thSep 18th1979Sep 14thDec 29th

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Rob H 1 year ago

I was there!... the only time I saw the Beatles live; indeed the only "pop concert" I (born in 1946) have ever been to. What a memorable show it was! And yes - girls really did throw their knickers onto the stage as they (not the girls, the Beatles) sang.
Remarkably, the trip was organised by our local (Grazeley, just south of Reading, Berks) vicar, What a remarkable evening out it was....


The PaulMcCartney Project 1 year ago

WOW, thanks Rob, sharing your memories !


Va T 1 year ago

I also went to the 1964 concert with my sister Sue and a friend. Our parents took us with another couple but the parents sat separately. I was eleven and my sister was nearly thirteen and I can only imagine how so lucky we were to see the best band in the world at that young age.



JANEAN COMPTON 1 year ago

Its funny, I landed up with 2 tickets framed from this concert on the 29th of December 1964 which my dad had framed, also with a copy of the Merseyside's Own Entertainment Mersey Beat beside it... and My Bonnie 45 rpm.... very nostalgic to think my dad at that time was 26 years old. Very cool, his daughter ....


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