Book Launch Saturday 7th April at WHSmith and other outlets
Harry Randall… I’ll be there!
Tim Phillips… Beatles Day 18 .it won’t be long yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah ,it won’t be long yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah .
The Rockitmen… We love playing at Beatles Day
Sam Rosewell… I’m there!
Pauline Richards… Be there or be square!!!!
Trevor Lyward… I got a sgt pepper 12 inch picture record beatles never been played
Chris Barrett… It’s in my diary. It’s a real highlight of the year. Seeing so many friends. Pete Prescott is a hero. I wasn’t even grey when I played on it first. Here’s to many more. 🍻👍😀😎
Alan Esdaile… Always the biggest music event in Hastings.
Tim Moose Bruce… Im there with Eclipse.
Joe Knight… It’s a great chance to get to see some GREAT TALENTED PEOPLE PERFORM Looks like a great line up again.
Kevin Burchett… ill be there as normal
Alan Esdaile… Not long to go now. Don’t forget The Beatles Day Stand will be in Hastings Town Centre on Fri 31st March and Sat 1st April. Where you can get tickets, badges, raffle tickets, t-shirts and programmes to plan your day.
Dawn Wildman… £23,000 raised already for Macmillan Cancer Support! There’s still plenty of time to get down here to join in with the fun!
Alan Esdaile… Excellent, the place is buzzing and you still got time to join us, with lots more great bands to play.
Tony Davis… A great Beatles Day yesterday. I introduced bands and artists on the acoustic stage from 12 noon to 5pm and then down to the Sussex Hall until the end at 10pm. Only managed to see a little bit on the main stage but thought Kid Kapichi were great. Lots of reports about the main stage and the amp fire so must have been an exciting day for my pals Andy Gunton and Dawn Wildman down there. I always enjoy introducing bands but was really pleased yesterday to introduce Benjamin Davis and Caitlin Merison on the acoustic stage and my friends The Kavemen (Chris Rigden) on the Sussex Hall stage. It was a day, however, tinged with sadness as I introduced Benjamin’s band Mania for their last gig. So good luck in the future. I’m sure we’ll all keep in touch and perhaps some of you will occasionally play together in the future. What always pleases me about Beatles Day is the number of young performers that appear like 13 year old Charlie fronting the band Charlie’s Angels. Great voice. Thanks to everybody that played and supported the event but most of all thanks to Pete Prescott who once again did a great job putting it all together.
100’s and 100’s of comments and photos coming in, so please check out the Beatles Day Facebook page and website. Latest total awaiting confirmation is over £25,000.
photos supplied by http://www.hastingsbeatlesday.org.uk
Pete Prescott… Fantastic poster from Cliff. A lovely day. Rick and Jane Pentecost had a busy day. Food times !
Jon McCallion… Looks good.
Beat the queues…. On Friday 25th and Saturday 26th March 2016 there will be a Beatles Day stall in Priory Meadow, Hastings where you can buy your tickets, t-shirts and raffle tickets! So why not beat the queues and get them in advance. Tickets are £12.50, £7.50 for children aged 5-14 years or £30 for a family ticket which admits 2 adults and up to 3 children aged 14 and under. Raffle tickets are only £1 each with 100 prizes up for grabs. Come along and show your support for Hastings Beatles Day and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Alan Esdaile… favourite songs difficult as so many to choose but I would properly go for, A Day In The Life, And I Love Her, While My Guitar Gently Weeps and Don’t Let Me Down.
Peter Millington… The Night Before, Taxman
Tim Moose Bruce… Dear Prudence.
Jim Breeds… Depends on my mood. And the weather. And how many coffees I’ve had. And I usually find it’s the track that I’m listening to at the time. 🙂
Sheila Maile… Pretty Rita Meter Maid, all you need is love, I wanna hold your hand. In fact I love all Beatles songs.
Sam Rosewell… Top five in no particular: And I Love Her; For No one; Helter Skelter; Twist and Shout; Rain. There are many, many more….
Steve Amos… Tomorrow never knows, Fool on the Hill, Penny Lane, Rain…
Robert Searle… I feel fine , Please Please Me.