Prince of Wales Theatre

Dating back to 1884, the Prince of Wales Theatre has been known for its breath-taking shows, from musicals to classic plays.

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This private driving tour will take you on a journey to discover The Beatles' history by exploring some of the iconic landmarks where memorable events took place, and though the Beatles were originally from Liverpool, they called London home at several stages in their lives and careers.

On your private tour, you will:

  • Travel in the comfort of a private and iconic London Taxi;
  • Visit key hangouts and spots across London frequented by Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Starr;
  • See outside several flats and homes where the band members have lived throughout the city;
  • Pass by the Old Marylebone Town Hall, home to many celebrity weddings; 
  • Explore Marylebone Railway Station and discover where the opening scenes to ‘Hard Day’s Night’ were filmed;
  • Drive through the neighbourhoods where the Beatles lived, played and recorded their chart-busters, including the West End, Mayfair, Soho, and Piccadilly;
  • Pass by London Palladium, Trident Studios, Saville Theatre, and more! 
  • Pop in the London Beatles Store for a memorable photo opportunity;
  • Recreate the famous Abbey Road album cover as you stand on the crossing by Abbey Road Studios.

Celebrate one of the world's most successful rock and roll bands – on your private British invasion tour, which brings to you several of the Beatles' most famed places in jolly, old London.

Your driver-guide will pick you up in a yellow submarine - and by that, we mean traditional London London Taxi - at your hotel for a groovy Beatlemania Tour experience.

Join the Lonely Hearts Club Band and see where John, Paul, George, and Ringo stayed and played while in London.

On top of many fans, a wish list is the famous Studios on Abbey Road, and your party can re-create the famous Abbey Road album cover on that pedestrian crossing, where you can 'come together, right now over [this].'

You will wake up the next morning singing that, 'yesterday - all your troubles seemed so far away after enjoying one of the city's most popular tours.



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