Fans watching The Beatles at the Cavern Club, Liverpool, early 1960s. “They’d keep their rollers in and jeans for the first groups. Then when it got near the time for the Beatles to come on, if there was a gang of four, say, they would go off in turns to the Ladies with their little cases to get changed and made up. When the Beatles came on they looked as if they’d just arrived.” (Maureen Cox)
Liverpool Monuments: Beatles, John Lennon (1) Liverpool's Cavern Club is the cradle of British pop music. Impressively, 55 years after its foundation, it survives and thrives as a contemporary music venue. Where the Beatles frequently performed in the early days.