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From TheJournal.ie 'There was a riot...gardaí had to push people back': plaque unveiled to commemorate Beatles playing the Adelphi Cinema Beatlemania This post contains videos

'There was a riot...gardaí had to push people back': plaque unveiled to commemorate Beatles playing the Adelphi Cinema

The Fab Four played in 7 November 1963 for two Dublin concerts at the old Delphi Cinema.

From TheJournal.ie The deeds to Eleanor Rigby's grave could be yours for €22,000 Died In The Church

The deeds to Eleanor Rigby's grave could be yours for €22,000

According to the grave, Eleanor Rigby died in 1939 at the age of 44.

From TheJournal.ie Why 'Mad Men' Paid $250,000 To Use One Beatles Song Mad Money

Why 'Mad Men' Paid $250,000 To Use One Beatles Song

Quarter of a million dollars. For one song in one scene.

From TheJournal.ie Riots and mop-tops: The Beatles played Ireland 50 years ago today 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Riots and mop-tops: The Beatles played Ireland 50 years ago today

In 1963, the Beatles played in Dublin and Belfast – and today marks the 50th anniversary of that milestone gig.