Beatles fans will be given the chance to relive the days of 64’, as the Halifax hotel the band stayed in will open up the famous rooms for a day to mark the 50th anniversary.
Holdsworth House, Holmfield, is opening up the doors and rebuilding the bed that Paul McCartney slept on for a Beatles-themed afternoon tea on October 21, from 2pm to 6pm.
The event, organised by The Charity Dreamgirls, will showcase the music history, with live music and VIP treatment for the guests - with everyone receiving a goody bag. The event will raise funds for a lesser known charity that will be announced soon.
Tickets cost £25 and for more information, visit www.charitydreamgirls.co.uk.