In Great Condition, Metal sign 18 x 4" ( 45 x 11 cms )
Lathom have sold off all memorabilia including the stage as they convert it to apartments ( that's today's plan, plans changes all the time) This sign was prominently displayed everyone would pass it.
The Beatles played at Lathom Hall on 11 occasions.
Lathom Hall was built in 1884 as a social club, and was situated in the Seaforth district of Liverpool. It later became a cinema, face cream factory, and stained glass window workshop, before becoming a dance hall in the 1950s.
For one night only, the group performed as The Silver Beats, for their first proper show for Liverpool promoter Brian Kelly
A vast collection of 'weird and wonderful' memorabilia from a music venue that hosted early Beatles gigs has sold for over £60,000.
Lathom Hall in Liverpool was one of the best known clubs on the Merseybeat music scene in the late 1950s and early 1960s and was later turned into a cross between Madame Tussauds and Planet Hollywood by current owner Brian Corrigan.
Over the past 30 years Mr Corrigan crammed the 19th-century hall full of music and movie memorabilia including several life-size mannequins of The Beatles,
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- Lathom Hall-Original Commemorative Plaque- The Beatles Played 11 Performances
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- Excellent (EX)
- 45×11 cm