FANS of The Beatles who caught them perform at Port Sunlight's Hulme Hall back in the 1960s are being asked to come forward for a starring role in a tribute show.

World famous Beatles tribute The Mersey Beatles are playing the same towns, cities and venues the original Fab Four did during the days of Beatlemania and will perform at Hulme Hall on October 31.

The band performed at the village hall around four times, most famously on August 18, 1962 when Ringo Starr made his debut as the band's new drummer.

Now The Mersey Beatles want to hear treasured stories and memories from fans of John, Paul, George and Ringo when they played in Port Sunlight in 1962 so they can project them onto a screen at their Hulme Hall show.

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Formed in 1999, The Mersey Beatles made up of Mark Bloor (John), Steven Howard (Paul), Craig McGown (George) and Brian Ambrose (Ringo) were once the resident band at The Cavern Club for more than a decade and have toured the world many times over.

Mark said: “All our shows are a massive celebration of the best band and best music ever made and audiences always play a huge part in the experience.

"We like people to get up on their feet, dancing and joining in.

"For this, our biggest ever UK Tour, we are playing the same venues and towns the Fab Four played back in the days of Beatlemania.

"We want as many of those fans who were at the original gigs to relive those golden days.

"And what better way than to capture their stories and memories and include them as part of the show?

"So, if you were at the original gigs, or your parents or grandparents were, then please get in touch. We’d love to hear those stories and share them at each show."

Please email your memories of The Beatles in Wirral to

Tickets for The Mersey Beatles show at Hulme Hall are on sale now from or