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Brian Epstein - W1

Brian Epstein - W1 Brian Epstein - W1

Erection date: 29/6/1914

Inscription

Brian Epstein, 1934 - 1967, managed the Beatles and other artists from offices here, 1964 - 67.
The Heritage Foundation
SongLink International

The period that Epstein and his company, NEMS, occupied these offices was from the height of Beatlemania until shortly after Epstein’s death.

Site: Brian Epstein - W1 (1 memorial)

W1, Argyll Street, 5-6, Sutherland House

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Brian Epstein - W1

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The Beatles

George Harrison,  John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr.

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Brian Epstein

Beatles' manager and impresario. Born Liverpool. Homosexual and artistic, bri...

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Brian Epstein - W1

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Heritage Foundation

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