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Frank Ifield gave the Beatles a big break in the sixties and he is returning to Liverpool in May to share intimate details of those heady days at an exclusive dinner in the city's four star Hard Day's Night Hotel.

The singer was the first UK based artist to have three consecutive number one hits and was approached in his dressing room at the Liverpool Empire by Brian Epstein who asked if his new band, the Beatles, could support him on tour. Frank agreed but ended up having to tell the band to turn their amps down – they were far too loud, he said. He will be remembering this and many other intimate details of the huge stars he has worked with over the years. He will also be telling exclusive stories that cannot be told in his theatre shows as they might be deemed a bit to racy for a general audience.

A limited number of tickets are available for a drinks reception and three-course dinner with Frank in the hotel's private dining room on June 5. There will be a chance for guests to ask the star questions and have their photograph taken with him.

The evening will be raising money for the hotel’s adopted charity – the Strawberry Field Appeal www.strawberryfieldliverpool.com.


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