The Beatles spent the week of Monday, August 12, through Saturday, August 17, 1963, performing concerts in Wales.
The Beatles began the week of August 5, 1963, headlining a Bank Holiday concert .
Beatles back in the studio
The Beatles spent the week at the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare.
Another incredibly busy and productive week for the Beatles
The Beatles began a week-long series of concerts at the Winter Gardens.
The Beatles entered Abbey Road’s Studio Two to record their fourth single, I’ll Get You.
The Beatles began the week of June 24, 1963, with a return to the Playhouse Theatre in London for another taping of the BBC radio show Saturday Club.
The Beatles began the week of June 17, 1963, with a return to the BBC to record another installment of their radio program Pop Go The Beatles
The Beatles began the week of June 10, 1963, with a series of club dates
The Beatles finished the final leg of the Roy Orbison tour.
The Roy Orbison tour continued for the week of May 27, 1963, with a Monday night concert at the Capitol Cinema in Cardiff.
The Beatles began the week of May 20, 1963, on tour with Roy Orbison, with a Monday night concert.
The Beatles began the week of May 13, 1963, with the knowledge that they now had the top single, From Me To You, and the top album, Please Please Me, in the U.K.
The Beatles were still on vacation during the week of May 6, 1963.
As April 1963 drew to a close, the Beatles were enjoying a well-deserved vacation.
After a rare day off, the group played the Floral Hall in Southport on Tuesday, April 23.
The third week of April 1963 for the Beatles was a mix of club dates, television appearances and prestigious concert appearances.
The Beatles spent the second week of April, 1963, promoting their soon-to-be-released third single, From Me To You.
The Beatles spent a good part of the first week of April 1963 recording songs for broadcast on BBC radio, affectionately known as the BEEB.