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.
The Beatles continued their participation in the Tommy Roe & Chris Montez tour during the week of March 18, 1963.
On Tuesday, March 12, 1963, the Roe/Montez tour resumed with a show at the Granada Cinema in Bedford.
On Tuesday, March 5, 1963, the Beatles recorded their third single at Abbey Road Studios.
The Beatles hard work, consisting on television, radio and concert appearances, was beginning to pay off.
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After playing their last lunchtime concert at the Cavern on Monday, February 4, 1963, the Beatles were back on the road with the Helen Shapiro national tour.
The Beatles started the week of January 28, 1963, with a Monday evening concert at the Majestic Ballroom in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland.
Vee-Jay Records was promoting Please Please Me.
In America, Vee-Jay Records was preparing Please Please Me and Ask Me Why for single release.