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21st February, 2020

She Loves You! Ladies are invited to pop the question at The Beatles Story this leap year.

Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of The Beatles Story, 2020 is also a leap year meaning that Saturday 29th February, the day women can traditionally propose to their partner, is just around the corner.

Located on the historic Royal Albert Dock, The Beatles Story is encouraging women to take this opportunity to pop the question in one of the iconic, romantic areas within the award-winning exhibition; the perfect proposal spot for any Beatles-crazy couple.

Having hosted proposals and even weddings in the past, the idyllic setting of the ‘Imagine White Room’ or the Replica ‘Cavern Club’ could be the perfect place for the ladies to get down on one knee. 

Any guests who pop the question will be treated to a complimentary glass of celebratory fizz and be offered an exclusive photo opportunity on the Cavern Club stage or at the white piano in the Imagine Room. These areas are both normally out of bounds to the public, giving couples a unique chance to capture their special moment.

The Beatles Story Marketing Manager, Diane Glover, hopes the incentive will empower women visiting the award-winning attraction: 

“The Beatles Story is a forward-thinking and interactive experience for everybody to enjoy, so having our visitors go against traditions is something we welcome and encourage.”

“The Beatles were pioneers in both music and culture themselves, so we want fans to follow in their footsteps and go break the mould.”

If you’re interested in popping the question at The Beatles Story this leap year, please get in touch with The Beatles Story on info@beatlesstory.com

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