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In response to the latest Government advice, The Beatles Story exhibition, Discovery Zone, Albert Dock Fab4 Café and Fab4 Stores plan to reopen on Monday, May 17th.

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In response to the latest Government advice, The Beatles Story exhibition, Discovery Zone, Albert Dock Fab4 Café and Fab4 Stores plan to reopen on Monday, May 17th.

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01st April, 2020

Do you want to be a Paperback Writer?

Do you want to be a Paperback Writer? Well now could be your chance!

In 1000 words or less, we’re asking Beatles fans to tell us exactly what they think of the Fab Four.

It could be an explanation of your favourite song, which lyrics resonate with you the most or even a look back at the time you got to see them perform live!

We’ll feature it on our website and share with our audience on social media to almost half a million Beatles fans all around the world!

It doesn’t matter if you’re a regular blogger or if you’ve never written before, we’re, looking for anyone and everyone to share their opinions on the Fab Four.

Email your stories, ideally in word format but copy and pasted into the email itself is fine, to info@beatlesstory.com and we’ll be in touch.

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