HASP promise you’ll love it - yeah, yeah, yeah!

The Beatles at the Royal Hall. (s) I have found the attached items among my late mothers letters and things and thought that with the royal hall refurbishments may be of interest to the people of Harrogate that were there when the Beatles came to the hall the dressing room is number one stage right as i know the hall quite well having been back stage with the deanery players many years ago.'the girls in the picture are Harrogate girls and the readers may recognise them selves if printed, I also have a photograph of the local band the coocamos I believe it was spelt like this.'I do hope this of interest to you 'Mr Terry Mason'242 woodfield road'Harrogate
The Beatles at the Royal Hall. (s) I have found the attached items among my late mothers letters and things and thought that with the royal hall refurbishments may be of interest to the people of Harrogate that were there when the Beatles came to the hall the dressing room is number one stage right as i know the hall quite well having been back stage with the deanery players many years ago.'the girls in the picture are Harrogate girls and the readers may recognise them selves if printed, I also have a photograph of the local band the coocamos I believe it was spelt like this.'I do hope this of interest to you 'Mr Terry Mason'242 woodfield road'Harrogate
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2012 is certainly the year that the 60s are making a nostalgic comeback!

It’s 50 years since the Beatles released their first single Love Me Do and their numerous hits are also delighting audiences at the spectacular musical production Let It Be which opened in London’s West End last month.

Radio 2 is currently featuring its 60s season marking the anniversary of the 1967 Summer of Love and a newly restored version of the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour film is set for release this weekend.

So Harrogate St Andrew’s Player are very much on trend with their latest production She Loves You! Yeah!

A brand new 60s musical, which will premier at Harrogate Theatre later this month. The show is set in Yorkshire and its story vividly depicts the life, characters and culture of the period, all set to the backdrop of the best of 60s music.

No 60s musical would be complete without a boy band and She Loves You! Yeah! is no exception.

Five young, talented actor/musician/singers feature as the budding band, The Cockroaches, keen to make their mark on the music scene.

One of their mums says: “I don’t think there’s much chance you’ll be mistaken for the Beatles just yet, love.”

Nevertheless Robbie on bass guitar, Benny and Jesus on rhythm guitar, Tony on drums and Joey on keyboard make a great sound.

She Loves You! Yeah! runs from Thursday, October 25 to Saturday, October 27 with evening performances at 7.30pm and a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.

Audiences are encouraged to come along in 60s gear to join the fun!

Tickets are available from Harrogate Theatre Box Office on 01423 502116 or online at www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk