New Beatles Photos


You never know what you’ll find cleaning up, unseen photos of The Beatles have been discovered by a children’s charity.

The pictures of the fab four were unearthed by staff at The Children’s Society.

They feature shots of the Liverpool lads visiting a children’s orphanage, during a break in filming for A Hard Day’s Night at London’s Scala Theatre in 1964.

The photos were located by chance, when a staff member was flicking through a fifty-year-old copy of the charity’s newsletter.

The children were joined by The Beatles to paint eggs for Easter, with a great percentage of the eggs resembling the moppy haired musicians.

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A spokesperson for the Children’s Society said:

“We were thrilled to discover these photos in The Children’s Society archive, showing The Beatles taking time out from filming A Hard Day’s Night to spend time with children from one of our children’s homes in London. We no longer run children’s homes but our work supporting disadvantaged children is as important now as it was when those photos were taken 50 years ago.”

Last week, Paul McCartney displayed never-before-seen photos on a giant screen during a farewell concert in San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. Have a look at some of the photos on Nova’s website here.