Rare images of The Beatles go on display in Diss

Rarely seen photographs of the world's most successful band The Beatles will go on display in Diss this month.

The Beatles Picture Show, at the Old Stables Gallery besides Diss Corn Hall, will feature images by some of the most renowned photographers of the 1960s, including Norman Parkinson, Terry O'Neill, Frank Hermann, Michael Ward, Harry Benson and Astrid Kircherr - the latter of which photographed the Fab Four at Hamburg.

Screenprints of each Beatle by Robert Whitaker will also be shown alongside his images, and rare film posters and original cartoon cells from Yellw Submarine will be on sale.

The free exhibition will run from March 3 to 26.

An opening evening viewing will take place on March 3 between 6pm and 7.45pm, followed by a screening of biopic Nowhere Boy at 8pm, which tells the story of John Lennon's teenage years and the creation of The Beatles.

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