See “The Beatles: Hidden Gallery” at Carnegie Hall for FREE!
You can make your way to Carnegie Hall, and you don’t even have to have any talent (or pay to see the talent) to get in! For the next four Saturdays, the 30 recently-discovered photos of the “Fab Four” will be on display in Zankel Hall at Carnegie.
The exhibit, which calls London home, and has been traveling around the States, is finally in NYC. Previously only open to Zankel Hall event ticket-holders, the gallery is now open to the public so all of us broke-asses can go and get a close-up view. The black and white photos, shot by British photographer Paul Beriff, show The Beatles performing and chilling at a time when they were on the verge of superstardom. You may say to yourself, “But, wait, I’ve seen a hundred photos of the Beatles,” but the the difference, according to the the gallery site, is that after “their meteoric rise to fame, opportunities to photograph The Beatles became restricted to photo shoots and just a handful of approved photographers,” making these candid shots a unique experience.
The viewings run from 10:30AM-12:30PM, with FREE tickets available at the Carnegie Hall box office at 10AM, so shake off your Saturday morning hangover and bundle up to catch this exhibit.
“The Beatles: Hidden Gallery”
Every Sat from Nov. 26th – Dec. 17th
887 7th Ave.
[Central Park South]
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