‘Deconstructing the Beatles: 1963’ screening includes history talk in Sewickley

Friday, March 6, 2020 | 12:13 PM

The remarkable story of the Beatles as they make music history with their first hit singles and albums is captured in the film ‘Deconstructing the Beatles: 1963’, screening at The Tull Family Theater on Sunday, March 8, at noon.

In late 1962, the group stepped into EMI studios for the first time, meeting producer George Martin and beginning an unparalleled recording career. Over the next 18 months, they would release four No. 1 singles (including ‘She Loves You’ and ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand) and two No. 1 albums.

This cinematic journey explores the music that launched Beatlemania around the globe. Before the screening, performer, music historian and award-winning Pittsburgh sound engineer Don Maue will share a 10-minute dynamic presentation, including why this is life-changing even to those not yet born in 1963.

Tickets for this Cultural Screening are available online at www.thetullfamilytheater.org or at the box office, 418 Walnut St., Sewickley.