Every week the stars of "the Mersey Sound" can be heard jamming at the Lathom. Here is a glimpse of what you can expect when you visit this Fab venue. The fabulous Undertakers popped in August and rocked the joint.
History of The Lathom
The Beatles played the Lathom Hall way back in 1960 and on the 14th May Crosby promoter Brian Kelly booked them as The Silver Beets. Also on the bill that night were The Dominoes and The Deltones with a ticket price of 3 Shillings and Sixpence. They made a total of 14 appearances over the next months, before leaving for their historic journey to Hamburg.
The hall is a hidden gem and a unique shrine to the age of Rock’n’Roll. It boasts an amazing collection of memorabilia and décor from the golden period of rock through the Merseybeat era of the early 60s and beyond.
Visiting the Lathom
Entrance is from £1, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. As well as the feb music and the amazing memorabilia, there’s a large dance floor, ample comfortable seating and the drinks are reasonably priced. If you’re either a native of Liverpool, or simply a visitor looking for the genuine article – don’t hesitate to pay The Lathom & Mersey Rats a visit.
For enquiries regarding booking the venue, please call Brian Corrigan on 0151 928 6378
For Mersey Rats contact Dave Jamieson on 01942 601359