Abbey Road opens doors to iconic studio used by The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Kate Bush

There will be two presentations in Studio Two on March 10

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London's Abbey Road Studios are set to welcome members of the public into the legendary Studio Two, which has been used by The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Kate Bush.

Two talks will take place on March 10 as part of the studio's 80th anniversary celebrations. Led by Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan, authors of Recording The Beatles, the pair will deliver an audio visual presentation entitled 80 Years of Recording at Abbey Road Studios using archive photos, film and audio.

It will cover recordings made in the studio by Sir Edward Elgar, The Shadows, Peter Sellers, Helen Shapiro, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Hollies, The Zombies and Kate Bush as well as film scores recorded in Studio Two, such as those for the movies Star Wars, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.

Vintage equipment used in the recording of classic tracks and albums will also be on display.

Tickets are on sale now and cost £75. There will be two presentations on March 10, one at 10am and another 3pm.

To check the availability of 80 Years of Recording at Abbey Road Studios tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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