BRIAN EPSTEIN (1934–1967) — Kindly sponsored by Shaftesbury Plc and unveiled by the late Cilla Black.
Unveiled: 28th September 2010
Location: 13 Monmouth Street
Dubbed the 'fifth Beatle' by John Lennon, the legendary pop impresario and manager Brian Epstein worked with the defining acts of a movement that came to be known as The Mersey Sound.
Epstein's management company NEMS (named after his falimy's record shop, North East Music Stores) moved from Liverpool to its offices in Monmouth Street in 1963.
Among the artists managed by Brian Epstein were Gerry and the Pacemakers, Cilla Black and, of course, The Beatles.
The unveiling of this plaque by one of Epstein's protégées, Sixties pop royalty, Cilla Black, took place on 28th September 2010.
Worldwide coverage: https://sevendials.com/the-media/brian-epstein-plaque-coverage
Reception sponsored by the Firmdale Hotel Group and hosted by the Covent Garden Hotel.