A Special tour of the King Edward Hotel to celebrate

The Beatles 50th Anniversary Sunday Sept 7, 2014


Come join me and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the Beatles in Toronto on Sunday September 7 where it all happened at the fabulous King Edward Hotel where the Beatles spent the night after performing 2 sold out concerts at Maple Leaf Gardens.

Our tour will start at noon in the lobby of the famed hotel and will include a visit to suite #869 the same suite the Fab 4 stayed in, 50 years ago to the day September 7 1964!

The tour will also include a behind the scenes tour of the hotel including a rare visit to the abandoned Crystal Ballroom and a book signing of The Beatles Canadian Discography by famed Beatles historian Piers Hemmingsen. This historic signing will be held in the 'Beatles suite' where we will also end the tour with a singing of our favorite Beatles tunes. 

Come and be part of history!

-This Event is now SOLD OUT-

This tour is by reservation only and is limited to 25 people. The cost is $25 cash per person with an extra cost of $44 (plus tax) for afternoon tea following the tour in the grand lobby of the hotel. 

So come join me for this once in a lifetime Beatles tour Sunday September 7 starting at noon!

For reservations please email or phone:

$25 per person (afternoon tea extra)

bruce.bell2@sympatico.ca or call 647-393-8687



C'est What Show

Join me at C'est What Nightclub and Restaurant at 67 Front Street East on the SE corner of Front and Church Sts in the heart of the St Lawrence neighbourhood, for my ongoing History of Toronto Show including the history of local theatre; Toronto's great lost buildings and the people who made Toronto the great city it is today, plus a lively Q&A following each show-$20 per person show only. 

-Next Show TBA- 

Phone 647-393-8687 or email bruce.bell2@sympatico.ca for reservations

$20 per person- Show only-cash at the door

Come early for dinner, doors open at 6pm (7:30pm showtime) check out www.cestwhat.com for dinner menu and to make a dinner reservation 

C'est What 67 Front Street


Front and Church 1898



St Lawrence Market c1914


Gift Certificates are available






Bruce Bell with David Mirvish standing beneath a portrait of Ed Mirvish 2002 and Bruce Bell with Ed Mirvish circa 1973




Frank Selke Jr. and Bruce Bell looking at Harold Ballard's name in cement at centre ice at Maple Leaf Gardens in 2002. Then again in 2014 with famed hockey writer Lucas Ackroyd when MLG centre ice was transformed into a Loblaws grocery store.

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