An exhibition of iconic images of the Beatles borrowed from the National Portrait Gallery - like this photo taken by Robert Whitaker in 1965 - is being displayed at Bodelwyddan Castle, in Denbighshire.
(The Beatles 1965
© Robert Whitaker)
The exhibition charts both the changing image and personality of the band, and its individual members, like this Harry Goodwin photograph of Paul McCartney taken during a Top of the Pops appearance in 1965.
(Paul McCartney 1965 © Harry Goodwin)
Some of the images are well-known, but others have been rarely seen - like this cover of the 1966 album Yesterday and Today, taken by Robert Whitaker, which was quickly withdrawn and replaced ('Butchers' album cover 1966 © Robert Whitaker)
Using photos such as this Michael Ward picture of the band from 1963 as inspiration, visitors will be able to take part in a number of hands-on workshops, creating psychedelic prints and designing their own T-shirts
(The Beatles 1963 ©Michael Ward)