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Do You Know London In the 1960s?

You might know the 1960s in America, but how well do you know London in the 1960s? It's time to go back in time for this trivia quiz! The results might just shock you!
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What was the first major British television appearance for the Beatles in 1963?
Band Stand
Ready, Steady, Go
Sunday Night at the London Palladium

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What club in London's Soho district, was considered the "most important venue in the history of British pop music?"
The Cavern
Marquee Club
The Blues Corner

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Mick Jagger was a student at one of London's major colleges. Which one did he attend?
London School of Business
London School of Economics
Imperial College London

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What was the name of the Kensington store that girls sought out to buy European high fashion at affordable prices?
Harrods
Biba
Short and Sweet

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Who was the British designer who first marketed the mini skirt?
Twiggy
Mary Quant
Pierre Cardin

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Where was the World Premiere of "A Hard Day's Night?"
The Apollo Theater
London Pavilion
Kensington Palace

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What year did the speedy Cooper version of the Mini, first start whizzing round London?
1959
1962
1961

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On what famous street did the Beatles open their "Apple Boutique"?
Carnbary Street
Oxford Street
Baker Street

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Who was considered the "father of modernist hair styling and cut"?
Vidal Sassoon
John Frieda
Jose Eber

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Which flamboyant British painter grew in influence in the 1960s?
David Hockney
Andy Warhol
Henry Moore

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When did the BBC finally launch Radio One?
1967
1969
1968

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What was the name of the classical music recording studio in London, that gained almost instant fame in the 1960s?
Abbey Road Studios
Columbia Records
Hammond Records

C+, London Lost

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Unfortunately, this quiz revealed that you don't know London int he 1960s very well. While you may know the American culture in the 60's, this city across the pond is lost on you. Fret not friend, it's not easy to the culture of a place you didn't live in!

B+, London Lover

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a total London lover! You know 1960s London better than some of the people that were actually there. From the Beatles to the Rolling Stones and everything in between, you know 1960s London like an expert.

A+, London Expert

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You are a true 1960s London expert! Not only do you know American culture in the 1960s, but clearly, you were heavily invested in the culture of London at this time as well. You know both sides of the pond like only someone who lived through the era really could. Go you!
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1
What was the first major British television appearance for the Beatles in 1963?
Band Stand
Ready, Steady, Go
Sunday Night at the London Palladium
2
What club in London's Soho district, was considered the "most important venue in the history of British pop music?"
The Cavern
Marquee Club
The Blues Corner
3
Mick Jagger was a student at one of London's major colleges. Which one did he attend?
London School of Business
London School of Economics
Imperial College London
4
What was the name of the Kensington store that girls sought out to buy European high fashion at affordable prices?
Harrods
Biba
Short and Sweet
5
Who was the British designer who first marketed the mini skirt?
Twiggy
Mary Quant
Pierre Cardin
6
Where was the World Premiere of "A Hard Day's Night?"
The Apollo Theater
London Pavilion
Kensington Palace
7
What year did the speedy Cooper version of the Mini, first start whizzing round London?
1959
1962
1961
8
On what famous street did the Beatles open their "Apple Boutique"?
Carnbary Street
Oxford Street
Baker Street
9
Who was considered the "father of modernist hair styling and cut"?
Vidal Sassoon
John Frieda
Jose Eber
10
Which flamboyant British painter grew in influence in the 1960s?
David Hockney
Andy Warhol
Henry Moore
11
When did the BBC finally launch Radio One?
1967
1969
1968
12
What was the name of the classical music recording studio in London, that gained almost instant fame in the 1960s?
Abbey Road Studios
Columbia Records
Hammond Records

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