Mark Ronson hosts an access-all-areas overnight stay at the iconic Abbey Road Studios
Four lucky guests will be immersed in music from the moment they arrive. They can play the Beatles’ piano, still marked with cigarette burns dating back to the recordings of The White Album. They will see the worn down strings on the Steinway Vertegrand, dubbed ‘Mrs. Mills’ piano, mix on the world’s largest mixing board and have access to all the incredible stories that the team have to tell.
Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by the one-and-only Mark Ronson before being given an access-all-areas walk-around of what was a nineteenth-century townhouse and is now home to more than three incredible studios across four floors.. A local to the neighbourhood and an Abbey Road regular, guests can ask Mark to share production tips ahead of recording their very own track in the studio that evening.