, which was held at the Indica Gallery, located in the basement of the Indica Bookshop in London.
(Coincidentally, one of the shop’s earliest supporters was Paul Mc Cartney.) At the time, Lennon was still married to his first wife, Cynthia.
The two were wed in August 1962 and had one child together, Julian.
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In the meantime, John and Yoko had already become a couple and, once the divorce was final that November, plans were made to be married.
The two had originally hoped to to hold their nuptials in Paris, or more specifically, on the way to Paris.
“We wanted to get married on a cross-channel ferry – that was the romantic part,” Lennon said in the Beatles‘ documentary.
“We went to Southampton and then we couldn’t get on because she wasn’t English, and she couldn’t get the day visa to go across. The Captain’s not allowed to do it any more.'” Lennon later crafted an autobiographical Beatles song titled “The Ballad of John and Yoko” that laid out the rest of their journey: “.” The couple arrived at the British Consulate Office there, and they were married in a 10-minute ceremony performed by registrar Cecil Wheeler.
Since Gibraltar was a British colony, and Lennon a British citizen, there was no issue. “It’s the ‘Pillar of Hercules,’ and also symbolically they called it the ‘End of the World’ at one period.
They thought the world outside was a mystery from there, so it was like the Gateway to the World.
So, we liked it in the symbolic sense, and the rock foundation of our relationship.” Their wedding, which took place just one week after that of fellow Beatle Mc Cartney to Linda Eastman, would be followed by a honeymoon which wasn’t be anywhere near as low key.
Instead, Lennon and Ono staged a raucous “Bed-In” for peace for the week of March 25-31 at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel, surrounded by the press and various hangers on.
Variety reports that Emerging Pictures has set an October 7th release date for THE LENNON REPORT, a new film which examines the aftermath of the 1980 murder of legendary Beatle John Lennon.