Fifty years since Coventry welcomed John Lennon and Yoko Ono

Fifty years has passed since John Lennon and Yoko Ono came to Coventry Cathedral to plant two acorns for a living art sculpture.
The visit cemented a special moment in Coventry’s music history – not least because the acorns were eventually stolen.
Coventry Music Museum hosted a day to commemorate the event, on June 15.
The museum’s poet in residence, Nick Nibb, created a new poem about the stealing of the acorns, while local musician Chris Sidwell, as John Lennon, and Coventry ambassador Marie Allen, as Yoko Ono, made an entry as the famous couple – acorns in hand.
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23 June 2018 in Regional West, Views: 53
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