Following their two nights performing in Jersey, The Beatles boarded a 12-seater aeroplane for the 30-mile journey to Guernsey. Their equipment arrived by ferry.
The group performed in the auditorium at Candie Gardens, in St Peter Port, Guernsey. It was their only concert on the island.
Following the show, John Lennon went to the rented flat of Liverpool poet Royston Ellis. The Beatles had befriended Ellis after performed as his backing band in June 1960.
On this night Lennon, Ellis and his girlfriend Stephanie wore polythene and shared a bed out of curiosity about kinky sex.
We'd read all these things about leather and we didn't have any leather but I had my oilskins and we had some polythene bags from somewhere. We all dressed up in them and wore them in bed. John stayed the night with us in the same bed. I don't think anything very exciting happened and we all wondered what the fun was in being 'kinky'. It was probably more my idea than John's.
A Hard Day's Write, Steve Turner