Sid Vicious: No-one is Innocent, a revealing and intimate photographic exhibition of the most infamous and tragic of punk icons. Featuring exclusive, never-before-seen pictures from key punk photographers from the late 1970s, the show will shine new light on Sid’s chaotic life in the spotlight with his band-mates in the Sex Pistols, as well as his ill-fated relationship with the notorious Nancy Spungen. The show which runs until 11th August at Proud Camden is one exhibit that should not be missed and yet here I am missing it!
The show is not just a photography exhibit they have included elements of film and live music working alongside the photographs. Punk guru Alan Parker, director of the film Who Killed Nancy? (due for release this year) and luxury electronics brand Pioneer helps bring the elements together. The Sex Pistols tribute band The Sex Pistols Experience will playing at the opening night and throughout the exhibition run. Fans get a sneak preview of the film and previously unseen footage of Sid and the Pistols during the exhibit.