ACC - Sex Pistols: The End is Near 12.25.77
By the end of 1977, the Sex Pistols had been banned from virtually every town in Britain. But at Ivanho's nightclub in Huddersfield they found a receptive audience. They played two charity gigs on Christmas Day, raising money for the families of striking firemen. The afternoon shift was for the kids, with expletives removed from lyrics and Christmas presents and cake given out - and paid for by the band. In the evening, with Kevin Cummins in their midst, the Sex Pistols thundered through their setlist. Forget the lurid headlines, the righteous outrage, this was the real Sex Pistols, playing from the heart.
- Previously unpublished photographs of the Sex Pistols' final UK gig
- Taken by Kevin Cummins, preeminent photographer of British bands over the last four decades
- Introduction by writer and broadcaster Paul Morley