The pioneering front man of punk revolutionaries The Sex Pistols John Lydon AKA Johnny Rotten will be blessing Manchester with his presence to support the release of his autobiography Anger is an Energy; My Life Uncensored. John Lydon is a true pop culture icon as was at the epicentre of one of the great social revolutions in British history and has decided the time is right to tell his story. The very capable Dave Haslam will be conducting a live no holds-barred interview at the Albert Hall in which in which Rotten is sure to delve in to his turbulent times as a figure head of the punk movement, the Sex Pistols split after only one studio album and his subsequent career as front man in the post punk defining PiL and his later television work which has given him his own reality show, insect documentary and well known butter advert. John Lydon has literally built a lifelong career out of being opinionated an outspoken so this is one not to be missed.

Thu 9 Oct, Albert Hall, 22 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5QR/ Tel: 0844 858 8521. 6.30pm, £12.50,

Thu 9 Oct
Jonathon Butterworth
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Sun 5 Oct 2014