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Anarchy in Huddersfield: the day the Sex Pistols played Santa

23 December 2013 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Never Mind the Baubles features footage of benefit gig – and final UK show – band played for children of striking firefighters

Johnny Rotten handed out badges, posters and other Sex Pistols-branded goodies. Teens and young children hit the dancefloor with Sid Vicious to boogie to pop hits such as Baccara's Yes Sir, I Can Boogie and (yes, really) Daddy Cool by Boney M. Then Rotten leapt into a giant Christmas cake and the band and audience smeared each other with food.

The Sex Pistols' last UK gig – a benefit for the children of striking firefighters at Ivanhoe's nightclub in Huddersfield on Christmas Day 1977 – remains their most implausible. However, almost 36 years to the day later, this surreal milestone is landing on our screens via Never Mind the Baubles: Xmas '77 With the Pistols, to be shown on BBC4 on Boxing Day at 10pm.

"It's footage I filmed on a big old crappy U-matic low-band camera, »

- Dave Simpson

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Anarchy in Huddersfield: the day the Sex Pistols played Santa

23 December 2013 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Never Mind the Baubles features footage of benefit gig – and final UK show – band played for children of striking firefighters

Johnny Rotten handed out badges, posters and other Sex Pistols-branded goodies. Teens and young children hit the dancefloor with Sid Vicious to boogie to pop hits such as Baccara's Yes Sir, I Can Boogie and (yes, really) Daddy Cool by Boney M. Then Rotten leapt into a giant Christmas cake and the band and audience smeared each other with food.

The Sex Pistols' last UK gig – a benefit for the children of striking firefighters at Ivanhoe's nightclub in Huddersfield on Christmas Day 1977 – remains their most implausible. However, almost 36 years to the day later, this surreal milestone is landing on our screens via Never Mind the Baubles: Xmas '77 With the Pistols, to be shown on BBC4 on Boxing Day at 10pm.

"It's footage I filmed on a big old crappy U-matic low-band camera, »

- Dave Simpson

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Jesse L. Martin is Marvin Gaye in New Biopic

5 March 2013 9:57 AM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

The Hollywood Reporter says that Jesse L. Martin (Law & Order, Rent) will star as Marvin Gaye in the new Biopic Sexual Healing, replacing Lenny Kravitz.

Martin was originally set to play the singer in 2008, in a version produced by James Gandolfini but the project never happened. Kravitz signed on for the lead role in November but after Gaye’s son Marvin Gaye III voiced objections about the subject matter of the film, which revolved primarily around Gaye’s battle with addiction and depression in the 1980′s, the project shifted. The film will now begin with Gaye’s attempt to get his career back together and a big supporting role seems to be that of music promoter Freddy Cousaert, played by Brendan Gleeson (In Bruges, Harry Potter films).

Martin is an accomplished actor of theatre, musical theatre and film. He has a great voice and he’s a more qualified choice »

- Alex Corey

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