If you feel like you need a little anarchy in your life, there's a new event in North West London especially for you.
Proud Camden is hosting a photography exhibition depicting 40 years of punk. The display is part of London's ongoing Year of Punk celebrations, and there's no better place for such an event to be held.
Camden has been at the forefront of 'alternative' and 'counter-culture' movements for decades, carving out a niche as a creative place of freedom, acceptance and self-expression. Bands such as The Clash, The Sex Pistols and The Ramones were regular's at Camden Market's Dingwalls Dance Hall, where many of the gigs defined the music scene in the 1970s and 1980s. Camden has also been a place for fashion to flourish and the punk era has to be one of the most seismic of them all.
Triggering memories and creating a strong sense of nostalgia, the 40 Years of Punk exhibition features cult figures and bands who cut their teeth in Camden, including Madness. The exhibition runs until 8th January 2016.
This exhibition will showcase the Cultural Revolution that kicked music back to life, challenged establishment and championed radical fashion.