The 17th century townhouse in which punk band the Sex Pistols lived and recorded their music has been given the second highest heritage grade available.
Earlier this week, Number 6 and Number 7 Denmark Street in London’s Covent Garden received Grade II* listings from Historic England (formerly English Heritage). Band manager Malcolm McLaren leased the outbuilding at Number 6 as a base for his new group, the Sex Pistols. The band used it as a rehearsal studio and living quarters between c1975 and 1977. Continue reading