Sale Waterside art centre has released a very rock and roll programme of events for 2021.

Former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon and Status Quo’s founder and lead singer Francis Rossi are two of the main attractions confirmed to appear this year.

On September 22, Lyndon is set to deliver a talk on his experiences, entitled ‘I could be wrong, I could be right’ - a lyric taken from the Public Image Ltd song Rise.

He will be discussing the contents of his upcoming book, including his career and life

To be part of the audience, standard tickets are priced at £30, premium tickets at £45, or £75 VIP.

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Johnny Rotten (Lyndon), lead singer of the Sex Pistols will be giving at talk at the centre in September

Signed copies of his book will also be available at the event.

On September 2, Status Quo lead singer and guitarist Francis Rossi will also hold his own meet-and-greet at Sale Waterside.

He’s set to share his experiences of 50 years in the rock and roll business, including Live Aid 1985 and the trials and tribulations of success.

Francis Rossi founded Status Quo

Those with VIP tickets (at £75 a pop) will get to meet Rossi before the show.

Standard tickets are £30 and premium seats are £45 each.

Lydon and Francis make up a jam-packed programme for Sale Waterside for the rest of 2021.

Sale Waterside Arts Centre will be hosting events again in 2021

Other events for all of the family include live comedy, music, dance, theatre and talks – including a talk from Kenton Cool who holds the record for summiting Mount Everest a total of 14 times.

The centre is due to reopen from May 17 2021 and more information on all shows and how to get tickets can be found here.