To mark the cinema (and forthcoming DVD) release of Alan G Parker’s new documentary exploring the events surrounding the death of Sid Vicious’ girlfriend Nancy Spungen, Who Killed Nancy, Clash is running a very special competition.
Great controversy has surrounded the death of Spungen, discovered murdered in 1978. Vicious was assumed to be the guilty party and was immediately arrested, but there’s compelling evidence to suggest he was not responsible.
Unfortunately clear answers never came as Vicious died of a drug overdose in 1979.
For more information on the documentary, visit the official Who Killed Nancy website HERE.
Parker’s documentary – in cinemas from February 6 and available on DVD on February 23 – is based on his best-selling book, Sid Vicious: No One Is Innocent. Clash is offering copies of this book to winners, and more.
By entering our competition HERE, you can be in with a chance of winning:
A special Sid and Nancy portrait tattoo from legendary Soho tattoo parlour, Diamond Jacks. YES, a real tattoo! If you want it.
One of four copies of Parker’s book, Sid Vicious: No One Is Innocent.
One of four official Who Killed Nancy Film t-shirts.
The closing date for this great competition is February 23. Click HERE to enter!