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Keith Richards exhibition

Back in the sixties and seventies, Keith Richards was such a menace to society that society tried to lock him up. Nowadays, he's a national institution. Which just goes to show that everyone loves a survivor.

Cannily timed to coincide with the publication of his eye-opening autobiography, Life, Proud Chelsea has opened its doors to its fantastic Richards exhibition, Before They Make Me Run. Here is a taster of what you can expect. Gawp in wonder and then decide that the guy who coined the phrase, 'they don't make them like they used to', was probably right.

Before They Make Me Run: Photographs of Keith Richards, Proud Chelsea, 27th October – 21st November, www.proud.co.uk



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