The Libertines' first reunion gig in London for four years was a critical success but the crowd were particularly badly behaved. The band's performance was interrupted two songs in by a crowd surge and the concert managers were forced to ask the crowd to stop throwing fireworks at the beginning of the set.
The Libertines' first reunion gig on English soil got off to a rocky start when overzealous fans surged towards the stage whilst the band performed at the British Summer Time gig in Hyde Park, London. This is the first time in four years the group has performed in the capital and their appearance has been praised by critics.
Pete Doherty performing with The Libertines in Glasgow last week.
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Carl Barat and Gary Powell - Carl Barat, John Hassall and Gary Powell attends the East End Film Festival for the World Premiere of 'The Libertines - attends the East End Film Festival for the World Premiere of 'The Libertines - There are No Innocent Bystanders' at the Troxy in London Wednesday 27th April 2011