Members of the Rolling Stones are in Leicester Square for the premiere of a new documentary looking back at the band’s 50 years in rock’n’roll.
ITV News Correspondent Nina Nannar reports from the red carpet:
'Crossfire Hurricane' has been praised by critics and is set to be warmly welcomed by fans - and Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were at the London Film Festival to gauge reaction first hand.
Asked by ITV News' Arts Correspondent Nina Nanaar whether the Rolling Stones will play Glastonbury in 2013, Richards said: "I don't know yet, that's next year right? A good question though - I'd love to."
He added that the band would "probably" continue to perform after the four scheduled concerts in 2012.
But Wood said the Rolling Stones "won't be able to stop" touring if their 50th anniversary gigs are a success.
Other celebrities in Leicester Square included Jagger's former partner Jerry Hall, as well as Liam Gallagher and his wife Nicole Appleton.
Fans turned out in their numbers to catch a glimpse of the band, but some are still angry at the price of tickets for their two London shows later this year.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow for next month’s concerts at The O2 Arena priced between £90 and £375, while a "VIP hospitality" package will see gig-goers paying £950 per head.
The band will also play two shows in Newark, New Jersey, in the US, in December.