John Lydon led the current PiL lineup through 17 tracks, backed by Bruce Smith, Lu Edmunds and Scott Firth.
As on Sunday evening's show at the same venue, Public Image Ltd opened with new song 'Deeper Water' before launching into 1983 hit 'This Is Not A Love Song'.
After a ten-minute version of Metal Box opener 'Albatross', Lydon laughed off a heckle from the crowd, saying: "Hello you silly sausage. You trying to get my rag up with nonsense like that?"
He dedicated a new song to Reginald, "a Finsbury Park boy", before the band played 9 singles 'Disappointed' and 'Warrior', originally released in 1989.
"I didn't mean to talk too much in that song, but I got carried away with my big bad self yet again," Lydon said after the latter, before Frith switched to electric double bass for 'Religion II' from the group's 1978 debut.
"Lock up your children/ The priests are coming," the former Sex Pistol incanted in an extended introduction to the attack on organised religion.
Lydon strung out the song for over 13 minutes, calling for the bass volume to be increased to "drive the religion out of your soul".
After he spat to the side of the stage, Lydon told the audience: "Sorry, I've got to do that. I know you looked at me like, 'Oooh, you dirty f**king rotter'. I've been ill all my life, mate. I make no apologies for it."
Lydon dedicated 'Death Disco' "to all those we have loved who are now sadly departed," and thanked the crowd after the song, saying: "You f**king contributed really, really well with that.
"It's an odd thing. A song about death, but it can actually be really f**king enjoyable the Irish way. A pleasure, thank you. May they rest in peace!"
Public Image Ltd closed their main set with a new 13-minute new song "from the point of view of a black Confederate soldier", before Lydon announced that he would be going "for at least two cigarettes", promising an encore if the crowd were to "keep the noise up".
On the band's return, the singer introduced new EP lead track 'One Drop' by commenting: "Laugh of laughs. Here's a song currently popularised by radio airplay. Can you believe that? PiL on the radio?"
The group then played their second-highest charting single 'Rise' before closing with an 18-minute rendition of Lydon's 1993 Leftfield collaboration 'Open Up', complete with two false endings and a lengthy call-and-response section with the crowd.
The full Public Image Ltd setlist was as follows:
'Deeper Water' (New Song)
'This Is Not A Love Song'
'Death Disco aka Swan Lake'
'Flowers of Romance'
'Out Of The Woods'
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Watch Public Image Ltd play 'Rise' at Heaven on April 2 below: