The film, made by Julien Temple, dives into the life of Shane MacGowan, best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the Pogues, who famously combined traditional Irish music with the energy of punk rock.
The documentary features unseen archival footage from the band and his family.
Johnny Depp, former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams, and Bono all feature in the documentary.
The event was attended by actors Johnny Depp and Robert Sheehan.
A series of pictures shared by Victoria show her posing with various guests, including their close friend Johnny Depp.
“Lovely party for @crockofgoldfilm! Thank you so much everyone,” she said, tagging various party goers including designer Margaret O’Connor, musicians The Mary Wallopers and filmmaker Julien Temple.
Taking to Instagram, Shane shared snaps with Laois actor Robert Sheehan.
“With Robert Sheehan (@rozzymikes) at the @crockofgoldfilm party last night.”
The pics show Robert smiling down the camera while posing with Shane and a copy of his new book, The Eternal Buzz and the Crock of Gold.
Another shows the pair in conversation as Robert holds a pint of Guinness.
A third snap, features Robert smiling and posing with Shane’s wife Victoria Mary Clarke.
Shane's new book, The Eternal Buzz and the Crock of Gold which is set to be released in April, will have a limited print of 1,000 copies.
Each copy comes with a £5,000 price tag which includes a handwritten note from Shane and a certificate of ownership.
The book is filled with art, photography and unpublished writings all curated by the former Pouges singer.