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Today in London: Friday 26 October 2012

By | Published on Friday 19 October 2012

Pattie Brewster

Friday 26 October is Worldwide Howl At The Moon Night, an occasion you might like to mark at one of London’s many aptly-named drinking establishments… the Hoxton-based Howl At The Moon, or The Wicked Wolf in Smithfield, for instance. Alternatively, if you’re looking for a less lupine/lunar way to spend a Friday night, why not consider the following..


John Moloney, Tony Law, Shappi Khorsandi and Sean Percival – Banana Cabaret, The Bedford, 26-27 Oct
The cream of London’s circuit stars are out tonight at The Bedford in Balham; as Khorsandi, Law, Moloney and more ‘split’ (sorry) sides a la esteemed Banana credo.

Pattie Brewster/Lou Sanders, Phoenix Artist Club, 26 Oct (pictured)
As memories of this year’s increasingly historical Edinburgh Festival fade, it’s last-chance saloon to see your favourite Fringe routines done in a London setting. To that end, comedienne Amy Hoggart gives her friend-obsessed alter ego Pattie an airing, whilst her co-headliner – self-professed ‘comic Beyonce’ Lou Sanders – plays for laughs as her own eccentric self. It’s two for the price of one at the PAC tonight, and you’re all invited. Ticketing info here.


Freeze Festival, Battersea Power Station, 26-27 Oct
DJ Shadow and Public Enemy headline this music-and-snow-sports-fest, reigning over a superlative live roster that also features Mark Ronson, Zane Lowe, Grandmaster Flash and many more besides. Details via

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