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London’s Propaganda to Host Halloween Spooktacular Featuring Plan B Beatboxer Faith SFX

London’s Propaganda to Host Halloween Spooktacular Featuring Plan B Beatboxer Faith SFX

London’s Propaganda to Host Halloween Spooktacular Featuring Plan B Beatboxer Faith SFX

Young Academic can reveal that London’s biggest indie night will be bringing a terrifying Halloween Spooktacular to the brand new Electric Brixton on Saturday 29th October. The event will be showcasing an array of acts such as Plan B’s beatboxer Faith SFX who will be performing live.

Propaganda, on an outing from their usual venue of the O2 Islington Academy, are heading south of the river to Electric Brixton for a Spooktacular terrifying mix of tunes and ghoulish decor on Saturday 29th October for London’s biggest and most horrifying Halloween party featuring Plan B’s beatboxer, Faith SFX, and two rooms of incredible music.

In the Main Room there will be an unrivalled mix of the best current and classic indie anthems from Propaganda residents DJ Dan, The Postman, Andy Tokyo, Chris Moody and Matt Nelmes. Room 2 will be pop, party and dance anthems with POP’aganda.

Propaganda Halloween Spooktacular

Guest appearance from Faith SFX (Plan B’s beatboxer)

Electric Brixton

Town Hall Parade, London, SW2 1RJ

Advance tickets £5, more on the door

10.30pm to 4am

For more info

Propaganda now attracts over 25,000 people every week to its club nights in 21 destinations across the globe. Led by founder DJ Dan and his team and offering special effects and music videos incorporated into every set, Propaganda delivers a now legendary multi-sensory extravaganza for its devoted audiences.


Birmingham * Bristol * Cambridge (new for 2011) * Cardiff * Cheltenham * Dublin * Edinburgh (new for 2011) * Glasgow * Hertfordshire * London * Leeds * Leicester * Liverpool * Manchester * Newcastle (new for 2011) * Northampton (new for 2011) * Norwich (new for 2011) * Oxford * Reading * Sheffield * Stoke (new for 2011) * Sydney (new for 2011)

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Charles Whitworth is the Editor of the Young Academic publications.

Graduating from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism in 2008, Charles learned his trade in newsrooms such as IPC Media and Sky.

He has now developed as a top sports, music and current affairs journalist and has been printed in a range of publications including The Guardian. His interests include Cricket, Football, Rugby, Music and Current Affairs.

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