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PETE DOHERTY and Shane MacGowan performed together last night to celebrate ST PATRICK’S DAY at a tiny north LONDON venue (March 17).

The pair performed versions of ‘Lost Highway’, Pogues classic ‘A Pair Of Brown Eyes’, Sam Cooke’s ‘Cupid’ before finishing with a rousing version of Irish classic ‘Dirty Old Town’ at the Boogaloo Bar in Highgate.

Doherty took to the stage beforehand with Alan Wass of The Left Hand and Dot Allison on drums. Their set included: ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’, ‘Once Again…’, ‘What Katie Did’ and ‘Hired Gun’.

Libertines associate and single cover star The Rabbi performed Undertones’ ‘Teenage Kicks’ and ‘Sally Brown’. Security was extremely tight and their had been a clamour for people to get in.

Doherty dashed from the venue at 8.40pm out of the back door with girlfriend Kate Moss in an attempt to evade a group of paparazzi photographs.

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