Well, it is Friday the 13th...

Regular Fries have been forced to postpone this evening’s performance at LONDON ULU after a fire in the basement of the venue left it with no electricity.

A spokesperson for Regular Fries told that the fire occurred in the basement of the ULU building earlier today (October 13), which blew all the electricity in the block. The electricity supply is not expected to be put back on until tomorrow morning at the earliest.

He continued: “The building has been closed and nobody is allowed in. The venue itself isn’t damaged, it’s just that there is no power…suppose that’s what happens at a Fries gig on Friday 13th!”


The show will be rescheduled next week, and will provide you with the new date as soon as it is announced.


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