London Lite Tuesday, 30 June 2009 17 IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS 11PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC Spinal Tap The fake heavy metallers begin and end their One Night Only World Tour tonight, led by David St hubbins (aka Michael McKean, right). Wembley Arena, empire Way (0870 060 0870, livenation.co.uk/wembley), 6.30pm, 42-49.50. Tube: Wembley Park CompiledbyLaurenPaxman Coming SoonTomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out Take ThaT GAry BArlOW and pals, right, roll in. expect lots of fans with sore throats on Thursday. And Fri-Sun, Wembley Stadium, (0844 980 8001, wembleystadium. com), 4pm, returns only. Tube: Wembley Stadium Sundae On The COmmOn SuPer Furry ANiMAlS, with Gruff rhys, right, and Teenage Fanclub headline. Ben & Jerry ice cream are hosts. 25-26 Jul, Clapham Common SW4 (ben jerry.co.uk), noon, Sat 8.95, Sun sold out. Tube: Clapham Cmn laTin! Or TObaCCO and bOyS The mischievous tale of buggery and blackmail by Stephen Fry, right, is set in the classics department of a prep school in the Seventies. The Cock Tavern, 125 Kilburn high rd NW6 (020 7624 1820), Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mat Sun 5pm, 10-12. Tube: Kilburn Park Coming SoonTomorrowToday hamleT JuDe lAW, right, stars as a very angry Danish prince in Michael Grandages dark production. until 22 Aug, Wyndhams Theatre, Charing Cross rd WC2 (0870 950 0920), Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 2.30pm, Sun 3pm, 10-32.50. Tube: leicester Square The head Of The fOrk eDWArD eAleS-WhiTe and Jonathan Pointing star as warring flatmates in this new play, right, by John Pointing. 7-9 Jul, Theatre 503, latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Pk rd SW11 (020 7794 0022), 7.30pm, 10, 8 concs. rail: Clapham Junction dO nOThing KiNG of self-deprecation, Simon Amstell, left, is a different person when he doesnt have panellists to take the mickey out of. until 18 Jul, Pleasance Theatre, Carpenters Mews, North rd N7 (020 7609 1800, pleasance. co.uk), in rep, 8pm, 10. Tube: Caledonian rd Coming SoonTomorrowToday The never man The Penny Dreadfuls latest spectacular, with Thom Tucker, far left, and David reed, is a terrifying thriller set on a theme park island. And Sat, etcetera Theatre, The Oxford Arms, 265 Camden high St NW1 (020 7482 4857, etceteratheatre.com), 8pm, 8.50. Tube: Camden Town The inTerminable SuiCide Of gregOry ChurCh DANiel KiTSON, left, is Gregory, a man who plans to commit suicide once he has written 57 letters. 13-25 Jul, BAC, 176 lavender hill SW11 (020 7223 2223, bac.org.uk), 6pm, 3, 2 concs. rail: Clapham Junction paniC! DJs Max, Gaz and That Perfect Fumble (Bloody Awful Poetry), left, mix the finest indie, electro and synth-pop at this weekly student night. The roxy, 3 rathbone Place W1 (020 7255 1098, theroxy.co.uk), 10pm, 5, 3 concs. Tube: Tottenham Court rd Coming SoonTomorrowToday deaTh diSCO iNFA reD, left, Patio Set, Monkey Steps and Director play live, followed by Alan McGee and Danny Watson on the decks at this club thats always worth dropping in for. Notting hill Arts Club, 21 Notting hill Gate W11 (020 7460 4459, nottinghill artsclub.com), 7pm, free. Tube: Notting hill Gate vOlupTuOuS paniC ThiS elegant, Weimar-esque evening of song and dance, hosted by The Whoopee Club, features la John Joseph, left, and hitman hearn and Polly Cupake on the decks. 31 Jul, The last Days Of Decadence, 145 Shoreditch high St e1 (0798 244 5657), 8pm, 12, 10 before 11pm. Tube: Old Street What do you get if you lock a cheese- making columnist, a trained pilot whos running as a Labour parliamentary candidate, a skateboard fanatic and a primate obsessive in a room together? answer: Britpops answer to the Beatles, and the biggest band we never got to say goodbye to. Since Blur never officially split, their hiatus was like a relationship break only one party wants. the boys drifted apart after asking Graham Coxon to stop attending rehearsals, recording 2003s think tank without him. Disbanding might have been the best thing Blur ever did. they left us salivat- ing, and also left themselves wanting more, it would seem. they dont need the cash, that much is clear. Bassist alex James has children named ar temis, Geronimo and agamemnon, names only those in the highest tax bracket can even consider. (Okay, so we made one of them up, but youll never guess which.) Its as if Damon albarn really wanted to rub the Gallagher brothers noses in it one more time. hey! Look up here!, you could almost hear him howling from the main stage at Glasto. My bands still bigger than yours! So how did it all happen? I got to the rehearsal studio and Graham was playing Shes So high, says James of the bands first comeback rehearsal. I joined in, then Rowntree started banging along. Damon ar rived and said Shall we do Beetlebum?, and it sounded like it did 10 years ago. Of course they didnt sound the same as 10 years ago. Just like a nice brie, Blur have become even better with age. MARTHA DE LACEY Blurreunion willbelikea niceoldbrieblur The Britpop band play hyde Park on Thursday and Friday. (Hyde) Park Life: Coxon and Albarn will be centre stage again this week index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html