London Lite Thursday, 9 July 2009 21 IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS Screen queen backonsong 11PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC Summer Swing The Bootleg Beatles, right, and The Counterfeit Stones bring the swinging Sixties back for one night only. Kew Gardens, Victoria Gate, Kew Rd, Richmond (020 8332 5655), 7.30pm, 30. Tube: Kew Gardens CompiledbyLaurenPaxman Coming SoonTomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out gomez TOM GRAY and Ben Ottewell of Gomez, right, play an acoustic set with support from Beth Jeans houghton and Nat Johnson. The Luminaire, 311 Kilburn high Rd NW6 (020 7372 7123), 8pm, returns only. Tube: Kilburn Pearl Jam eDDIe VeDDeR, right, and Pearl Jam have sold more than 60 million albums worldwide -- a number thats set to increase as the band re-release their entire back catalogue. 18 Aug, The O2, Millennium Way Se10 (0871 984 0002, theo2.co.uk), 6pm, 30-40. Tube: North Greenwich Dorian gray MATTheW JAMeS ThOMAS, right, stars in this musical based on Wildes novel about the ageless Victorian. Until 2 Aug, Leicester Square Theatre, 5 Leicester Place WC2 (0844 847 2475, leicestersquaretheatre.com), Tue-Sun 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 3pm, 15-20. Tube: Leicester Sq Coming SoonTomorrowToday were going on a Bear Hunt MIChAeL ROSeNS tale of a bear-hunting family, right, is for kids aged three and up. Until 16 Aug, Duchess Theatre, Catherine St WC2 (0870 890 0149, ), Tue-Fri 11am, Sat 10.30am & 12.30pm, Sun 11am & 1.30pm, 11.50-14.50. Tube: Covent Gdn lolita RIChARD NeLSON directs a 90-minute monologue about an intellectual who seduces a 12-year-old girl, based on the novel by Nabokov, right. 7-21 Sep, National Theatre, South Bank Se1 (020 7452 3000), in rep, times vary, 10. Tube: Waterloo StanD-uP CHameleon The audience and a pack of cards will help decide which guises impressionist, actor and comedian Anil Desai, left, takes on tonight. Until Sat, hen & Chickens Theatre, 109 St Pauls Rd N1 (020 7704 2001, henandchickens.com), 9.30pm, 9. Tube: highbury & Islington Coming SoonTomorrowToday Falling Down witH laugHter hYPeRACTIVe if.comedy winner Phil Nichol, left, and Stephen K. Amos preview their edinburgh shows. Belushis Bar, 161 Borough high Street Se1 (myspace.com/ fallingdownwithlaughter), 8.30pm, 8, 7 concs. Tube: Borough tHingS DONT miss the chance to see our favourite Geordie comic and reigning king of improvisation, Ross Noble, left, live at the Apollo. 14 Sep-24 Oct, Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave W1 (0844 412 4658, apollo-theatre.co.uk), Mon-Sat 8pm, 25-35. Tube: Piccadilly Circus SmaSH & graB QUeeNS OF NOIZe, left, play back-to-back love songs at this quirky night which regularly welcomes celebs such as the Geldof sisters and Kate Moss. Proud, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd NW1 (020 7482 3867, atproud.net), 8pm, 8, 5 before 11pm. Tube: Camden Town Coming SoonTomorrowToday eD Banger 6() BirtHDay DJ MehDI, left, SebastiAn, Feadz, Mystery Jets DJs, Friendly Fires DJs and more help celebrate ed Banger Records -- the label that brought us Justice, Uffie and Krazy Baldhead. The Coronet, 26-28 New Kent Rd Se1 (020 7701 1500), 9pm, 13. Tube: elephant & Castle remix all-nigHter LADYTRON, left, and Japanese Popstars play live, while Orbitals Phil hartnoll joins Alex Metric, eddy Temple Morris and more on the decks. 17 Jul, Matter, The O2, Peninsula Square Se10 (020 7549 6686), 10pm, 10, 8 concs, 5 adv. Tube: North Greenwich If enthusIasm for making music was all that was required to have hits, Juliette Lewis would be bigger than u2. after quitting a career as one of hollywoods hottest actresses six years ago to front rock band the Licks, Lewis sidestepped the sneers aimed at other actors-turned-singers thanks to a fiery passion for performing that saw her hurl herself into the crowd at gigs and forgo the glamour of her previous life for lengthy tours of tiny venues. eight months after disbanding the Licks and returning to acting, Lewis has recorded a new album, terra Incognita, formed a new band, the new Romantiques, and can barely contain her excitement. Before I even ask a question, she begins babbling about her musics haunting, beautiful, dangerous new direction. frequently, Lewis sounds as out-there as mallory Knox, her crazed character in natural Born Killers. When she describes the song suicide Dive Bombers as simultaneously vulnerable and cyni- cal metaphors that poured from my guts during a night out with no end in mexico its anyones guess what shes on about. still, judging by the songs on Lewiss myspace, terra Incognita, due out in October, is both intensely personal and sonically extreme, the latter thanks partly to producer Omar Rodriguez- Lpez of mars Volta. Critical acclaim looks likely, but not even Lewis is expecting a hit. Im not a radio artist, she insists. Id rather answer to my inner muse than any record label, no matter how little money it makes me. I gave up the only job Id known for 15 years for this and, yes, its terrifying, but its also fantastic. money may explain the return to acting -- Lewis has several films due for release. In the first, Whip It!, she players a roller derby girl alongside Drew Barrymore and ellen Page. Its the first time Ive had to promote a film and an album at the same time, says Lewis. I dont have to tell you which one Ill enjoy more. LISA VERRICO Wild and undaunted: Lewis returns to the fray Juliette lewiS The rock chick plays The Lexington next Tuesday (thelexington.co.uk) 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.html36.html37.html38.html39.html