32 Wednesday, 15 July 2009 London Lite LISTINGSCINEMATHEATREGIGS4.00, 5.00, 6.40, 7.20, 9.10, 9.40, 10.30 The Hangover 1.00, 3.50, 6.20, 8.50 Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince 9.00, 10.30, 11.20, 12.20, 12.30, 1.50, 2.50, 3.40, 4.15, 5.10, 6.10, 7.00, 8.30, 9.30, 10.30 Hotel For Dogs 10am Ice Age 3: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 10.50, 1.20, 3.40 Ice Age 3: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 3D 10.20, 12.45, 3.10, 5.35, 8.10 Public Enemies 6.00, 9.20 Short Kut - The Con Is On 11.00, 2.50, 7.30 Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen 11.05, 2.10, 5.15, 8.20 VUE ISLINGTON Parkfield St, N1 (0871 224 0240). Tube: Angel Brno 10.10, 11.30, 12.30, 1.45, 2.30, 4.00, 4.45, 6.15, 7.00, 8.30, 9.15, 10.35, 11.45 The Hangover 9.50, 12.20, 2.40, 5.00, 7.20, 9.45, 12.15 Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince 9.00, 9.45, 10.30, 12.15, 1.00, 1.45, 3.45, 4.30, 5.15, 7.15, 8.00, 8.45, 10.45, 11.30, midnight Ice Age 3: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 10.00, 12.15, 2.45 Ice Age 3: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 3D 9.05, 11.10, 1.20, 3.40, 6.00, 8.15 Public Enemies 11.40, 2.50, 5.50, 9.00, 10.30, 12.10 Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen 5.30, 9.00, 12.10 VUE SHEPHERDS BUSH West 12 Shopping Centre, W12 (0871 224 0240). Tube: Shepherds Bush Brno10.20,11.40,12.50,2.00,3.00, 4.30,5.30,6.40,8.00,9.00,10.10,11.30 FiredUp!10.10,1.00,3.10,5.10,7.30, 9.40,11.50HarryPotterAndThe Half-BloodPrince10.00,10.50,11.50, 12.40,1.30,2.20,3.20,4.10,5.00,5.50, 7.00,7.40,8.30,9.20,10.20,11.10Ice Age3:DawnOfTheDinosaurs11.10, 1.20,3.40,6.10IceAge3:DawnOfThe Dinosaurs3D10.30,1.10,3.50,6.20, 9.10,11.40PublicEnemies10.40,1.50, 4.50,8.10,11.30TerminatorSalvation 11.20,1.40,4.00,6.30,8.50,11.20 Transformers:RevengeOfTheFallen 11.00,2.10,5.20,8.40 Rep Cinemas BFI IMAX Charlie Chaplin Walk, SE1 (0870 787 2525). Tube/Rail: Waterloo Harry Potter: The IMAX Experience 2.15, 5.30, 8.45 Transformers: The IMAX Experience 11.59pm Under The Sea 3D 1.00 BFI SOUTHBANK Belvedere Rd, South Bank, SE1 (020 7928 3232). Tube/Rail: Waterloo The Assassination Of Trotsky 6.20 Bonnie And Clyde 6.30 Cloud 9 6.10, 8.30 Cosmic Voyage 8.40 The Other Side Of The Underneath 6.40 The Roaring Twenties 8.45 Shirin 8.50 CINE LUMIERE Queensberry Place, SW7 (020 7073 1350). Tube: South Kensington 35ShotsOfRum6.30IceAge3:Dawn OfTheDinosaurs3D3.30Shirin8.40 ICA CINEMA The Mall, SW1 (020 7930 3647). Tube/Rail: Charing Cross Echoes Of Home 6.30, 8.30 Ichi 8.45 Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters 6.15 PRINCE CHARLES Leicester Place, WC2 (020 7494 3654). Tube: Leicester Sq Gran Torino 3.40 Looking For Eric 1.30, 6.25 The Reader 1.00 Rudo & Cursi 4.05, 9.00 Synecdoche, New York 8.50 Tokyo! 6.15 RIO Kingsland High St, E8 (020 7241 9410). Rail: Dalston Kingsland Public Enemies 2.15, 5.15, 8.30 RIVERSIDE STUDIOS Crisp Rd, W6 (020 8237 1111). Tube: Hammersmith Encounters At The End Of The World 8.50 Grizzly Man 6.45 THEATRE ARCADIA The Duke Of Yorks St Martins Lane, WC2 (0870 060 6623). Tube: Leicester Sq. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 2.30pm, 15-49.50 AVENUE Q Gielgud Theatre Shaftesbury Ave, W1 (0870 950 0915). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Mon-Thu 8pm, Fri 5.30pm & 8.30pm, Sat 5pm & 8.30pm, ends Sep 26, 13-63.50 THE BLACK ALBUM National Theatre: Cottesloe South Bank, SE1 (020 7452 3000). Tube/ Rail: Waterloo. 7.30pm, 10-31 CARRIES WAR Apollo Theatre Shaftesbury Ave, W1 (0870 890 1101). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mats Tue, Thu & Sat 2.30pm, ends Sep 12, 10-39 THE CHERRY ORCHARD Old Vic The Cut, SE1 (0870 060 6628). Tube/Rail: Waterloo. Today 2pm, ends Aug 15, 9.50-45 THE CONTAINER Young Vic, Outside The Cut, SE1 (020 7922 2922). Tube/Rail: Waterloo. Mon-Sat 7pm & 9pm, ends Jul 30, 15 via 020 7922 2920 A DOLLS HOUSE Donmar Warehouse Earlham St, WC2 (0870 060 6624). Tube: Covent Garden. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 2.30pm, ends Jul 18, 13-29 DORIAN GRAY Leicester Sq Theatre, The Basement Leicester Place, WC2 (0844 847 2475). Tube: Leicester Sq, Embankment. Tue-Sun 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 3pm, ends Aug 2, 15-20 DUET FOR ONE Vaudeville Theatre Strand, WC2 (0870 040 0084). Tube/Rail: Charing Cross. Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 3pm, ends Aug 1, 25-45 HAIRSPRAY Shaftesbury Theatre Shaftesbury Ave, WC2 (020 7379 5399). Tube: Holborn. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 3pm, ends Mar 27, 22.50-62.50 HAMLET Wyndhams Theatre Charing Cross Rd, WC2 (0844 482 5120). Tube: Leicester Sq. Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 2.30pm, Sun 3pm, ends Aug 22, 10-32.50 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST The Open Air Theatre Inner Circle, Regents Park, NW1 (0844 826 4242). Tube: Baker St, Regents Park. Mon- Sat 8pm, mats Thu & Sat 2.30pm, ends Jul 25, 10-45 A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC Garrick Theatre Charing Cross Rd, WC2 (0870 890 1101). Tube: Leicester Sq. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 2.30pm, ends Jul 25, 20-60 PETER PAN Kensington Gardens, Peter Pan Pavilion Princes Sq, W2 (0871 386 1122). Tube: Bayswater/Queensway. Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mats Tue, Thu & Sat 2pm, Sun 3pm, ends Aug 30, 22.50-47.50 SISTER ACT London Palladium Argyll St, W1 (0844 412 2704). Tube: Oxford Circus. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 3pm, ends Feb 13, 17.50-60 THRILLER LIVE Lyric Theatre Shaftesbury Ave, W1 (0844 412 4661). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Tue-Fri, Sun 7.30pm, Sat 8pm, mats Sat 4pm, Sun 3.30pm, 22.50- 49.50 + 1 Restoration Levy TOM TOM CREW Southbank Centre, E4 Udderbelly Belvedere Rd, SE1 (0871 663 2500). Tube/Rail: Waterloo. Mon-Sun 7pm, mats Sat & Sun 2.30pm, ends Jul 19, 14-22, concs 10-19.50 WAITING FOR GODOT Theatre Royal, Haymarket Haymarket, SW1 (0845 481 1870). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mats Sat 2.30pm, Sun 3pm, ends Aug 9, 15-47.50 WAR HORSE New London Theatre corner of Drury Lane and Parker St, WC2 (0844 412 4654). Tube: Covent Garden. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 2.30pm, ends Sep 26, 15-47.50, child concs 15-37.50 (Mon-Thu) THE WINTERS TALE Old Vic The Cut, SE1 (0870 060 6628). Tube/Rail: Waterloo. 7.30pm, ends Aug 15, 9.50-45 GIGS BAJOFONDO Argentinian band play modern tango. KOKO Camden High St, NW1 (0870 432 5527). Tube: Mornington Crescent. 7pm, adv 18 BAND OF SKULLS The London trio play alt tracks. The Lexington Pentonville Rd, N1 (020 7837 5371). Tube: Angel/Kings Cross. 7.30pm, adv 4 DAN BLACK Soulful electropop from Paris. Pure Groove West Smithfield, EC1 (020 7778 9278). Tube/Rail: Farringdon. 6.30pm, free THE BOSSHOSS The American seven-piece play country-rock. The Garage Highbury Corner, N5 (0870 060 3777). 7pm, 10 CIVILIZED TEARS Indie-referencing pop-rock. 93 Feet East Brick Lane, E1 (020 7247 3293). Tube/Rail: Liverpool St. 7pm, 7, w/flyer 6, adv 5 BOB DAVENPORT Folk singer-songwriter.. The Green Note Cafe Parkway, NW1 (020 7485 9899). Tube: Camden Town. 7pm, adv 10 THE EIGHTIES MATCHBOX B-LINE DISASTER The Brighton five-piece play Goth- influenced psychobilly. 100ClubOxfordSt,W1(0207636 0933).Tube:OxfordCircus.7.30pm,10 WAR CHILD PRESENTS ARMY OF YOU: FILTHY DUKES, CRYSTAL FIGHTERS A charity event. The Tabernacle Powis Sq, W11 (020 7361 3204). 7pm, 10, adv 8 ITUNES LIVE: FRIENDLY FIRES, MAGISTRATES The St Albans-based funky indie-pop four-piece perform. Roundhouse Chalk Farm Rd, NW1 (0844 482 8008). Tube: Chalk Farm. 6pm, free via facebook. com/iTunesEU GREGORIAN The outfit plays death metal tracks. South Of The Border Old St, EC1 Tube/Rail: Old St. 8pm, adv 5 JESCA HOOP, MY FIRST TOOTH, BIRDENGINE The Californian singer-songwriter plays indie acoustic folk-rock. The Tamesis Dock Albert Embankment, SE1 (0207 582 1066). 8pm, adv 6 KLAK TIK The London band play indie-folk. The Britannia Victoria Park Rd, E9 (020 8533 0040). Rail: Homerton. 7.30pm, free THE LAST DETAILS Rock from the London four-piece. 93 Feet East, Main Hall Brick Lane, E1 (020 7247 3293). Tube/Rail: Liverpool St. 7.30pm, 7, adv 5 LIFES A BEACH: SAUDIS, THE GOOD NEWS Indie-rock from the London band. Macbeth Hoxton St, N1 (020 7749 0600). Tube/Rail: Old St. 8pm, free THE LUMINARIES The band play prog-grunge with a touch of math-rock. The Grove Morden Rd, SW19 (020 8543 2023). 8pm, 5 MILESTONES Soul and R&B septet specialising in Motown and disco funk classics. Dover St Restaurant And Bar Dover St, W1 (020 7629 9813). Tube: Green Park. 5.30pm, 8, free before 10pm MOLOTOV JUKEBOX Ska, reggae, gypsy dance and funk with flamenco and house influences. Proud The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd, NW1 (020 7482 3867). Tube: Camden Town. 7.30pm, 5 NEON HIGHWIRE Electronica, rock and pop. Mother Bar Old St, EC1 (0793 9587 625). 8pm, 5, concs 4 NINE INCH NAILS The American industrial rock outfit. O2 Arena Peninsula Sq, SE10 (0871 220 0260). Tube: North Greenwich, Rail: Westcombe Park Railway Station. 6.30pm, 32.50 PENDULUM Symphonic rock from Australia. Somerset House The Strand, WC2 (020 7845 4600). Tube: Covent Garden. 7.30pm, 27.50, phone for availability PETE & THE PIRATES Reading five-piece play indie-rock. Borderline Orange Yard, Manette St, W1 (0870 060 3777). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 7pm, 8.50 THE PRETENDERS Chrissie Hyndes veteran pop-rockers. O2 Shepherds Bush Empire Shepherds Bush Green, W12 (0905 020 3999). Tube: Shepherds Bush. 7pm, 25 THE RUMBLE STRIPS London-based powerpop five-piece. Wiltons Music Hall Graces Alley, Ensign St, E1 (020 7702 2789). Tube: Tower Hill. 7.30pm, 12.50 SHIRLEY, LOAD The Brighton band play punk-rock. The Good Ship Kilburn High Rd, NW6 (07949 008253). Tube: Kilburn. 7.30pm, 4 AS SILENCE FALLS, THEIR STRANGE GATHERINGThe South Wales four-piece play rock. The Fly New Oxford St, WC1 (0844 847 2424). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 7.30pm, adv 5 LUCIE SILVAS The singer-songwriter plays pop-. Pigalle Piccadilly, W1 (020 7734 8142). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. 6.30pm, 15 KAZ SIMMONS, THE FANCY TOYS The folk, indie, jazz singer/ songwriters perform. Ginglik Shepherds Bush Green, W12 (020 8749 2310). Tube: Shepherds Bush. 7pm, 5 IN&OUTTONIGHT Givelightninggirlajolt IN TowN LAST NIGHT... POP Lady GaGa O2BrixtonAcademy HHHII Andre PAine Duet For one YOUVE got a couple of weeks left to see Juliet Stevenson, right, and Henry Goodman star in this acclaimed play about a concert violinist whose career is threatened by the onset of multiple sclerosis. Until 1 Aug, Vaudeville Theatre, The Strand WC2 (0870 040 0084), Tue-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 3pm, 25-45. Tube: Charing Cross LAST CHANCE To SEE GLObAL GAtherinG24-25 July, Long Marston Airfield To enter text LL WIN followed by a space and your first name and email address to 65400 before 9am tomorrow. Texts cost 50p plus standard network charges. Entrants must be over 18. Terms and conditions apply, see thisislondon.co.uk/lite txt 65400 WE ARE offering four readers pairs of weekend tickets to the Global Gathering festival at Long Marston Airfield in Stratford-Upon Avon. The Prodigy, right, Orbital and Pendulum head a line-up that also includes DJs Armin Van Buuren and David Guetta. For more information go to globalgathering.co.uk win tickets LADY GAGA has dominated the charts this year with her robotic voice and super- slick synth-pop. But that couldnt prepare you for the odd, alien character who stalked the stage -- sometimes with very few clothes on -- at Brixton. The 23-year-old New Yorkers commitment to over-the-top outfits is well-known. This was a chance to get a close-up of Lady GaGa in all her glory at her first headline London show following support slots with Take That. It was a disorientating experience, ranging from humdrum kiddy pop to unbeatable hit singles. Unfortunately, there are only three of the latter, and she began with Paparazzi, emerging amid dry ice in a mirrored dress and eye mask from a Dalek-style casing. I think that perhaps I have penis envy, was GaGas explanation to the crowd. Most of the budget must have gone on outfits, although the transparent piano filled with plastic balls was impressive. She was joined by her band eventually, but they initially sounded too synthetic and even her male dance troupe looked a bit bored, although she did appreciate the fans. I cant believe theres 5,000 people in here, she said referring to her little darlings, which went down well with the teenage girls who had copied her lightning bolt face paint from the videos. It was uneven, yet on dumb tunes such as Boys Boys Boys, GaGa was still able to prove shes got a big voice and can dance. The irresistible Just Dance arrived midway and Poker Face was held back for the end. It was hard to avoid the sense of hits being rationed, but with GaGa bashing a cymbal and fans leaping about to the biggest single of the year, it was a memorable finale. It was fun but it should have been fabulous. Lady in the mirror: GaGa last night 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.html40.html41.html42.html43.html