20 Thursday, 23 July 2009 London Lite castad-libsaccidentintomusicaltoaudiencehysterics a table collapse on stage brings thehousedown Woman is arrested after glass attack at Harry and Wills club Show must go on: Jay Benedict and James Graeme contained giggles ITS A SIGN of a good actor when they can f lawlessly ad-lib their way out of a disastrous situation on stage. So hats off to the stars of new West End production Too Close To The Sun, who managed to keep their audience captivated A WOMAN was arrested today after a vicious attack on another clubber at Boujis in South Kensington after a fight broke out in the early hours of the morning. A female clubber threw a glass at the head of her male companion who was then rushed to hospital. Police officers arrested the woman at the exclusive nightspot just after 1am and she is currently in custody. The victim of the assault is believed to have been released from hospital with a slight injury to the ear. This is not the first time police have been called to the club, a favourite watering hole of Princes Harry and William and Williams girlfriend Kate Middleton, following violence. Three years ago a bloody fight erupted outside the venue while Prince Harry partied the night away with friends inside. Several clubbers were left covered in blood after the brawl in June 2006. The club is popular with a string of celebrities as well as the royals. Cameron Diaz, Jude Law and Freddie Flintoff have all been pictured leaving the club this week. as they nonchalantly included a collapsing set into their lines. The cast of the musical, about the final days of Nobel Prize-winning writer Ernest Hemingway, found themselves in something of a predicament when the table they were sitting on fell apart. Helen Dallimore and Jay Benedict, who play the suicidal authors wife and best friend, found themselves almost lost for words after they suddenly fell to the floor. As the audience at the Comedy Theatre roared with laughter, the two actors managed to keep straight faces as Dallimore said to Benedict: Youve put on a lot of weight. Then, as they tried to rise from the floor, James Graeme, who plays Hemingway, walked out and as he tried to suppress his giggles, asked Benedict how he could justify breaking my furniture. The shows general manager, Andrew Jenkins, said of the accident: The audi- ence enjoyed the moment and both cast and table are doing well. Danger: Dallimore sitting on the dodgy table Raid: police at Boujis this morning by georgina littlejohn Inbrief corrie booted to thursday night CORONATION STReeT will be aired tonight -- the first time in its 49-year history that it has been shown on a Thursday. ITV said the five-times-weekly soap is moving to accommodate UeFA Champions League football matches. The hour-long emmerdale on Tuesday nights has been slashed to 30 minutes, with an extra episode being screened on Thursdays. teacher is held over sex probe A FeMALe teacher at one of Londons top private girls schools has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a pupil. The 26- year-old teacher at the City of London School for Girls is on bail and has been suspended. Parents at the 13,000-a-year school were sent text messages about the incident. Previous pupils at the school include singer Dido and TV presenter Claudia Winkleman. 60% plunge a new home truth THe NUMBeR of new homes being built in London has plummeted by 60 per cent compared to the same period last year. Just 1,539 homes were constructed between January and this month, compared with a 4,359 in the same period last year. experts say the slump is mainly due to the continuing difficulties faced by first-time buyers trying to secure mortgages. cheesesosmelly its locked away A CITY restaurant has been forced to keep the latest addition to its cheese board under lock and key to protect diners from its pungent odour. Staff at the High Timber restaurant have their Vieux Boulogne cheese -- acknowledged by experts as the smelliest in the world -- in a special box. Owner Neleen Strauss said the smell had to be experienced to be believed. H 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