IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS If youre asking if Ive cried since my split with Pete, no I havent. I did all of the crying when I was married. The mother-of-three may have trouble fitting being a wedding planner into her schedule. She aims to release another album because the manage- ment Im with, Outside, they mainly do music, and has a range of baby clothes thats about to hit the shops. She is also working on a range of products for horses, an underwear line and another perfume. But without a doubt, my favourite is a style book thats coming out this autumn, full of pictures of her in different outfits so even if you cant read youll still be able to... er, appreciate it. One for her original market, then. LAUREN PAXMAN London Lite Friday, 24 July 2009 19 IN&OUTTONIGHTWhen the Price is always rightKatie Price Sapphire (Century, 12.99) is out next Thursday. 11PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC YacHt THE BLOWS Jona Bechtolt recently added Claire L Evans to his indie-electro solo project, turning Yacht, right, into a duo. Catch tunes from their latest album, See Mystery Lights. Cargo, 83 Rivington St EC2 (020 7739 3440), 6pm, free. Tube: Old St CompiledbyLaurenPaxman Coming SoonTomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out cHasing Ora THE rock five-piece, right, tragically lost one of their frontwomen, Joanna, in a car crash earlier this year, so this gig is dedicated to her memory and will raise money for charity. Barfly, 49 Chalk Farm Rd NW1 (0870 907 0999,, 8pm, 6. Tube: Chalk Farm FOrest Fire FANS of Fleet Foxes, Bon Iver and Wilco will love Forest Fire, right, who see themselves as a punk band playing folk songs. 14 Aug, The Luminaire, 311 Kilburn High Rd NW6 (020 7372 7123,, 8pm, 8, 7 adv. Tube: Kilburn tOO clOse tO tHe sun JAMES GRAEME, right, stars in this account of Ernest Hemingways struggles in his final year. Until 5 Sep, Comedy Theatre, Panton St SW1 (0870 060 6637), Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 2.30pm, tonight 7pm, 10-55. Tube: Piccadilly Circus Coming SoonTomorrowToday DOrian graY THIS Victorian cabaret-themed production stars Matthew James Thomas, right, as the man fond of his looks. Until 2 Aug, Leicester Square Theatre, 5 Leicester Place WC2 (0844 847 2475), Tue-Sun 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 3pm, 15-20. Tube: Leicester Sq JuDgment DaY A SMALL Austrian village is the setting for this play, right, about a horrific train crash just before the Second World War. 3 Sep-17 Oct, Almeida Theatre, Almeida St N1 (020 7359 4404, almeida., Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mat Sat 3pm, 8-32. Tube: Angel scenes FrOm cOmmunal living SHARE your tales of nightmare housemates and Rachel Parris, Ben Van Der Velde, left, and others will turn them into a play about flatshare hell. Tristan Bates Theatre, 1a Tower St WC2 (020 7240 6283), 9pm, 9, 6 concs. Tube: Leicester Sq Coming SoonTomorrowToday carnival OF mOnsters WRITERS GUILD award winner Colin Hoult, left, forces punters to think about how were all monsters. Its much funnier than it sounds. Etcetera Theatre, The Oxford Arms, 265 Camden High St NW1 (020 7482 4857, etceteratheatre. com), 6.30pm, 6.50. Tube: Camden Town Big rOOms & BellY laugHs RUSSELL HOWARD, left, the youthful livewire whos a regular on Mock The Week, previews material hell be touring around the UK later this year. Mon, Soho Theatre, 21 Dean St W1 (0870 429 6883,, 9.45pm, returns only. Tube: Tottenham Court Rd mixmag EXPECT to queue for ages but a line-up including synthpop boys Filthy Dukes, left, should be worth the wait. Egg, 5-13 Vale Royal, off York Way N7 (020 7609 8364, egg, 10pm, 12. Tube: Kings Cross Coming SoonTomorrowToday Feeling glOOmY THE FEELING GLOOMY DJs, Leonard and Cliff, left, try their best to bring a tear to your eye with sad hit songs and a set from air guitarists The Miserablists. O2 Islington Academy, N1 Centre, 16 Parkfield St N1 (0870 771 2000), 10.30pm, 8, 6 before midnight, 4 adv. Tube: Angel DeFecteD in tHe HOuse HOUSE duo Max Reich, left and Simon Marlin, aka The Shapeshifters, are supported by ATFC and DJ Spen as Defected returns to SE1s superclub. 1 Aug, Ministry Of Sound, 103 Gaunt St SE1 (08700 600 010, ministryofsound. com), 11pm, 20, 12 adv. Tube: Elephant & Castle THIS may surprise you, but Katie Price hasnt rung me up to gossip about her divorce. Piers Morgan beat me to that, and Price insists: Thats the only interview Im ever going to do talking about Pete and the split. Instead Im guest-starring -- as an interviewer -- on her new solo reality TV show (There are two names I like: Independent Woman or The Pricey Show) to help her promote her fourth adult fiction novel, Sapphire, a strangely prophetic book about a stunning, ambitious businesswoman who goes through an especially bitter break-up. Its like Ive jinxed myself a little bit, the writer, singer, glamour model, reality TV star and clothes designer (for people and horses) says. Price admits that Sapphire, who organises hen parties for a living and owns her own beauty salon and underwear boutique, sounds a bit like her (Id like to do weddings as well to be honest. Jordans Weddings) except for one thing -- shed never make Sapphires mistake of learning to trust a man again. Not that shell admit to getting emo- tional about the split. When it comes to men, Im very good at controlling my emotions, she says, although view- ers of her TV show may beg to differ. Single market: busy Price, minus wedding ring 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