London Lite Friday, 14 August 2009 15 IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS Ill chuck it all inwhenIm60QUENTIN TARANTINO Inglourious Basterds (18) is out next Wednesday. 10PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyStephanieHirschmiller COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC BIlly ChIldIsh ANd MUsICIANs Of ThE BRITIsh EMpIRE CHILDISH, centre right, had his name emblazoned on Tracey Emins bed but he also does a mean line in garage rock and poetry. The Boston Arms, 178 Junction Rd N19 (020 7272 8153), 8.30pm, 8. Tube: Tufnell Park Coming SoonTomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out JOOls hOllANd ANd hIs RhyThM & BlUEs ORChEsTRA THE Squeeze founder, right, is the UKs best-known band leader and pianist. Mellow out, grab a deckchair and pray it doesnt rain. Kenwood House, Hampstead Lane NW3 (0845 658 6960, picnicconcerts.com), 7.30pm, 30-39, concs 28.50. Tube: Hampstead then 210 bus ZIMfEsT ZIMBABWES Glasto comes to SW20. Rozalla Miller, right, headlines with Mann Friday, Vusa Mkhaya and Terence Mas. Proceeds go to help build a school back in Zim. Sep 5, Prince Georges Playing Fields, Raynes Park SW20 (020 7549 0355), noon, 25. Rail: Raynes Park ARCAdIA JESSIE CAVE, right, stars in Tom Stoppards country house drama in which the guests investigate those of the previous century. Until 12 Sep, Duke of Yorks Theatre, St Martins Lane WC2 (0870 060 6623), Mon-Sat 7.30pm, Wed & Sat 2.30pm, 15- 49.50. Tube: Leicester Sq Coming SoonTomorrowToday ROMEO ANd JUlIET ELLIE KENDRICK, right, plays the classic Shakespeare role in the star-crossed lovers tale. Until 23 Aug, Shakespeares Globe, 21 New Globe Walk SE1 (020 7401 9919), in rep, tomorrow 2pm, other times vary, returns only. Tube: Southwark MOThER COURAgE ANd hER ChIldREN FIONA SHAW, right, takes the title role in Brechts uncompromising masterpiece. 9 Sep11 Oct, National Theatre, South Bank SE1 (020 7452 3000), in rep, times vary, 10-30. Tube: Waterloo sAM VEAlE THE multitalented Veale, left, began his career as a juggler and became a comedian via a stint on CBBC. He now combines both showmanship and deadpan humour. Until Sat, Bath House Comedy Club, 96 Dean St W1 (07847 830 226, bathhouse comedyclub.com), 8.45pm, 5. Tube: Tottenham Crt Rd Coming SoonTomorrowToday ThE COMEdy sTORE MARKUS BIRDMAN, left, expresses sympathy for the devil and all those whove sold their soul to the Dark Lord. Bless him... The Comedy Store, 1a Oxendon St SW1 (0870 060 2340, thecomedystore.co.uk), 8pm & midnight, 16-18. Tube: Piccadilly Circus lAURA sOlON THE Perrier award-winner and star of BBCs Harry And Paul, left, treads the boards with new multi- character comedy, Rabbit Faced Story Soup. 6-17 Oct, Soho Theatre, 21 Dean St W1 (0870 429 6883, sohotheatre.com), 9.45pm, 12.50-17.50. Tube: Tottenham Crt Rd A RAVE wITh NO NAME KNOCK twice and step through the Portobello eatery to the outdoor yurt where Death To All Culture Snitches DJ Alex Sheridan, left, and Dissidents Gatto Fritto get down and disco. Caf Ravenous, 275 Portobello Rd (text RAVE to 60123 for more info), 10pm, 5. Tube: Ladbroke Grove Coming SoonTomorrowToday ElECTRIC ChAIR sAVEd My lIfE MANCUNIAN DJ duo The Unabombers, aka Luke, left, and Justin, play tunes from their Electric Chair mix album of house, disco, R&B, techno and sulphuric soul. East Village, 89 Great Eastern St EC2 (020 7739 5173), 9pm, 10, 8 before 11pm. Tube: Old St A fETE wORsE ThAN dEATh A MIX of village fte, rooftop BBQ and disco with Damon Martin and Nathan Gregory Wilkins, left, of Disco Bloodbath. Sun, Queen Of Hoxton, 1 Curtain Rd EC2 (020 7422 0958, thequeenof hoxton.co.uk), 8pm, 5, free. Tube: Old St THE chin enters the room first, then the nose, then the ego and finally Quentin Tarantino himself. Hes full of nervous energy, an utter geek who riffs about movies -- his own and everyone elses -- at lightning speed. It was a blast, thats for darn sure, he beams about Inglourious Basterds, his epic revenge fantasy in which a troop of American soldiers plot to kill Hitler. Some critics say its his masterpiece, which elicits a grin and a Gee, shucks from the 46-year-old former video store clerk who still seems stunned by the fact he gets to make movies for a living. And what movies. Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown and Kill Bill will go down in cinema history as auda- cious works of art. Not so Grindhouse, the Planet Terror/Death Proof double feature he co-directed with Robert Rodriguez in 2007 to a resounding thud at the box office. Hes still furious about the decision to split it in two over here. England has a tradition of double features so it was a disastrous mistake to divide it, which we paid for right in the shorts. I got over the fail- ure, but it felt like my girlfriend had broken up with me. Asked which of his films he rates the highest, he babbles: Its not for the chicken to speak about its own soup, but then names Kill Bill Volume 2. I screened it the other day and could not believe how enjoyable it was, he says with nary a hint of false modesty. Then hes off on one about a host of other movies from Where Eagles Dare (The Terminator of its day) to the new Star Trek (That one really deliv- ered the goods). Surprisingly, hes planning to fold up his directors chair at 60. If the movie I make at 59 sucks I aint going out like that so Ill be forced to make one more. But I dont wanna make old-man movies. I dont want my crea- tive red line dipping. Ill write novels and essays and that will be a lovely way to spend my time. 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