TV COMIC Phill Jupitus and Eighties pop singer Belinda Carlisle were unveiled today as the new stars of West End musical Hairspray. The cross- dressing comedy is heading into the third year of its successful run at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Jupitus, team captain on BBC2s Never Mind The Buzzcocks, is in rehearsals for his turn as larger-than- life heroine Edna Turnblad, the part previously played by Michael Ball and Brian Conley. The new-look line- up, which is due to begin performances on 26 October, also features Carlisle, who had a No1 hit single in 1987 with Heaven Is A Place On Earth. She will take the stage as glamorous white supremacist Velma Von Tussle. Hairspray won four Olivier awards last year. London Lite Wednesday, 2 September 2009 15 Available to new approved customers while customer remains on promoted price plan. Inclusive calls are for calls to standard UK landlines beginning 01, 02, 03 & UK mobiles or texts sent from the UK to other UK mobiles. 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Unlimited text ONLY 10 A MONTH Our fantastic deal Inbrief Climate groups Whitehall demo Activists staged a protest at the Whitehall headquarters of the Department of Energy and climate change today to mark the end of the Blackheath climate camp. in armbands and goggles, they sat in kayaks for a drown-in to highlight the threat of rising sea levels. the protesters say they are confronting the departments support for false solutions such as carbon trading. Del Boys van is half-inched A REPLicA of Del Boys Reliant Robin in Only Fools And Horses has been swiped from a market, it was revealed today. the yellow three- wheeler, with the slogan New York, Paris, Peckham was stolen on sunday during a promotional appearance at Dagenham Market. the market manager, Frank Nash, had left the locked van in a compound at about 3pm. Fatboy ready to jam for Oxfam FAtBOY sLiM, Basement Jaxx, Editors and Just Jack are among a line-up of acts who will play secret charity gigs in Oxfam shops somewhere in London. vv Brown and the stereo Mcs have also been lined up for the Oxjam events in front of only 150 people at each venue during this month and next. tickets will go on sale from 9am on Friday at oxfam.org.uk Were all tweet on a logo for our city BelindagetsherPhillofabrand-newHairstyle LondonershelprebrandthecapitalinTwittercampaign LONDONERS are being asked to help design a new logo for the city to rival New Yorks I NY campaign. One of the firms bidding to design the logo, to be used globally in the run-up to the 2012 Games, called for ideas to be posted on Twitter, with hundreds of members of the public submit- ting artwork. Mayor Boris Johnson is spend- ing 600,000 on the logo and a shortlist of six design firms will be drawn from more than 450 entries after tomorrows deadline. The six will then present ideas to a design council next week, including London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games chairman Sebastian Coe, designer Anya Hindmarch and Olympic Delivery Authority adviser Steven Norris. A winner will be announced after the Vancouver Winter Olympics next year. One of the firms in the running, Moving Brands, used Twitter to invite the public to take par t in the creative process. London has several different logos at the moment. It just got confusing, said firm founder James Hull. After the debate over the 2012 logo, we realised a rebranding on this scale could be controversial. We decided to open up that process. Hundreds of people have signed up with the firm to receive Twitter updates. Mr Hull added: We wont be presenting a final logo as part of our bid, as we really want people to be involved. What we are pro- posing is a collaborative way Londoners can help shape the logo, which we hope will end up in something we are all proud to have associated with the city. Mr Johnson said: In three years, the eyes of the world will turn to London as we host the greatest sporting event in the world and its appropriate we brand ourselves accordingly. T he 2 01 2 O ly m pic a nd Paralympic Games provide a once-in-a-generation promotional opportunity for the capital, with potential audiences of half the planets population. I am confi- dent were now in a stronger position to showcase the capitals array of artistic, cultural and sporting assets. Mr Johnsons director of mar- keting Dan Ritterband said: This process will act as a fan- tastic showcase for creative tal- ent in London. by GeorGina littlejohn Let us spray: Phill meets himself in Edna costume, left, and Belinda Carlisle, right Design by the people: some of the logo concepts submitted to Moving Brands 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.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html