London Lite Friday, 4 September 2009 11 Whats on at 19 September 21 September 25 September 04 October 01 November11 & 12 September OVER 20 BARS & RESTAURANTS OPEN EARLY TILL LATE. MONDAY TO SUNDAY. COME AND ENJOY. Tube: North Greenwich (Jubilee Line, Zone 2). Buses: 129,188, 422. Thames Clipper: Waterloo to The O2 in under 30 mins. To book tickets or for further travel info visit KEITH SWEAT JON B TEVIN CAMPBELL HORACE BROWN PELE An Evening with PELE An Evening with by georgina littlejohn nCOMMUTERS will be able to travel for less when using Oyster pay-as-you-go if they avoid Zone 1 as they cross London. From Sunday, new pink card readers at key Overground and Tube stations will let passengers register when they have avoided the citys centre. Starry: Montagu Square Allyouneedis...anotherblue plaqueforLennonatrockpad Commuters hit by 143% railfaresrise Companyaxescheaperoption JOHN LENNON is set to be honoured with a blue plaque outside the ultimate rocknroll pad in London that was the setting for a notorious nude photo shoot with Yoko Ono for their Two Virgins album cover. It will be his second English Heritage honour -- there is a plaque to his memory in Liverpool. He and wife Ono only lived in the flat at 34 Montagu Square in Marylebone for three months. Other stars who made their home there included Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney as well as Jimi Hendrix. RAIL commuters face a record increase in the cost of travel as train companies sidestep government regulations aimed at keeping prices down. Passengers who usually use their combined rail and Tube travel card for the 8.16am Market Harborough to St Pancras service will no longer be able to do so, and will instead face a fares rise from 37.50 to 92 -- up 143.5 per cent. Those from Kettering on the same train will see fares rise this weekend from 36.50 to 82 (124.7 per cent). From Wellingborough, the cost goes from 35.50 to 78 (119.7 per cent). Many off-peak fares on routes from the West to and from Paddington increase by up to 20 per cent from Sunday. Industry sources gave warning that train companies plan huge increases in unregulated fares, such as off-peak, in the new year. They are having to cut regulated peak ticket prices from January because of falling inflation. Biggest increases are on East Midland Trains -- owned by Stagecoach, which made pre-tax profits of 196.4 m last year. East Midland has banned the combined card on the 8.16am to bring stations south of Leicester into line with other stations on our network. Two Virgins: Lennon and Ono 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