IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS 13PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC CompiledbyLaurenPaxman TomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out Coming SoonTomorrowToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday Andrew w.K. IT SEEMS the second career as a motivational speaker didnt quite go to plan, so Andrew W.K., right, is back with a surprising album of solo piano improvisations. Kings College Student Union, Macadam Building, Surrey St WC2 (kclsu.org), 8pm, returns only. Tube: Temple bob log III ThE mysterious Bob Log, right, who wears a helmet wired up to a telephone, will play dirty rocknroll and hillbilly blues. Girls, beware of requests for audience participation. Luminaire, 311 Kilburn high Rd NW6 (020 7372 7123, theluminaire.com), 7.30pm, 15. Tube: Kilburn ZZ Top BILLy GIBBONS and Dusty hill, right, are almost as famous for the sunglasses and facial hair as blues- rock hits Gimme All your Lovin and Legs. 28 Oct, Wembley Arena (0844 815 0815, livenation.co.uk/ wembley), 7.30pm, 40. Tube: Wembley Pk SIx of The beST hARRy hILL, left, Addy Van Der Borgh, Andy Askins, Ian Moore and John Moloney make us laugh in aid of The Abandoned & Destitute Childrens Appeal Fund. Comedy Store, 1a Oxendon St SW1 (0844 847 1728, thecomedy- store.co.uk), 8pm, 16. Tube: Piccadilly Circus lAST nIghT of The pomS BARRy hUMPhRIES performs as both Dame Edna Everage, left, and Sir Les Patterson, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Carl Davis. Royal Albert hall, SW7 (020 7589 8212, royal- alberthall.com), 7.45pm, 20-35. Tube: South Ken Im Sorry I hAvenT A Clue BARRy CRyER, left, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, and guest host Jack Dee talk nonsense in the legendary show broadcast on Radio 4. 27 Sep, New Wimbledon Theatre, The Broadway, SW19 (0870 060 6646), 2.30pm & 7.30pm, 21-25. Tube: Wimbledon AS you lIKe IT LAURA ROGERS and Naomi Frederick, right, star in Thea Sharrocks irresistible comedy production. Until 10 Oct, Globe, 21 New Globe Walk SE1 (020 7401 9919, shakespeares-globe. org), 7.30pm, 5-33. Tube: Southwark The mySTerIeS -- yIImImAngAlISo MEDIEVAL Mystery plays adapted by the acclaimed Cape Town company Isango Portobello, right. Until 3 Oct, Garrick Theatre, Charing Cross Rd WC2 (0844 579 1974), tomorrow 7pm, other times vary, 30-45. Tube: Leicester Sq The yorK reAlIST STEPhEN hAGAN and Matthew Burton, right, star in this revival of Peter Gills Olivier-nominated play about a gay love affair. 22 Sep-11 Oct, Riverside Studios, Crisp Rd W6 (020 8237 1111, riversidestudios. co.uk), Tue-Sat 7.30pm, Sun 6pm, 14, 12 concs. Tube: hammersmith SAlSA CArIbe DJ DOCTOR JIM, left, spins salsa, timba and Latin jazz tunes to swing your hips to after Cuban dance lessons from Susan hacking. Buffalo Bar, 259 Upper St N1 (020 7359 6191, buffalobar.co.uk), 7.30pm, 7 with lesson, 4 without. Tube: highbury & Islington whITe heAT INDIE and synthpop spinners Matty and Olly, left, keep the dance floor moving after Pivot, The Oscillantion and hind Ear all play live. Madame JoJos, 8-10 Brewer St W1 (020 7734 3040, madamejojos.com), 8pm, 7. Tube: Piccadilly Circus loST dAwn CRAIG GUNN, left, and Adam Symbiosis host this new house and electro night. Sam Cookney, Psychosis and Tom Gallagher man the decks in the chill-out room. 25 Sep, Cable, 33A Bermondsey St SE1 (020 7403 7730, cable-london. com), 10pm, 10, 7.50 adv. Tube: London Bridge London Lite Monday, 14 September 2009 25 Noblestandfor fresherlaughsroSS noble The comedian is at the Apollo Theatre until 24 October. Seeing Ross noble is hugely different from any other stand-up comic. Where most do the same show night after night with minimal variation, geordie joker noble makes it a habit to do something completely different every evening. My shows are kind of like a bunch of mates getting together, suggests noble. its about what happens on that particular night in that particular room, rather than something people could be watching on TV. After a while with some acts, audiences go, Hang on, why drag my arse to a theatre when i can just wait and get it on DVD? noble will test that theory on a six- week run in the West end, offering surreal monologues and a sometimes frustrating inability to ever get to the point. The most impressive part is hell sell out with little to no help from most stand-ups best friend: TV. People assume im anti-TV, but im not. im just anti-mediocrity. ive never understood going on TV just for the sake of it. Proving hes not anti-gogglebox, Five will screen Ross nobles Australian Trip later this month, following his adven- tures on an 85-date tour there. its been something of a catharsis for noble, who lost his Australian home to bush fires back in February, and revitalised his passion for the quirkier parts down under. You know those travel shows where people show you the country? everything i talk about is the stuff they wouldnt bother with, like specific local shops and unusual local people. This is probably the most superficial travel show ever! But with such unwavering popularity both here and in Oz, might noble ever play arenas? ive done them in Australia, but you can get into a p*ssing contest to see who can sell the most tickets. Which is actually why i wanted to do six weeks in the West end, just to mix it up a bit. And as the man himself points out with a chuckle, a six-week run has one huge bonus. Well, theres bound to be at least one good night, isnt there?! DAVID BALDWIN Unpredictable: every Ross Noble show is different Coming Soon 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