IN&OUTTONIGHT LISTINGS 32 Monday, 21 September 2009 London Lite LISTINGSThe Flowerpot (was The Bullet Bar) Kentish Town Rd, NW1 (020 7485 6040). Train: Kentish Town. 9pm, doors 5pm, free LA GUNS The Hollywood four-piece play classic rock and metal. The Underworld Camden High St, NW1 (020 7482 1932). Tube: Camden Town. 7.30pm, doors 7pm, 12 LOST CRUSADERS, KING SALAMI & THE CUMBERLAND 3 Rock from the New York-based quintet. Ryans Bar Stoke Newington Church St, N16 (020 7275 7807). Tube: Manor House. 8pm, 5 MIS-LED, THE BITTER SUITE, THE REASON The outfit plays post grunge punk. Dublin Castle Parkway, NW1 (020 8806 2668). Tube: Camden Town. 8.30pm, 6, concs 4.50 MONDAYS AT THE DISTILLERS ARMS A showcase of up-and-coming bands. The Distillers Arms Fulham Palace Rd, W6 (020 8748 2834). Tube: Hammersmith/Barons Court. 7.30pm, free MONSTERS OF FOLK A collaboration between folk artist Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis, Jim James and M. Ward. Troxy Commercial Rd, E1 (020 7748 2728). Tube: Tower Hill/Bank; DLR: Limehouse. 7.30pm, 20 MONDAY MIX: NATHAN AND NICO The duo perform popular covers including hits by The Beatles, The Kinks and The Rolling Stones. Powers Kilburn High Rd, NW6 (020 7372 4598). Tube: Kilburn. 8.30pm, free NITEVISIONS, GRONK, JOE ACRES & THE NEONS The band play electropop. Monto Water Rats Grays Inn Rd, WC1 (020 7837 4412). Train: Kings Cross. 7pm, 6 OBAMA PLAYS POP Open-mic night. The Rhythm Factory Whitechapel Rd, E1 (020 7375 3774). Tube: Whitechapel. 8pm, free HOLLY PENFIELD The London-based vocalist performs jazz-influenced pop. The Green Carnation Greek St, W1 (020 7434 3323). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 10pm, free RED SKY AT NIGHT Acoustic bluegrass country outfit. Jamboree, Courtyard Cable St, E1 (07713 867 881). Tube: Limehouse. 8pm, free DAMION SCARCELLA: AL BOWLLY TRIBUTE The member of The Flying Pickets performs the songs of the crooner. Le Quecumbar Battersea High St, SW11 (020 7787 2227). Rail: Queenstown Rd/Battersea. 7pm, 13, adv 9 THE STEREOPHONICS The Welsh indie-rock band promote their album Keep Calm And Carry On. The Electric Ballroom Camden High St, NW1 (020 7485 9006). Tube: Camden Town. phone for times, 22.50 STORNOWAY Indie-folk five-piece from Oxford. ICA The Mall, SW1 (020 7930 3647). Train: Charing Cross. 7.30pm, 8.50 HAMISH STUART BAND The former Average White Band vocalist and guitarist plays soulful and funky grooves with his band. 606 Club Lots Rd, SW10 (020 7352 5953). Tube: Earls Court. 7.30pm, 8-10 THE MOLOTOVS, UNGDOMSKULEN Indie-pop from the London six-piece. Hoxton Sq Bar And Kitchen Hoxton Sq, N1 (020 7613 0709). Train: Old St. 8pm, 6, adv 5 THE SKYLARKERS, ARCHIE WAH WAHS, YOU HAD ME AT HELLO The London-based band play modern punk. Hope And Anchor Upper St, N1 (020 7354 1312). Train: Highbury & Islington. 8.30pm, 6, concs 4.50 THE VEILS London-based alternative indie quartet. The Scala Pentonville Rd, N1 (020 7833 2022). Train: Kings Cross. 7.30pm, adv 10 Jazz & Blues MICHAEL HENDERSONS ELECTRIC MILES The bassist leads his band in a tribute to Miles Davis. Ronnie Scotts Frith St, W1 (020 7439 0747). Tube: Leicester Sq. 9pm, 20-36 MARINA LASLO The Russian vocalist and violinist plays jazz and cabaret classics. Live! On The Park At Pizza On The Park Knightsbridge, SW1 (020 7235 5273). Tube: Hyde Park Corner. 7pm, 15 MICHAEL L. ROBERTS QUINTET The jazz vocalist performs with his band. Pizza Express Jazz Club Dean St, W1 (020 7437 9595). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 7pm, 15 CLubS Gay & Lesbian MONDAYS AT EAGLE LONDON The Eagle Boyz spin sexy club grooves. Kennington Lane SE11 (020 7793 0903). Train: Vauxhall. 9pm-2am, 3, mems free POPCORN AT HEAVEN Commercial dance, house, pop and R&B, plus a cinema and chill-out room. Charing Cross Arches, Villiers St WC2 (020 7930 2020). Train: Charing Cross. 10pm-6am, 8, 2 before midnight, w/band free before 1am TUESDAY AT BARCODE VAUXHALL Brent Nicholls spins the latest funky house tunes and bar grooves. Goding St SE11 (020 7582 4180). Train: Vauxhall. Today 4pm-1am, phone for prices House & Garage COLONY AT THE RUSSIAN BAR The resident DJs play underground dance. Kingsland Rd E2 (07916 119541). Train: Old St. Phone for times, free before 11pm HAPPY MONDAY AT THIRST Chill-out anthems courtesy of the residents. Greek St W1 (020 7437 1977). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 5pm-3am, 3, NUS discount available HAPPY MONDAYS AT YATESS Resident DJ Darren Heath plays commercial classics. Leicester Sq WC2 (020 7839 7967). Tube: Leicester Sq. phone for details MONDAYS AT STORM Residents spin R&B, garage and club classics. Leicester Sq WC2 (020 7839 2633). Tube: Leicester Sq. 10pm-3am, free MONDAY AT BARCODE VAUXHALL DJ Andy Luca spins house and electro. Goding St SE11 (020 7582 4180). Train: Vauxhall. Phone for details Others CUBAN SALSA AT FIESTA HAVANA DJ Flecha plays Cuban beats, plus dance classes with Juan Carlos. Fulham Rd SW6 (020 7381 5005). Tube: Fulham Broadway. 5pm-2am, 10 & 6 BITE AT PUNK Indie, rock, retro and pop night with electro, trashy pop, Motown and booty-shaking hip hop from Lydia (After Skool Klub), with support from Vice and Snap, Crackle & Pop DJs. Soho St W1 (020 7734 4004). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 10pm-3am, 5, 3 w/ flyer/ NUS, free before 10pm BOGAN BINGO AT WALKABOUT Join Tim & Trev supply rock anthems, plus bingo and air guitar competitions. Shepherds Bush Green W12 (020 8740 4339). 7pm-11pm, phone for prices CHERRY POP AT LVPO The resident DJs supply pop. Dean St W1 (020 7434 3399). Tube: Leicester Sq. 9pm-3am, phone for prices DISCO DOWN AND DIRTY Tori Mayo and guests play a mix of dirty disco, new wave, post-punk and electro, during this one-off special. Brick Lane E1 (020 7247 3293). Train: Liverpool St. 7pm-11pm, free EAST IS EAST AT THE VIBE BAR East Larry spins hip hop, funk, dirty boogie and dubstep. Brick Lane E1 (020 7247 3479). Tube: Aldgate Eastreet. 7.30pm- 11.30pm, free FRESH AT 101 BAR Residents supply blues and easy listening. New Oxford St WC1 (020 7379 3112). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. Today 4pm-3am, free FUNKSTAR MONDAYZ AT THE EXIT BAR DJ Webbstar plays soul, funk, jazz and disco. Brick Lane E1 (020 7377 2088). Train: Liverpool St. 9pm-1am, free HARD CORE SALSA AT SALSA! DJ Mario plays mambo and salsa. Charing Cross Rd WC2 (020 7379 3277). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 5.30pm-2am, 4, free before 9pm I LOVE MONDAYS AT MOONLIGHTING Commercial dance, pop, garage, R&B and 1970s and 1980s classics. Greek St W1 (020 7734 6308). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 10pm-3am, 5, w/flyer 3, NUS 1, casino or hotel staff/listing/mems/NHS free I LUV LIVE UNCUT AT BAR RUMBA DJs Ras Kwama and Twin B spin hip hop, soul, indie and grime. Shaftesbury Ave W1 (020 7287 2715). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. 11.30pm-1am, 5 LIFES A DRAG AT CELLAR DOOR Cross-dressing frolics and fun with Myra DuBois providing the entertainment. Aldwych WC2 (020 7240 8848). Train: Charing Cross, Temple. Phone for times, free MONDAYS AT WALKABOUT Old school dance and rock, pop and party classics. Shaftesbury Ave W1 (020 7255 8630). 8pm-2am, phone for prices MONSTER MONDAYS AT BAR SOHO chart and party anthems. Old Compton St W1 (020 7439 0439). Tube: Leicester Sq. 7pm-late, phone for prices MONDAY AT FREEDOM BAR Resident DJs spin house. Wardour St W1 (020 7437 3490). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. phone for details MONDAY AT THE FRIDGE Residents spin chart hits. Town Hall Parade SW2 (020 7326 5100). Train: Brixton. 9pm-2am, phone for prices MONDAY AT SOUND R&B, hip hop and basment. Leicester Sq WC2 (0870 863 1010). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. 9pm-3am, 5 before 11pm, guestlist 3 before midnight ONE STOP FUNK SHOP AT REVOLUTION Resident DJs play funk, soul, 1980s hip hop and rare groove. Leadenhall St EC3 (020 7621 9955). 8pm-late, free RECESSION SESSION AT THE STAR OF BETHNAL GREEN, UPSTAIRS A selection of pop, house, soul and funk. Bethnal Green Rd E2 (020 7729 0167). Tube: Bethnal Green. 5pm- midnight, free REHAB AT THE ROXY DJs Val, Joe & Saral, Satoko and the Demonettes play indie, pop and rock. Rathbone Place W1 (020 7255 1098). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 10pm-3am, 5, NUS/w/flyer 3, 1 before 10.30pm SALSA CARIBE AT THE BUFFALO BAR Doctor Jim plays Afro-Cuban, salsa, timba and Latin jazz; the nights preceded by dance classes. Upper St N1 (020 7359 6191). Train: Highbury & Islington. 9pm-2am, 4 SALSA CLASSES AT FUEGO Salsa beats, plus salsa classes. Basinghall St EC2 (020 7600 1633). Train: Moorgate. 6.30pm-7.15pm, beginners & 7.30pm-8.30pm, improvers, 5 SALSA NIGHT, MAIN BAR The resident DJs provide salsa tracks. Blackhorse Lane E17 (020 8503 2523). Train: Walthamstow Central. 9.30pm-11pm, 6 SHINE AT THE DEN & CENTRO Rocknroll and indie. West Central St WC1 (020 7240 1083). Tube: Holborn. 10pm-3am, 5 TOOL BOX AT MOTHER BAR Rock, pop and psyche. Old St EC1 (0793 9587 625). 8pm-3am, free COMEDY LOWDOWN AT THE ALBANY Great Portland St, W1 (020 7387 5706). Tube: Regents Park/Great Portland St/Warren St Found Objects Band: Time Warped. A comedy sketch show exploring time travel, with special guests Ray Guns Look Real Enough, Chris Martin and Marcel Lucont. 8pm, 9, concs 8 APOLLO THEATRE Shaftesbury Ave, W1 (0870 890 1101). Tube: Piccadilly Circus Ross Noble: Things. Surreal stand-up from the award-winning comic. Not suitable for under 15s. 8pm, 28-44 COMEDY STORE Oxendon St, SW1 (020 7930 2967). Tube: Piccadilly Circus Funny Women Awards Final. Impressionist and comic Jan Ravens hosts the competition final. With finalists Catherine Semark, Charlie Covell, Domestic Goddi, Elizabeth Mee, Eve Webster, Giada Garofalo, Jo Selby, Katarina Vrana, Marie Vagen, Miss London, Rhona McKenzie and Tania Edwards. 8pm, 15 ETCETERA THEATRE Camden High St, NW1 (020 7482 4857). Tube: Camden Town Venom. A physical comedy production about the adventures of explorers on a tropical island. 7.30pm & 9.30pm, 5 EXHIBIT BAR & RESTAURANT Balham Station Rd, SW12 (020 7274 5591). Tube: Balham Comedy. Line-up to be announced 9pm, free THE GOOD SHIP Kilburn High Rd, NW6 (07949 008253). Tube: Kilburn Porthole Comedy Club. With Trevor Lock, Chris Mayo, Nathaniel Metcalfe, Simon Donald and MC James Everett. 6pm, doors, 4 THE HOB Devonshire Rd, SE23 (020 7639 5590). Rail: Forest Hill The All New Stand Up Show. New acts and new material. 8pm, 3 KU BAR Lisle St, WC2 (020 7437 4303). Tube: Leicester Sq 99 Club Leicester Sq. With Spencer Brown, Christian Reilly, Duncan Edwards, Matt Green, Caroline Mabey and MC Brett Goldstein. 8pm, 10, two for one LEICESTER SQ THEATRE Leicester Place, WC2 (0844 847 2475). Tube: Leicester Sq, Embankment Naylor & Gant: Twelve Angry Sketches. The comedy duo discuss depression, abuse, conflict and murder. 8.30pm, 10 THE TABERNACLE Powis Sq, W11 (020 7361 3204). Popcorn Comedy. With Peter Serafinowicz, Robert Popper, Josie Long and Holly Walsh. 8pm, 7 TRICYCLE THEATRE Kilburn High Rd, NW6 (020 7328 1000). Tube: Kilburn/Rail: Brondesbury Mark Thomas: The Manifesto. Political satire from the London- based comic and activist. 7.45pm, 10-18 VAUDEVILLE THEATRE Strand, WC2 (0870 890 0511). Train: Charing Cross Ed Byrne: Different Class. The acclaimed Irish comic and TV regular ponders his misfortunes. 8pm, 15-40 Can stand-up comedy do politics better than politicians? Mark Thomas thinks so and is generating plenty of giggles while proving it. In his latest show, The Manifesto, he playfully invites his audience to suggest new laws, the nightly winners to be debated by GLa members, albeit strictly for fun. Who knows? Perhaps free umbrellas for all could eventually reach the statute books. This master of the right-on prank is a persuasive talker. For every proposal offered he rattled out his own alternatives. Thomas wants to stop tax loopholes for the rich, which is fair enough, but his suggestion to invade Jersey is more contentious, although he added that an easy victory, stopping off on the return from afghanistan, would do wonders for morale. The audience followed his lead with a mix of stupidly serious and seriously stupid ideas, from criminalising driving children to school to making Olympians compete from home to keep carbon footprints down. Saturdays unanimous victorious motion was banning MPs from lying. Surely even the most slippery of GLa members will find it difficult to argue against that. lUntil 3 October Right-onjokerbringsout thepoliticianinallofus Manifesto: Thomas makes fun of the rules IN TOwN LaST NIGhT... COMEDY Mark Thomas TricycleTheatre HHHII BRUCE DESSAU 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