IN&OUTTONIGHT LISTINGS 38 Monday, 28 September 2009 London Lite SOLITARY BLOSSOM, NEON RUSH, ELECTRIC WASTED, DITAS DREAM Indie-folk-pop trio from London. The Cavendish Arms Hartington Rd, SW8 (020 7627 0698). Tube: Stockwell. 8pm, free STORMY MONDAY: NEVER THE BRIDE UNPLUGGED The London five-piece play acoustic rock. Bulls Head Lonsdale Rd, Barnes, SW13 (020 8876 5241). Rail: Barnes Bridge. 8.30pm, 10 SWANS IN FLIGHT, TM STEVENS The rock-pop five-piece promote their self-titled album. University Of London Union Malet St, WC1 (0870 060 3777). Tube: Goodge St. 7.30pm, 18.50 THE TENEBROUS LIAR, J MAIDEN & THE VOICE OF EVENING Rock four-piece. 12 Bar Club Denmark Place, WC2 (020 7240 2622). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd. 7.30pm, 6 WENDYSCHILD, STEVE MCBRAYNE Alternative acoustic four-piece. The Source Below Lower John St, W1 (07956 818489). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. 7.30pm, doors, 6, adv 5 CHARLIE WINSTON The country-folk singer-songwriter from plays songs from his album. Cargo Rivington St, EC2 (020 7739 3440). Tube/Rail: Old St. 7pm, 10 Jazz & Blues BASIA: ITS THAT GIRL AGAIN WORLD TOUR Former Matt Bianco vocalist sings jazz and latin music with her band. Live! On The Park At Pizza On The Park Knightsbridge, SW1 (020 7235 5273). Tube: Hyde Park Corner. 8.30pm, 20 HOT CLUB OF BOISDALE Parisian swing inspired by Stephane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt. Boisdale Of Belgravia Eccleston St Street, SW1 (020 7730 6922). Tube & Rail: Victoria. Tonight 9.30pm, 12, before 10pm 4.50 JOSE JAMES American jazz singer-songwriter. Ronnie Scotts Frith St, W1 (020 7439 0747). Tube: Leicester Sq. 6pm, 20-36 PETER MATTHEWS Jazz and swing from the British composer. Pizza Express Jazz Club Dean St Street, W1 (020 7437 9595). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd Road. Tonight 7pm, 15 ODEMBA OK JAZZ ALL STARS Veteran jazz performer Dizzy Mandjeku leads the 12-piece in a performance commemorating the death of Franco Luambo Makiadi. The Jazz Cafe Parkway, NW1 (0870 060 3777). Tube: Camden Town. 7pm, adv 15 ROUND TRIP Experimental jazz from the London four-piece. The Constitution St Pancras Way, NW1 (020 7387 4805). Tube/Rail: Kings Cross. 9pm, 4 Kings Cross. 8pm, free Clubs Drum & Bass MONDAY CLUB 2ND BIRTHDAY SPECIAL AT EAST VILLAGE Acts including Shy FX and DJ Probe as well as hosts IC3, Rage and MC Fats spin drumnbass. Great Eastern St EC2 (020 7739 5173). Tube/Rail: Old St. 9pm-2am, 5, ladies 2 for 1 before 10pm Gay & Lesbian MONDAYS AT EAGLE LONDON The Eagle Boyz spin sexy club grooves. Kennington Lane SE11 (020 7793 0903). Tube/Rail: 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). Tube/Rail: Charing Cross. 10pm-6am, 8, 2 before midnight, w/band free before 1am TUESDAY AT BARCODE VAUXHALL Brent Nicholls spins the latest funky house and bargrooves. Goding St SE11 (020 7582 4180). Tube/Rail: Vauxhall. Today 4pm-1am, phone for prices House & Garage HAPPY MONDAY AT THIRST Chill-out anthems. 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). Tube/Rail: 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 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 East. 7.30pm- 11.30pm, free EXPLOSIVE AT ZOO BAR, ZOO BAR & MAIN BAR DJ Rugrat spins R&B, funky house, hip hop, party and club classics. Bear St WC2 (020 7839 4188). Tube: Leicester Sq. 10pm-3am, 10, gents/NUS 5 before 10.30pm, ladies 5, ladies free before 10.30pm 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). Tube/Rail: Liverpool St. 9pm-1am, free GOLDEN JUKEBOX AT MARKET PLACE 1 Residents spin chart hits. Market Place W1 (020 7079 2020). Tube: Oxford Circus. 7pm-11pm, 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 Kwame 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 drag duo Glam Jam providing the entertainment. Aldwych WC2 (020 7240 8848). Tube/Rail: Charing Cross, Temple. phone for times, free MARMALADE SKIES AT PROUD Resident DJs play Motown, 1960s & 1970s rock, blues, soul and disco plus live performances from Bodies of Work, Velvet Snow and Fuzzy Logic. The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd NW1 (020 7482 3867). Tube: Camden Town. 7.30pm-1am, 5, NUS/w/flyer 3 MONDAYS AT WALKABOUT DJ Dean Courtney spins 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 CAFE 1001, ROOM ONE, TWO AK Soul spins soul, jazz, funk and latin sounds. Dray Walk E1 (020 7247 9679). Tube: Aldgate East. 6pm-midnight, Club Opening Hours Time, phone for prices MONDAYS AT THE DUCK N DIVE BAR, ULU Rocknroll indie disco night. Malet St WC1 (020 7664 2000). Tube: Goodge St. 6pm-late, phone for prices MONDAYS AT ELECTRICITY SHOWROOMS, UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS Guest DJs spin post punk and electro. Hoxton Sq N1 (020 7739 3939). Tube/Rail: Old St. phone for times, free 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). Tube/Rail: Brixton. 9pm-2am, phone for prices MONDAY AT SOUND R&B, hip hop and basment from DJ Jolly Roger. 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). Tube/Rail: Highbury And Islington. 9pm-2am, 4 SALSA CLASSES AT FUEGO The residents supply salsa beats, plus salsa classes. Basinghall St EC2 (020 7600 1633). Tube/Rail: 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). Tube/Rail: Walthamstow Central. 9.30pm-11pm, 6 SHINE AT THE DEN & CENTRO DJs Alan Cherry Cola and Richie Dales play rocknroll and indie. West Central St WC1 (020 7240 1083). Tube: Holborn. 10pm-3am, 5 TOOL BOX AT MOTHER BAR Resident DJs spin rock, pop and psyche. Old St EC1 (0793 9587 625). 8pm-3am, free COMEDY 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 King Gong. Line-up to be announced. With MC Paul Thorne. 8pm, 5 ETCETERA THEATRE Camden High St, NW1 (020 7482 4857). Tube: Camden Town Peter Buckley Hill: 40 Words. The stand-up stalwart discusses failure, science and death and dreams up his own theories of the Universe. 9.30pm, 4 THE GOOD SHIP Kilburn High Rd, NW6 (07949 008253). Tube: Kilburn Porthole Comedy Club. With Pete Forman, Carl Donnelly, Chris Martin, Mark Restucia and MC James Everett. 5pm, 4 HEN AND CHICKENS St Pauls Rd, N1 (020 7704 2001). Tube/Rail: Highbury & Islington Parry & Allens Revolutions. Musical comedy from Steve Parry and Paul Harry Allen. 9.30pm, 8 KU BAR Lisle St, WC2 (020 7437 4303). Tube: Leicester Sq 99 Club Leicester Sq. With Sarah Kendall, Robert White, Duncan Edwards, Benny Boot and MC Brett Goldstein. 8pm, 10, two for one LYRIC THEATRE Shaftesbury Ave, W1 (020 7087 7599). Tube: Piccadilly Circus Andy Parsons. Stand-up comedy from the Mock The Week regular. 8pm, 16-21 MONDAY SLUM 147 Kentish Town Rd, NW1 (02074856040). Tube: Camden Town The Flower Pot. Free comedy from acts that you would usually have to pay to see. This week Matthew Osbourne, the So You Think Youre Funny winner; Gaberial Ebulue one of Londons best new acts; and New Zealands finest Alex Hawley. With MC Garry McNulty, free THE PHOENIX Cavendish Sq, W1 (020 7493 8003). Tube: Oxford Circus Old Rope Comedy Night. With Dan Antopolski, Idiots Of Ants, Milton Jones, Benny Boot, Roisin Conaty and MC Tiffany Stevenson. 8.15pm, doors 7.30pm, 6, adv 5 SOHO THEATRE Dean St, W1 (020 7478 0100). Tube: Tottenham Court Rd Comedy Club 4 Kids. James Campbell returns with his stand-up act primarily aimed at children over the age of six. 1pm, 10, family 30 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). Tube/Rail: Charing Cross Ed Byrne: Different Class. The acclaimed Irish comic and TV regular ponders his misfortunes. 8pm, 15-40 SILHOUETTED behind a curtain as he made his entrance on his first headlining tour on Friday, diminutive rapper Tinchy Stryder looked, and must have felt, 20 feet tall. The hottest new star in British hip hop, Stryder, real name Kwasi Danquah, has had two No1 singles and is central to the current success of homegrown urban music. This was demonstrated by the presence of Taio Cruz, who is the current No1; support act and fellow hot London rapper Chipmunk, and the Sugababes, not to mention plenty of hysterical teenage girls. Rapping over backing tracks, Stryder allowed visual interest to come from an elaborate light show. His guests frequently outdid him for energy, including Cruz on the buoyant electropop of Take Me Back and beefy bunch Ruff Sqwad on the bass- heavy Tryna Be Me. An ear for a pop melody was key, most notably on the chorus of Never Leave You, sung by Sugababe Amelle Berrabah. The dominance of big, trancey synths made Stryder sound current but may leave him sorely dated in a couple of minutes time. He had clichs too -- including seeing which part of the audience could shout loudest. That they did shout very loudly confirmed how big he is. Victory at the Mobo Awards will ensure that this is his year. Tinchygetsintohisstride Walking tall: Tinchy Stryder is joined on stage by Sugababe Amelle Berrabah in TOwn This wEEkEnD... grime Tinchy Stryder ShepherdsBushEmpire HHHII DAViD SmYTH Russell kane THE intellectual social commentator, left, regales us with his show, Human Dressage, in which he examines the way humans emulate horses by prancing and preening and trotting around each other. 9 Oct, Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon St WC1 (020 7388 8822,, 8pm, 12. Tube: Euston bOOkinG nOw lisTinGsGiGsClubsCOMEDY 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.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html