IN&OUTTONIGHT LISTINGS 38 Monday, 5 October 2009 London Lite LISTINGS ROCKAOKE Karaoke with a live rock band. The Roadhouse The Piazza, Covent Garden Market, WC2 (020 7379 6132). Tube: Covent Garden. Tonight phone for details SIC ALPS, SPECTRALS, THE PHEROMOANS Rock outfit. The Lexington Pentonville Road, N1 (020 7837 5371). Tube: Angel/Kings Cross. Tonight 8pm, 6.50 SLIGHTLY STOOPID American reggae six-piece. The Scala Pentonville Road, N1 (020 7833 2022). Tube/Rail: Kings Cross. Tonight 7.30pm, 10 STORMY MONDAY: RIETTA AUSTIN BAND Rhythmnblues collective. Bulls Head Lonsdale Road, Barnes, SW13 (020 8876 5241). Rail: Barnes Bridge. Tonight 8.30pm, 10 TIGERS THAT TALKED Leeds-based experimental pop and folk quartet. The George Tavern Commercial Road, E1 (020 7790 7335). DLR: Shadwell. Tonight phone for details THE BOICOTTS, THE INTERPRETERS, DIVERTING DUO, THE JELLY RICKSHAWS Indie rock four-piece. Hope And Anchor Upper Street, N1 (020 7354 1312). Tube/Rail: Highbury & Islington. Tonight 8.30pm, 6, concs 4.50 THE DUEL, FALLEN ZERO, BRILLIANT 59, HIGH FREQUENCY BANDWIDTH The Camden-based quartet play new wave-inspired punk rock. 93 Feet East, Main Hall Brick Lane, E1 (020 7247 3293). Tube/Rail: Liverpool Street. Tonight 7pm, 10 IN THE GROOVE: SOUL REALITY The Brighton band play psychedelic soul. 606 Club Lots Road, SW10 (020 7352 5953). Tube: Earls Court. Tonight 9pm, 8-10 ALL TIME LOW Punk-pop. The Electric Ballroom Camden High Street, NW1 (020 7485 9006). Tube: Camden Town. Tonight 7pm, 12 LISSY TRULLIE The American singer-songwriter plays indie-punk. ICA, Theatre The Mall, SW1 (020 7930 3647). Tube/Rail: Charing Cross. Tonight 7.30pm, 8 UN AMPED See unsigned and local acoustic bands. The George Tavern Commercial Road, E1 (020 7790 7335). DLR: Shadwell. Tonight 8pm, free JASON WEBLEY Punk accordionist from Seattle. The Green Note Cafe Parkway, NW1 (020 7485 9899). Tube: Camden Town. Tonight 7pm, 9 ANDY WILLIAMS American pop singer-songwriter Royal Albert Hall Kensington Gore, SW7 (020 7589 8212). Tube: High Street Kensington. Tonight 7.30pm, 28.50-60 ZOOT WOMAN The alt pop band play from their album Things Are What They Used To Be. Dingwalls Camden Lock, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 (020 7428 0010). Tube: Camden Town. Tonight 7.30pm, 11 Jazz & Blues NATACHA ATLAS & THE MAZEEKA ENSEMBLE The vocalist performs Middle-Eastern acoustic songs. Union Chapel Compton Terrace, N1 (020 7226 1686). Tube/Rail: Highbury & Islington. Tonight 7pm, 18 THE BARON AND THE GENERAL London-based ragtime duo. Monto Water Rats Grays Inn Road, WC1 (020 7837 4412). Tube/Rail: Kings Cross. Tonight 7pm, 6 DARREN DUTSON- BROMLEY The guitarist performs a mix of improvisations and arrangements of classic jazz and blues. Djanogly Concert Pitch, Royal National Theatre Foyer South Bank, SE1 (020 7452 3400). Tube/Rail: Waterloo. Tonight 5.45pm, free CHICKYS JAZZ JAM An open-mic session. The Grosvenor Sidney Road, SW9 (020 7733 1799). Tube: Stockwell. Tonight 8.30pm, free MICHAEL CHILLINGWORTH QUARTET, LEWIS WRIGHT QUARTET Saxophone-driven jazz ensemble. The Constitution St Pancras Way, NW1 (020 7387 4805). Tube/Rail: Kings Cross. Tonight 9pm, 4 DJANGO SWING JAZZ GROUP Jazz outfit. The Star Chester Road, N19 (07732 396468). Tonight 8.45pm, phone for prices HATPACK TRIO The trio play classic swing. Live! On The Park At Pizza On The Park Knightsbridge, SW1 (020 7235 5273). Tube: Hyde Park Corner. Tonight 7pm, 15 JAM SESSION Open stage for aspiring musicians. Gipsy Hill Tavern Gipsy Hill, SE19 (020 8761 6533). Tonight phone for details SALENA JONES WITH THE RONNIE SCOTTS JAZZ ORCHESTRA The well-established vocalist performs jazz and swing with accompaniment. Ronnie Scotts Frith Street, W1 (020 7439 0747). Tube: Leicester Square. Tonight 6pm, doors, 20-36 CHRIS MCNULTY & PAUL BOLLENBACK The New York-based husband and wife combo perform eclectic jazz. The Vortex Jazz Club, Dalston Culture House Gillett Street, N16 (020 7254 4097). Tube/Rail: Highbury & Islington. Tonight 8.30pm, 8 FRANZ NICOLAY, DEXY & THE HAND-ME-DOWNS, SHAUN GRIMSLEY New York-based blues punk musician and his band. The Windmill Blenheim Gardens, SW2 (020 8671 0700). Tube/Rail: Brixton. Tonight 8pm, 5 EARL OKIN The multi-instrumentalist performs contemporary jazz and blues. Pizza Express Jazz Club Dean Street, W1 (020 7437 9595). Tube: Tottenham Court Road. Tonight 8.30pm, 12.50 POSTGRADUATE SMALL JAZZ BANDS A showcase of up-and-coming jazz musicians. Guildhall School Of Music And Drama, Sundial Court Music Room Silk Street, EC2 (020 7628 2571). Tube: Barbican. Tonight 6pm, free GERARD PRESENCER & ACADEMY BIG BAND The trumpeter and band perform original jazz compositions. Royal Academy Of Music, Dukes Hall Marylebone Road, NW1 (020 7873 7300). Tube: Baker Street/ Regents Park. Tonight 7.30pm, 6, concs 4 RITCHIE BRYANT & ENRICO TOMASSO Trad jazz from the duo. Corus Park Hotel Lancaster Gate, W2 (0207 298 5459). Tonight 7.30pm, 1 CLubS Gay & Lesbian MONDAYS AT EAGLE LONDON Sexy club grooves. Kennington Lane SE11 (020 7793 0903). Tube/Rail: Vauxhall. Tonight 9pm-2am, 3, mems free POPCORN AT HEAVEN Dance, house, pop and R&B, plus a cinema and chill-out room. Charing Cross Arches, Villiers Street WC2 (020 7930 2020). Tube/Rail: Charing Cross. Tonight 10pm-6am, 8, 2 before midnight, w/band free before 1am House & Garage MONDAYS AT STORM Residents spin R&B, garage and club classics. Leicester Square WC2 (020 7839 2633). Tube: Leicester Square. Tonight 10pm-3am, free MONDAY AT BARCODE VAUXHALL House and electro. Goding Street SE11 (020 7582 4180). Tube/Rail: Vauxhall. Tonight phone for details MOODY MONDAY AT BAR SOHO Contemporary dance and funky house with resident DJs. Old Compton Street W1 (020 7439 0439). Tube: Leicester Square. Tonight phone for details NATURE OR NURTURE AT THE RUSSIAN BAR, ROOM ONE & TWO Terry Francis, Chris Woodward, The Pushamann and Vian spin house and techno in room one, with disco beats in room two from Tallywacher and John Malcolm Moore. Kingsland Road E2 (07916 119541). Tube/Rail: Old Street. Tonight 10pm-5am, 4 Others AFRO-BEAT COLLECTIVE AT PROUD African and Cuban funk and soul with resident DJs and live acts. The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road NW1 (020 7482 3867). Tube: Camden Town. Tonight 7.30pm-1.30am, 6 CUBAN SALSA AT FIESTA HAVANA DJ Flecha plays Cuban beats, plus dance classes with Juan Carlos. Fulham Road SW6 (020 7381 5005). Tube: Fulham Broadway. Tonight 5pm-2am, 10 & 6 BITE AT PUNK Electro, trashy pop, Motown and booty-shaking hip hop from Lydia (After Skool Klub), with support from Vice and Snap, Crackle & Pop DJs. Soho Street W1 (020 7734 4004). Tube: Tottenham Court Road. Tonight 10pm-3am, 5, 3 w/ flyer/NU CHERRY POP AT LVPO The resident DJs supply pop. Dean Street W1 (020 7434 3399). Tube: Leicester Square. Tonight 9pm- 3am, phone for prices DISCO DOWN AND DIRTY AT 93 FEET EAST, BAR A mix of dirty disco, new wave, post-punk and electro. Brick Lane E1 (020 7247 3293). Tube/Rail: Liverpool Street. Tonight 7pm-11pm, free EXPLOSIVE AT ZOO BAR, ZOO BAR & MAIN BAR DJ Rugrat spins R&B, funky house, hip hop, party and club classics. Bear Street WC2 (020 7839 4188). Tube: Leicester Square. Tonight 10pm-3am, 10, gents/NUS 5 before 10.30pm, ladies 5, ladies free before 10.30pm FUNKSTAR MONDAYZ AT THE EXIT BAR DJ Webbstar plays soul, funk, jazz and disco. Brick Lane E1 (020 7377 2088). Tube/Rail: Liverpool Street. Tonight 9pm-1am, free I LOVE MONDAYS AT MOONLIGHTING Commercial dance, pop, garage, R&B and 1970s and 1980s classics. Greek Street W1 (020 7734 6308). Tube: Tottenham Court Road. Tonight 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 Avenue W1 (020 7287 2715). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Tonight 11.30pm-1am, 5 MONDAYS AT THE DUCK N DIVE BAR, ULU Rocknroll indie disco night. Malet Street WC1 (020 7664 2000). Tube: Goodge Street. Tonight 6pm- late, phone for prices MONDAY AT THE FRIDGE Residents spin chart hits. Town Hall Parade SW2 (020 7326 5100). Tube/Rail: Brixton. Tonight 9pm-2am, phone for prices MONDAY AT SOUND R&B, hip hop and basment. Leicester Square WC2 (0870 863 1010). Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Tonight 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 Street EC3 (020 7621 9955). Tonight 8pm-late, free SALSA CLASSES AT FUEGO The residents supply salsa beats, plus salsa classes. Basinghall Street EC2 (020 7600 1633). Tube/Rail: Moorgate. Tonight 6.30pm-7.15pm, beginners & 7.30pm- 8.30pm, improvers, 5 SALSA NIGHT The resident DJs provide salsa tracks. Blackhorse Lane E17 (020 8503 2523). Tube/Rail: Walthamstow Central. Tonight 9.30pm-11pm, 6 COMEDY THE AMERSHAM ARMS New Cross Road, SE14 (020 8469 1499). Rail: New Cross Happy Mondays. Featuring Richard Herring, Gerry Howell and MC Holly Walsh. Tonight 7.30pm, 6, NUS 4 APOLLO THEATRE Shaftesbury Avenue, W1 (0870 890 1101). Tube: Piccadilly Circus Ross Noble: Things. Surreal stand- up from the award-winning comic. Not suitable for under 15s. Tonight 8pm, 28-44 ETCETERA THEATRE Camden High Street, NW1 (020 7482 4857). Tube: Camden Town Chris Boyd: Soulmates. The emerging comic shares surreal material, focusing mainly on obsession. Tonight 9.30pm, 6.50 EXHIBIT BAR & RESTAURANT Balham Station Road, SW12 (020 7274 5591). Tube: Balham Comedy. Line-up to be announced. Tonight 9pm, free THE GOOD SHIP Kilburn High Road, NW6 (07949 008253). Tube: Kilburn Porthole Comedy Club. With Rob Deering, Pat Burtsher, James Acaster, Eric Lampaert and MC James Everett. Tonight 8.30pm, 4 KU BAR Lisle Street, WC2 (020 7437 4303). Tube: Leicester Square 99 Club Leicester Square. With Sarah Kendall, Richard Sandling, Spencer Brown, Yianni Agisilaou, Caroline Mabey and MC Brett Goldstein. Tonight 8pm, 10, two for one Levis One TO WaTchThu, 15 & 22 Oct , various venues, times vary win tickets WEVE teamed up with Levis Ones To Watch to give away a pair of tickets to see Citadels (on Thursday), Mirrors (right, 15 Oct) and Kurran And The Wolfnotes and Exlovers (22 Oct). All are playing Levis October residencies, which promote new musical talent. Bands who have performed in the past include Friendly Fires, The Temper Trap, Passion Pit and Hockey. For more details visit levi.co.uk/lotw To enter text LL WIN followed by a space and then your first name and email address to 65400 before 9am tomorrow. Texts cost 50p plus standard network charges. Entrants must be over 18. Terms and conditions apply, see metro.co.uk txt 65400 THE rise of Michael McIntyre has been so rapid it must have surprised the 33-year-old himself. Five years ago he was a circuit journeyman, today he is virtually the biggest stand-up in the country, packing out arenas. No wonder he had a huge grin on his face when he did his trademark skip-walk on to the Wembley stage on Friday night. Ten minutes into his set it was easy to see why he has become so popular. Fast-paced punch lines and quick- fire quips about the frustrations of traffic jams, shopping for shoes and bringing up demanding children prompted nods of recognition as well as cascades of chuckling. Like a consummate politician tapping into our fears about street crime, this gifted gagsmith brilliantly articulates our anxieties about modern lifes minutiae. This is classic weve all been there humour. Who has not chuckled at the ridiculousness of ordering from the extensive book of gibberish wine list? For the couples in the crowd there were spot-on swipes at the way passion is eventually scheduled in between meal preparations. Cynics say McIntyre goes for mundane targets, yet for every riff about Ryanair, mobile phones or cosmetics counter assistants with most of their product on their faces, there are imaginative flights of fancy or neat back references. Superficially, the show feels like a check-list of generic gripes but there is more craft here. Plenty have peddled similar observational patter yet few, apart from Peter Kay and Lee Evans, are as persuasive or instinctive as McIntyre. Originality might be lacking but giggles are guaranteed. lAlso 24 November & at O2 arena on 2, 3, 17 November. offthekerb.co.uk. Youve heard itbefore, butrarelydone better Quick-fire quips: McIntyre IN TOwN ThIS wEEkEND... cOMeDY Michael Mcintyre WembleyArena HHHHI Bruce Dessau Fabrics 10th birthday TO MARK this milestone, Fabric will open from the Saturday night to Monday morning -- nonstop. Andrew Weatherall, right, Craig Richards, Ricardo Villalobos and more will ensure sleep is not an option. 17-19 Oct, Fabric, 77a Charterhouse St EC1 (020 7336 8898), 11pm, 10-25. Tube: Farringdon bOOkING NOw 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