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Theyll play tunes from their albums Exits and Union. Relentless Garage, 20-22 Highbury Corner N5 (020 7619 6720, thegarage. co.uk), 7pm, 10. Tube: Highbury & Islington SPEECH DEBELLE THE Mercury Prize-winner, right, drew on her troubled childhood and a brief period of homelessness for her debut album Speech Therapy. Scala, 275-277 Pentonville Rd N1 (0870 060 0100, scala-london. co.uk), 7.30pm, 10. Tube: Kings Cross BiRTHDay JD SET BRETT ANDERSON, right, Carl Bart and Jon McClure perform with the New Silver Cornet Band at this one-off gig to celebrate Jack Daniels birthday. Thu, Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane EC2 (thejdset.co.uk), 8pm, free for competition winners. Tube: Old St THiNGS BETWEEN picking on audience members, Ross Noble, left, manages to excavate laughs from the trauma of having lost his house during the Melbourne bush fires. Until 24 Oct, Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave W1 (0844 412 4658, apollo- theatre.co.uk), Mon-Sat 8pm, 25-35. Tube: Piccadilly Circus KNOCK2BaG DAN RENTON SKINNERS alter- ego Angelos Epithemiou, a burger van owner who wants to break into showbusiness, joins a line-up including Stephen Merchant, Phil Kay and Richard Herring. The Tabernacle, Powis Sq, Notting Hill W11 (020 7565 7800), 8pm, 10. Tube: Ladbroke Grove OPEN RETuRN LETTER TO RiCHaRD BRaNSON TOM WRIGGLESWORTH, left, is still cashing in on the press attention he received when he stuck up for a granny against a Virgin train manager on a power trip. 29-31 Oct & 5-7 Nov, Soho Theatre, 21 Dean St W1 (0870 429 6883), 9.30pm, 12. Tube: Tottenham Crt Rd THE POwER Of yES DAVID HARE takes on capitalism and the financial crisis in his latest drama, right. Until 10 Jan, National Theatre, South Bank SE1 (020 7452 3000, national theatre.org.uk), in rep, times vary, 10-35. Tube: Waterloo TOGETHER wERE HEaVy CANUK Theatre Companys fast-paced dark comedy, right, tells the story of overweight 25-year-old Rob and his infatuation with the girl next door. Until 24 Oct, The Cock Tavern, 125 Kilburn High Rd NW6 (020 7624 1820, cock tavern.com), Tue-Sat 7.30pm, 10-12. Tube: Kilburn Park SaCRED EXPECT anything from chilling operatic theatre (Operation Orlac, 29-30 Oct) to a new show by David Hoyle, right (Theatre Of Therapy, 6-7 Nov), at this month-long festival. 21 Oct-22 Nov, Chelsea Theatre, Worlds End Place, Kings Rd SW10 (020 7352 1967, chelseatheatre.org.uk), times & prices vary. Tube: Sloane Sq ffTaNG! ffTaNG! HUSKIII, left, and Mister Bica spin a culture sound clash of global beats playing everything from calypso to polyrhythmic Afrofunk. Yikes. 93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane E1 (020 7247 3293, 93feeteast.co.uk), 7pm, free. Tube: Aldgate East ECRiP GOLDIES son Danny Price, left, presents live sets from his dub-punk band Bebop & Rocksteady and funksters Polly Poison & Her Electric Antidote, plus drum&bass from DJ Pdex. Proud, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd NW1 (020 7482 3867), 7.30pm, 2. Tube: Camden Town BLaCK LiGHT GROOVE ARMADA, left, play live to celebrate the launch of their new track, Warsaw, featuring Nick Littlemore of Empire Of The Sun. Experimental DJs Joe & Will Ask? support. 15 Oct, Coronet, 26-28 New Kent Rd SE1 (0870 060 1793), 7.30pm, 20. Tube: Elephant & Castle Our mullet metal will never flopITS pleasing to discover that Nikki Sixx, the most notorious member of the worlds most notorious rocknroll band, is afraid of sunlight. On a bright afternoon, his blinds are down and the air conditioning is up. I dont like the heat, he says. Or perhaps he just doesnt want his extrava- gantly backcombed mullet to wilt. Twenty years ago it would have been unwise to venture alone into the hotel room of any member of Mtley Cre. To a man, theyve been addicted to drink and drugs and blazed a trail of destruction through a long line of surgically enhanced women. Thats all in the past, though, for Sixx at least. I havent even had a drink in almost eight years, says the bass player, 50. Im not into reliving the old days. Unfortunately, as hes promoting the reissue of their 1989 album Dr Feelgood, thats what were here to do. The Cre have sold 80 million records with their brand of glam metal that Sixx has described as one part Sex Pistols, two parts AC/DC, three parts Aerosmith, three parts Rolling Stones and two parts Ramones. They are better known for their exploits off-stage, though. Are they still into good times and bad women? These days my addiction is creativity, says Sixx primly. He spends his downtime taking photos. I shoot amputees, the underweight, the scarred, the overweight, people with wounds, scabs and scars. He leaves the hellraising to drummer Tommy Lee, who is lurking in the corridor outside. Tommy is on-off again with Pamela Anderson, but Nikki is happily loved up with tattoo artist Kat Von D. Shes inked half my body, he says proudly. Cosmetic enhancement is something Cre enjoy as a band. Singer Vince Neil has had everything done. Sixxs smooth face suggests the devil not only has the best tunes, but the best skincare products too. Has he had work? I guess in a weird way Ive been taking care of myself all these years, he fudges. Then theres a glimpse of the Sixx I was hop- ing for. Or maybe there are darker forces involved. AMBER COWAN MTLEy CRE Dr Feelgood Deluxe Edition is out next week Addicted to creativity: Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars, Vince Neil and Tommy Lee London Lite Tuesday, 6 October 2009 17H 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