IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC CompiledbyLaurenPaxman Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out London Lite Monday, 19 October 2009 23 White Lies TALKING HEADS and Joy Division-inspired rockers White Lies, right, came third in the 2009 Brits Critics Choice Award and kick off the Q Awards series of gigs. HMV Forum, 9-17 Highgate Rd NW5 (0870 060 3777, kentishtown forum.com), 7pm, 25. Tube: Kentish Town Today Tomorrow spandau BaLLet MAKE room -- shoulder pads are big again, and so are Spandau, in the original line-up including the brothers Kemp and singer Tony Hadley, right. Until Thu, The 02, Millennium Way SE10 (0871 984 0002, theo2.co. uk), 6.30pm, 37.50-60. Tube: North Greenwich Moriarty THE French-American folk quintet, right, have been compared to Tom Waits and Gogol Bordello. They play tunes from debut album Gee Whiz But This Is A Lonesome Town. 3 Nov, Dingwalls, Middle Yard, Camden Lock NW1 (020 7267 1577), 7.30pm, 11. Tube: Camden Town Coming Soon Frank skinners Credit CrunCh CaBaret JIMMY MCGHIE, left, Paul Zerdin and Fascinating Aida help Frank Skinner provide some cheap laughs tonight. Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave W1 (0870 8900 149), 8pm, 10. Tube: Piccadilly Circus Today Tomorrow Cutting edge JO CAULFIELD, left, Martin Coyote, Paul Thorne, Roger Monkhouse, Sean Meo and Steve Gribbin prove that current affairs is an endless source of jokes. Comedy Store, 1a Oxendon St SW1 (0870 060 2340, thecomedy store.co.uk), 8pm, 15. Tube: Piccadilly Circus MiLtons paradise Jones RADIO FOUR regular and Perrier Award-winner Milton Jones, left, delivers some jaw-dropping, shoulder- shaking one-liners. 7 Nov, Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon St WC1 (020 7388 8822, thebloomsbury.com), 7.30pm, 14, 12 concs. Tube: Euston Coming Soon the poWer oF yes ANTHONY CALF, right, stars as an inquisitive version of David Hare in his play about the financial crisis. Until 10 Jan, National Theatre, South Bank SE1 (020 7452 3000, national theatre.org.uk), in rep, Tue 7.30pm, other times vary, 10-35. Tube: Waterloo Tomorrow Change ARTURO BRACHETTI, right, turns into more than 100 characters, from the Queen to James Bond, in his show. Until 3 Jan, Garrick Theatre, Charing Cross Rd WC2 (0844 579 1974), Mon & Wed-Sat 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 2.30pm, Sun 4pm, 15-50. Tube: Leicester Sq Today puBLiC property EX-EASTENDER Nigel Harman, right, plays a publicist for a newscaster caught up a sex scandal in this new dark comedy. 10 Nov-5 Dec, Trafalgar Studios, Whitehall SW1 (0870 060 6632), Mon-Sat 7.45pm, mats Thu & Sat 3pm, 17.50-25. Tube: Charing Cross Coming Soon iLL Fit THE Line Of Best Fit begin their residency at The Social with sets from new XL-signing Holly Miranda, left, and lo-fi popsters Curly Hair. Banjo Or Freakout and TLOBF DJs are on the decks. The Social, 5 Little Portland St W1 (020 7636 4992), 8pm, free. Tube: Oxford Circus Tomorrow top 100 dJs poLL party TOP DJs including Armin van Buuren, left, David Guetta, and Sander van Doorn are all attending to see where theyve been ranked. 28 Oct, Ministry Of Sound, 103 Gaunt St SE1 (0870 060 0010), 9pm, 10 on the door only. Tube: Elephant & Castle Coming Soon skint SNATCH DJs, left, Nimble Fingers and Deviance play floor-fillers for a studenty crowd. This weeks theme is pub golf so dont forget your plus fours. The Den & Centro, 18 West Central St WC1, (020 7240 1083, thedenandcentro.com), 10pm, 5. Tube: Holborn Today STEPHEN MOYER clearly got out the right side of the coffin this morning. As brooding vampire Bill in HBOs brilliant True Blood hes a miserable git, but when we meet at The Soho Hotel he is livelier than a bunch of live wires in a puddle of rainwater. Maybe its because the 40-year-old Essex boy is crazy in love with co-star Anna Paquin, whom he describes as sharp, funny, talented, caring, generous and kind. He does a Cheshire cat grin and adds: Oh and shes beautiful. Then theres True Blood, a sexy, wick- edly funny adaptation of Charlaine Harriss Southern Vampire Mysteries brought to the small screen by Alan (Six Feet Under) Ball. When they said it was a vampire drama I was like, Nah, no thanks but when I read it I was amazed. It was the best pilot Id ever read. Bill has proven a star-making part for Moyer, who was born in Brentwood and took jobs on Cold Feet and Waking The Dead in the UK before going to the US. Its mighty hot in Louisiana, where True Blood is set, which may explain why the characters spend a lot of time in the altogether. Moyer laughs when I ask if this is a condition in his HBO contract. It says that in most of my contracts. Im always flicking through a script going Where do I get my kit off ? Oh yeah, there it is! Still theres much, much more to True Blood than eye-opening nudity and fangs. You can watch the show and think its just a camp, sexy romp or youll watch it and think its an interesting comment on society, says Moyer. Bills an outsider who arrives in town and is ostracised. He represents what- ever your minority is --homosexuality, whatever. That explains the huge gay following. What about fan mail? Ive had some odd things, like used knickers to plas- ters that have apparently been on fans necks, and I recently got sent a photo of a German lady lying naked next to a horse. He does a fang-less grin. I have no idea why. SIMON BUTTON stephen Moyer True Blood is out on DVD next week. 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