London Lite Monday, 26 October 2009 23 IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS Theactorslife isinherbonesEMILY DESCHANEL Bones Season 4 is out on DVD today. 12PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC CompiledbyLaurenPaxman Coming SoonTomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out Coming SoonTomorrowToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday SHES not as famous as her younger sister Zooey, nor by her own admission does Emily Deschanel have little siss singing pipes. She has such a beauti- ful voice and I envy that, says the elder sibling who saves the warbling for the shower. Thats where the rivalry ends. They are hugely supportive of each other Emily claims sweetly as she perches alertly on a sofa. A couple of times weve actually auditioned for the same role and Id be happier if she got a part than if I did. With a flourishing film and singing career, Zooey doesnt need the work, but then neither does Emily. The 32- year-old beauty has a regular gig play- ing forensic anthropologist Dr Temperance Bones Brennan on the hit TV series, Bones, which is based on the books by Kathy Reichs and finds her helping FBI agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) investigate grisly murders. Series five also sees the crime solvers getting up close and personal, a risky move for the show. Once you get Bones and Booth together you risk losing the glue that holds it together, namely the sexual tension, but weve managed to do it in such a way that it doesnt destroy that tension, Emily teases. Its hard to explain without giving too much away and its nothing shocking, though it could upset some people and excite others. Theres a pregnancy storyline coming up and there have been rumours that Deschanel is expect- ing a child herself. Not true. Theres no pregnancy here, she laughs, patting her stomach. Currently single, she hopes to have a family at some point. But Im not ready for that quite yet. Thesping is in the blood for the eldest daughter of cinematographer and direc- tor Caleb Deschanel and actress Mary Jo. When I was younger I wanted to be an architect but then I found myself doing a lot of plays in school. I realised I really enjoyed it. Having parents in the business was a plus. I went into the profession fully knowing how difficult it can be. But no one believes in nepo- tism in my family. SIMON BUTTON Family affair: Emily comes from thespian stock NoISEttES THE trio, right, behind the summer hit Dont Upset The Rhythm (Go Baby Go), perform other gems from their second album, Wild Young Hearts. And tomorrow, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, Shepherds Bush Green W12 (0870 060 0100), 7pm, 14. Tube: Shepherds Bush ELtoN JoHN BROOKLYN and Romeo Beckhams godfather, right, performs some of his 50 Top 40 hits. But not Candle In The Wind -- hes vowed never to sing it in public again. Wembley Arena, Empire Way (0870 060 0870), 8pm, returns only. Tube: Wembley Park LIttLE NoISE SESSIoNS ALEXANDRA BURKE, right, Mika, Lostprophets, Taio Cruz, Paloma Faith and more play Mencap gigs curated by Jo Whiley. 16-25 Nov, Union Chapel, Compton Terrace N1 (0870 120 1349), 6.30pm, 40. Tube: Highbury & Islington WHAt It IS PAINFULLY funny Irish grump Dylan Moran, left, who starred in and co- wrote Black Books, kicks off his West End run. Until 5 Dec, Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave W1 (0844 412 4658, apollo-theatre.co.uk), Mon-Sat 8pm, 20-35. Tube: Piccadilly Circus BuSH HALL PrESENtS STEPHEN MERCHANT, left, Chris Addison, Brian Gittins and Shappi Khorsandi will have you giggling for weeks after next months gig. 20 Nov, Bush Hall, 310 Uxbridge Rd W12 (020 8222 6933, bushhallmusic. co.uk), 7.30pm, 15. Tube: Shepherds Bush tEENAgE KICKS DANIEL SLOSS, left, has written jokes for Frankie Boyle and completed his first solo Edinburgh run this summer. Even more impressive is the fact hes only 19 years old. Until Sat, Soho Theatre, 21 Dean St W1 (0870 429 6883, sohotheatre.com), 8pm, 7.50-12.50. Tube: Tottenham Court Rd ZAMBEZI ExPrESS THIS acclaimed African extravaganza, right, features 30 singers, dancers and musicians. Until Wed, Hackney Empire, 291 Mare St E8 (020 8985 2424, hackneyempire.co.uk), Mon-Wed 7.30pm, mats Mon-Wed 2.30pm, 12- 22. Rail: Hackney Central tHE SPANISH trAgEDY DOMINIC ROWAN, right, stars in a contemporary, knife crime-themed take on Thomas Kyds Elizabethan blockbuster. Until 14 Nov, Arcola Theatre, 27 Arcola St E8 (020 7503 1646, arcola theatre.com), Mon-Sat 8pm, mat Sat 3pm, 10-16. Rail: Dalston Kingsland rED ALFRED MOLINA, right, and Eddie Redmayne star as Mark Rothko and his assistant in a drama about the painters later years. 3 Dec-6 Feb, Donmar Warehouse, 41 Earlham St WC2 (0870 060 6624), Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 2.30pm, 15-29. Tube: Covent Gdn AtP FILM SCrEENINg LES SAVY FAV, left, play live and All Tomorrows Parties founder Barry Hogan spins the platters after a special screening of the ATP film. HMV Forum, 9-17 Highgate Rd NW5 (0870 060 3777, kentishtown forum.com), 7pm, 12.50. Tube: Kentish Town CANNIBAL DAN DECKARD, left, mixes dark electro and house alongside Bukowski, Flash Lewis and Gemma Slack at this night fusing music, fashion and art. Last Days Of Decadence, 145 Shoreditch High St E1 (020 7033 0085, thelast daysofdecadence.com), 8pm, 3-5. Tube: Old St INDIEoKE JOIN the live band on stage and release your inner Beth Ditto or Damon Albarn at this indie karaoke night, left. Afterwards Mutton Club DJs spin Nineties hits. 6 Nov, Buffalo Bar, 259 Upper St N1 (020 7359 6191, buffalobar.co.uk), 8.30pm, 5. 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