London Lite Friday, 30 October 2009 25 IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS Girl band is modelledon the greats PLASTISCINES The single Barcelona is out on Monday 15PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC CompiledbyLaurenPaxman Coming SoonTomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out Coming SoonToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday fLEETwood mAC This is the 11th tour for Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and stevie Nicks, right, but their first without a new album. And tomorrow & 11 Nov, Wembley Arena, Empire Way (0870 060 0870), 8pm, 45-75. Tube: Wembley Park fIghTSTAr This hard-rocking four- piece, right, are working on upcoming horror film in God We Trust and promoting their third album, Be human. O2 shepherds Bush Empire, shepherds Bush Green W12 (0870 060 0100), 7pm, 14. Tube: shepherds Bush mAdNESS ThE serial performers, with singer suggs, right, will keep Greenwich entertained with ska hits including it Must Be Love, house Of Fun and My Girl. 18 Dec, The O2, Millennium Way sE10 (0871 984 0002), 6.30pm, 28.50-37.50. Tube: North Greenwich ThE INSTITuTE ThE Penny Dreadfuls, left, star in this medical- themed comedy-horror promenade show. Until sun, Pleasance Theatre, Carpenters Mews, North Rd N7 (020 7609 1800, pleasance.co.uk), 8.30pm, 10, 8 concs. Tube: Caledonian Rd hAmPSTEAd ComEdy CLub PATRiCk MONAhAN, left, Paul sinha and ivor Dembina perform at this comedy institution. Pembroke Castle, 150 Gloucester Ave NW1 (020 7633 9539, hampstead-comedy.co. uk), 8.30pm, 9.50, 8 concs. Tube: Chalk Farm do NoThINg TV FUNNy MAN simon Amstell performs this one-off in aid of the Royal Courts young Writers Programme. Tim key supports. sun, Royal Court Theatre, sloane sq sW1 (020 7565 5000, royal- courttheatre.com), 7.30pm, 20. Tube: sloane sq womEN of mANhATTAN ThE Uk premiere of Doubt and Moonstruck writer John Patrick shanleys play, right, about unlucky- in-love New yorkers. Until 7 Nov, Old Red Lion, 418 st John st EC1 (020 7837 7816, oldred lion-theatre.co.uk), Tue- sat 7.30pm, sat & sun 4pm, 13-16. Tube: Angel hAIrSPrAy PhiLL JUPiTUs, right and in costume, is Edna Turn- blad in the show about the dreams of dancing daughter Tracy (Chloe hart). Until 24 Oct, shaftesbury Theatre, 210 shaftesbury Av WC2 (020 7379 5399), Tue- sat 7.30pm, Thu, sat & sun 3pm, 22.50-62.50. Tube: Tottenham Court Rd frIdAy NIghT NoISE XFM DJ and Remix resident Eddy Temple-Morris, left, hosts the relaunch of Friday Night Noise, performing an eight- hour mash-up of indie, dance, rocknroll, electro and punk. Rhythm Factory, Whitechapel Rd E1 (020 7375 3774, rhythmfactory.co.uk), 9pm, 9, 7 adv. Tube: Aldgate East/Whitechapel KEEP ThE dEAd ALIvE sTUART PATTERsON, Tomoki Tamura, left, Alec samways, haran De Lucas and sean P spin scary beats at this skull and coffin-filled night. East Village, 89 Great Eastern st EC2 (020 7739 5173, eastvillageclub.com), 9pm, 10, 8 before 11pm. Tube: Old st rAbId wINTEr muSIC fESTIvAL UMEk, left, Paul Ritch and Matthias Tanzmann play underground techno at this night, with rooms hosted by DJ Mag and Trailer Trash. 7 Nov, seOne, Weston st sE1 (0870 060 0100), 10pm, 35, 25 adv. Tube: London Bridge Tomorrow fooTSbArNS ChrISTmAS CrACKEr WRAP up warm for an open-air feast of carnival, comedy and Christmas cheer inspired by the works of shakespeare. 22 Dec-3 Jan, Globe, 21 New Globe Walk sE1 (020 7401 9919, shakespeares- globe.org), times vary 5- 20. Tube: southwark HUDDLED in a corner of their PR com- panys London HQ, Plastiscines look less like a rock group, more like four hip young hopefuls who should be next door in the office of model agency Select. Little wonder this all-girl, Parisian band has already bewitched teenage boys back home and is being tipped to do the same in Britain. Aged 21 and 22, Plastiscines formed at school five years ago after Marine was given a guitar and Katty discovered she could sing. Within weeks, they enlisted two friends and began trying to be their heroes, The Strokes. The problem was we couldnt play our instruments, said Marine. We tried to cover The Strokes, The Libertines and Radiohead but they didnt sound right. So we started writing. An album released in France two years ago caught the atten- tion of trendy American music mag Nylon, which sent the band on tour in the US this summer and will release follow-up album About Love in Britain early next year. Produced by Butch Walker (Pink, Avril Lavigne), About Love boasts a dozen punk- pop tracks. First single Barcelona is about an all-night, end-of-tour party the band threw in the Spanish city. So what happens at a Plastiscines party? Dunno, shrugs bassist Louise. It always ends in a blackout. Having appeared on Gossip Girl, Plastiscines are hot, though not hot enough to have -- as rumour had it -- been given a commendation by the French minister of culture, an award said to have been presented to them by Pete Doherty. Weve played wit h Pete, says Louise, But weve never met a French minister or received an award. Maybe after the album comes out, then well be worth it! 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