JLS may be spending the day in a sprawling suite at a swish West End hotel, but the former X Factor contest- ants have yet to get used to the high life their fame has brought them. Instead of ordering the best of the fancy food on the restaurant menu, they nipped out to the nearest KFC. But for a band of boys who have girls literally falling at their feet every time they step outside, they seem surprisingly grounded. We just know how lucky we are to be in this position, explains JB. We were a band before we entered The X Factor. Weve worked very hard to get here. At the moment, the four are like sweet, excitable schoolboys. At a recent signing in Swansea, they were chased through a car park by dozens of screaming fans. Their reaction? Scared! admits Ashton. They knocked down two massive security guards to get to us. When I saw that, I started running. Their fans are likely to get even more eager when new single Everybody In Love gives JLS the second huge hit of the bands career. That has been our favourite song since the first time we heard it, says Marvin. It still gives me goose bumps when I hear it. Among JLSs celebrity fans are Dame Judi Dench, whom they met at a film premiere, and Pet Shop Boys. But their real claim to fame is in reviving the British boy band. We have no problem being called a boy band, says Orits. Our aim has always been to bring the boy band back. Were just friends who adore singing and dancing. And, yes, okay, taking our tops off. But not too often. LISA VERRICO London Lite Monday, 2 November 2009 21 IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS JLS The single Everybody In Love is out today. 13PAGE 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 ReLeaSe YouRSeLf Grammy award-winning house DJ and producer roger Sanchez, left, headlines ministry Of Sound after a summer of filling Ibizas superclub amnesia every Tuesday. Sat, ministry of Sound, 103 Gaunt St SE1 (0870 060 0010), 11pm, 20, 6-10 concs. Tube: Elephant & Castle DaNIeL JoHNSToN THE legendary outsider artist, right, who began his career by selling home-made cassettes in his home town of austin, Texas, promotes the reissue of his albums. Union Chapel, Compton Terrace N1 (0870 120 1349, unionchapel.org.uk), 8pm, returns only. Tube: Highbury & Islington MICHaeL BoLToN THE singer, right, promotes his new album One World, One Love. royal albert Hall, Kensington Gore SW7 (020 7589 8212, royal alberthall.com), 7.30pm, 28.50-38.50. Tube: South Kensington JaY-Z THE hip hop superstar, right, knocks out hits from his critically acclaimed album, The Blueprint 3. Tickets for this gig sold out in 15 seconds. Wed, alexandra Palace, alexandra Palace Way, Wood Green N22 (020 8365 2121, alexandrapalace.com), 7pm, returns only. RICHaRD HeRRING HErrING, left, has a new weekly stand-up show, as It Occurs To me, offering off-the-cuff quips about everything from politics to his personal life. Until 12 Dec, Leicester Sq Theatre, 6 Leicester Place WC2 (0844 847 2475), 8pm, 10. Tube: Leicester Square LaDY GaRDeN pReSeNTS THE all-girl sketch group, left, host this night of underground comedy talent. Theyre joined by anna and Katy, Daniel rigby and Idiots Of ants. Wilmington arms, 69 rosebery ave EC1 (020 7837 1384, thewilmingtonarms.co.uk), 7.30pm, 5. Tube: angel JIMMY CaRR Carr, left, is the first to admit that he can be inappropriately harsh at times -- but we think that on most occasions hes all the funnier for it. 29 Nov, O2 academy Brixton, 211 Stockwell rd SW9 (0870 060 0100, o2academybrixton.co.uk), 7pm, 22.50. Tube: Brixton eNRoN rUPErT GOOLDS production about the rapid rise and speedier fall of Enron features Sam Waste, right. Until Sat, royal Court Theatre, Sloane Sq SW1 (020 7565 5000), Tue- Sat 7.30pm, mats Thu & Sat 3pm, returns only. Tube: Sloane Square THe CaT IN THe HaT aNGUS WrIGHT is the eponymous cat in this new adaptation of Dr Seusss classic, right. If youre looking for an alternative to panto for 3-6-year-olds, look no further. 11 Nov18 Dec, Cottesloe, National Theatre, South Bank SE1 (020 7452 3000), 10.30am & 1.30pm, 8-12. Tube: Waterloo SeIZe THe DaY KWamE KWEI-armaH premieres his new work, right, which he also directs, a drama about a black London mayoral candidate. Until 17 Dec, Tricycle Theatre, 269 Kilburn High rd NW6 (020 7328 1000, tricycle.co.uk), in rep, times vary, 10-20. Tube: Kilburn HYpNaGoGo PrOmOTEr radioolio promises lo-fi synthedelic noise pop conveying the half- remembered dream-like associations of childhood in the Eighties. Bar, 93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane E1 (020 7247 3293), 7pm, free. Tube: aldgate East wHITe HeaT COLD CavE, Club royale and Spectrals will rock madame JoJos between DJ sets from matty and Olly, left. Expect electro, punk-funk and indie disco. madame JoJos, 8-10 Brewer St W1 (madamejojos.com), 8pm, 6, 5 after 11pm. 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