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Our Patch OCTOBER 2015 Our Patch OCTOBER 2015 October world of Hello Kitty as she takes to the stage live and in 3D for this world premiere. The ‘pop show’ soundtrack features music by Charlie XCX, Bruno Mars, Kylie Minogue, Echosmith, Clean Bandit and Flo Rida. From £21.50 www.eventimapollo.com Trevor Noah 2-3 October 2-3 October l Trevor Noah: Lost in Translation, Eventim Apollo W6 Trevor’s rise to the top of the South African entertainment scene has been little short of meteoric. Oh yeah, and he’s the new anchor on the award-winning The Daily Show. Laughs guaranteed. Not to be missed. £23 www.eventimapollo.com 8 October l Fulham Palace: Past and Present, St Peter’s Church W6 Fulham Palace curator Miranda Poliakoff gives a talk on the fascinating history of the Fulham building. Doors 7pm. £5 (includes wine or soft drink) www.spraweb.net 10 October l Doug Stanhope, Eventim Apollo W6 The great ribald poet and 3 October l Giles Hedley & Richard Sadler, Brook Blues Bar W6 18/19 8 October l Hello Kitty Live: Fashion and Friends, Eventim Apollo W6 Fans of all ages can enter the Dara O’Briain returns to his stand-up roots with a new show, Crowd Tickler. One of the most charismatic, intelligent, fast-talking and downright funny live comedy performers working today, Dara is a giggle. £29.25 www.eventimapollo.com 17 October l Composers Present, St Saviour’s Church W12 Long-running concert series featuring works of local classical composers including Celia Harper, John Carmichael, Andrew Wells playing his suite for organ, guest composer Stephen 2 October 6 October l Snarky Puppy, Eventim Apollo W6 Until 24 October Adults only at the Lyric’s Tipping the Velvet love story 15-17 October l Dara O’Briain, Eventim Apollo W6 PUBLIC IMAGE LTD 02 SHEPHERDS BUSH EMPIRE Giles Hedley joins forces with Richard Sadler on upright bass, acoustic blues, ragtime and gospel at Jazz Cafe POSK, 238 King Street. £8 www.brooksbluesbar.co.uk Jazz? Yeah, but with some real bite please. Featuring music from recent albums ‘We Like It Here’ and ‘Empire Central’, expect raw funk energy, virtuosity and sheer musicianship the oddball jazzers. From £23.50 www.eventimapollo.com comedian from Daily Show fame is ready to charm. £35 www.eventimapollo.com Occasional Fulham resident John Lydon returns to the Empire Back with their 10th self-funded studio album What the World Needs Now... John Lydon’s PiL are widely acknowledged to be one of the most influential bands of the to rise from the ashes of punk. Tickets £32 Yo La Tengo 20 October Dickinson and Julian Dawes. 7.30pm. £10 (£8 concs) 20 October l Yo La Tengo, 02 Shepherds Bush Empire W12 The trio of Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley and James McNew return as a quartet, reuniting with former member Dave Schramm as they revisit the original concept of their beloved ‘Fakebook’ alongside their recent album ‘Stuff Like That There’. £25.31 www.02shepherdsbushempire. co.uk 22 October l Ezra Furman, 02 Shepherds Bush Empire W12 With influences from 1950s skiffle and doo-wop to 1960s garage, Furman is a true original and has now signed with independent London label Bella Union. Support from The Big Moon. £18 www.02shepherdsbush empire.co.uk 24 October l Blues Special w/Regina Mudrich & Dave Peabody, Brooks Blues Bar W6 The acclaimed violinist Regina Mudrich from Germany makes her debut blues performance in the UK with Dave Peabody to celebrate their CD recorded together in Germany. £10 www.brooksbluesbar.co.uk Until 24 October l Tipping The Velvet, Lyric Theatre W6 It’s 1887 and Nancy Astley sits in the audience at her local music hall... Tonight is the night she’ll fall in love with the thrill of the stage and with Kitty Butler, a girl who wears t