A tribute to New York's Atomic girl

BOOTLEG Blondie's lead vocalist Debbie Harris has the looks, voice and attitude of her idol, the original Atomic girl,

Debbie Harry, having been known to wear little more than a dustbin liner on stage! Watch her belt out the best of the classic new wave band's hits, including Heart of Glass, Call Me, Maria, Dreaming and Hanging on the Telephone, accompanied by stellar backing musicians.

Bootleg Blondie will be coming to Tropic at Ruislip on Friday evening.

what? Bootleg Blondie

where? Tropic at Ruislip, Ruislip Social Club, Grosvenor Vale

when? Friday, doors open at 8.30pm

cost? £10 (£8 in advance)

contact: 01784 460 094

Girls' night out

BASED on author Eve Ensler's Vagina Interviews conducted with women around the world, the Vagina Monologues is a hilariously witty and moving collection of lusty, outrageous, poignant, brave and thoroughly human stories.

As sharp as Sex and the City and as unmissable as Friends, this is the ultimate girls' night out!

what? The Vagina Monologues

where? The Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes

when? Wednesday, November 25 at 8pm

cost? £17

see: www.becktheatre.org.uk

Double dose of comedy

PERRIER award-winning master of unique one liners and star of various shows on Radio 4, Milton Jones will be joined by scraggly haired American writer and comedian, Dave Fulton, (pictured right) who has been described by Time Out London as a representative of 'the tough talking, risk-taking school of Yankee comics', and is famed for his surprising sense of irony. A side-splitting evening of surreal and sardonic humour.

what? Milton Jones and Dave Fulton

where? The Comedy Bunker,Ruislip Golf Centre, West Ruislip

when? Tonight (Wednesday) at 8.45pm. (Doors open at 8.15pm)

cost? £13.50

see: www.comedybunker.co.uk

Pamper yourself

TAKE some time out for yourself to enjoy an evening of relaxation and beauty therapy.

Treatments start from £5 and include Indian head massage, holistic massage, reflexology, manicures, pedicures, mini facials and hairdressing. Representatives from Virgin Vie, Phoenix Cards and Jo Magdalena Jewellery will also be on hand to offer a spot of retail therapy.

All profits will benefit the children of Whitehall Infant School, plus there will be a raffle with a percentage of takings going towards Children In Need.

what? Ladies' pampering evening

where? Whitehall Infant School, Cowley Road, Uxbridge

when? Friday, 7-10pm

cost? £2.50 including a free tea or coffee

see: www.whitehall-inf.hillingdon.sch.uk

Travel back to learn the beginnings of the land of Narnia

OUTLINE Theatre Group presents a magical adaptation of the novel by beloved children's author, CS Lewis, which harks back to the beginnings of Narnia.

The Magician's Nephew tells the story of Digory and his poorly mother who are staying with relations in Victorian London while his father works abroad in India.

Digory's uncle, Andrew, thinks of himself as a great magician, although his sister, Aunt Leticia, doesn't share the same view. Which of them is right? And what happens when magic spells don't go according to plan?

The show explains all, including how wickedness first came to Narnia and why Aslan is the rightful ruler of the land.

Please note the show includes strobe lighting effects.

what? The Magician's Nephew

where? St Matthew's Church. High Street, Yiewsley

when? Friday-Sunday at 7.30pm (plus 3.30pm Saturday matinée)

cost? £3 (or £10 for four)

see: www.outlinetheatre.co.uk

contact: 01895 462 841