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LONDON TICKET
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include Phillip Schofield in Rex Harrison's Dr. Dolittle, Rent from Broadway, Saturday Night Fever from Hollywood, another return of West Side Story and A Chorus Line from the road, plus The Secret Garden, The King and I, Bells Are Ringing and Gypsy, all from the Broadway trunk but all as yet uncast.

New British musicals are not exactly thick on the ground at the end of the year. The abrupt withdrawal of Jerry Lewis's Damn Yankees revival over here in the summer may not augur too well for Simon Callow's plans for a major new revival of the same team's The Pajama Game, but there are murmurings of a new score for the Pet Shop Boys and a Rob Bettinson show about the Teddy Boys who, no relation to Roosevelt, wer our James Deans of the mid-1950's, those at least who could afford a motorbike.

WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY

After a powerful summer in autobiographical drama, during which we have seen on London stages Harold Macmillan, Clement Attlee, Tom Driberg, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor (in both a straight play and a musical) and A. E. Housman in Tom Stoppard's touching, brilliant account of the poet at Oxford and in hell (The Invetion of Love), plans are already under way to Liam Neeson to play Oscar Wilde up at the hugely fashionable Almeida; there soon we are also likely to get Diana Rigg in Racine's Andromaque and a new Edward Albee, The Play About the Baby. ❑

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