Shared Experience's latest literary reworking - Bryony Lavery's adaptation of Angela Carter's 1967 novel, The Magic Toyshop, first seen last year on a regional tour - may transfer to another London venue following its current limited run to 9 February 2002 at Soho Theatre. Rebecca Gatward's production has achieved Soho's biggest box office advance ever, selling out almost the entire run even before last night's opening performance, and the company has already had interest for taking it further. The primary question marks hanging over transfer hopes relate to health and scheduling. Leading lady Hannah Watkins suffered a back injury earlier this week - a real handicap with Shared Experience's physical acting approach. As a result, the first preview was cancelled and the entire cast has had to adjust their performances to accommodate Watkins' lack of mobility. As for the second question mark, Shared Experience's 2002 schedule is already pretty full. Its next production, of Helen Edmundson's The Clearing, kicks off a tour in March and an adaptation of EM Forster's A Passage to India is planned for later in the year.