The revival of 1980s musical revue Tomfoolery - in which Dillie Keane and Kit and the Widow (aka Kit Hesketh-Harvey and Richard Sisson) share the bill to celebrate the works of American satirical songwriter Tom Lehrer – sold out its initial London dates at the fringe Jermyn Street Theatre last month. But capital theatregoers may have another chance to see the show if the hoped-for West End transfer occurs later this year. The production is currently touring, but would like to come back into town to a larger venue once its tour finishes on 5 March 2005. As always, where and when are the questions. The original 1980 West End production, adapted by impresario Cameron Mackintosh, ran at the Criterion Theatre (now home to the Reduced Shakespeare Company, which breaks for an eight-week season of Amajuba in April and May – See News, 2 Feb 2005). An insider on the new production tells Whatsonstage.com that The Venue, off Leicester Square, would be ideal, but Round the Horne...Revisited, now onto its third iteration, seems to still be going strong there.