The one-woman show that's taken New York by storm in recent months is rumoured to be gearing up for a London outing later this year. At 77, Elaine Stritch is a Manhattan theatrical institution who over the years has, according to contributing editor and New York Nights columnist Mark Shenton, "added lustre to everything from Sondheim musicals to Simon comedies, and from Albee plays to Allen movies". In her eponymous show Elaine Stritch at Liberty, she recounts personal experiences from her long career in a mix of anecdotes and live music. First seen last November off-Broadway, the production transferred last month with rave critical and public reviews to Broadway's Neil Simon Theatre where it's due to continue until the end of May.