Elaine Paige could be back in the West End this summer. She was last seen in the big-budget revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I at the London Palladium, but this time around the diva doesn't plan to sing. Instead, she'll test her comedy skills in a rare non-musical role, starring in Peter Hall's revival of Feydeau farce Where There's a Will. If she experiences any bouts of nerves, no doubt she won't be alone. One of her co-stars, David Warner, famously avoided theatre for 30 years after a crippling bout of stage fright. Where There's a Will launches a two-month tour at the end of April 2003 and is expected to transfer to the West End in July (See Today's News).