Speaking of speculation, now that the Reduced Shakespeare Company is moving out for good and, after a limited eight weeks of Amajuba the longer-term future of the Criterion Theatre looks up for grabs (See News, 22 Feb 2005), how about that as a possible home for the revival of Tomfoolery? Tom Lehrer musical revue - 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 – has just completed a short regional tour, following its initial sell-out London dates at the fringe Jermyn Street Theatre in January. The Criterion has history on its side. It’s where the original West End production, adapted by impresario Cameron Mackintosh, ran back in 1980. Another possibility is The Venue, off Leicester Square, which will now be available much sooner (See The Goss, 8 Feb 2005). Its current show, Round the Horne...Revisited, vacates on 2 April (See News, 4 Mar 2005).