Geraldine McNulty's one-woman show Betty, directed by actress and comedienne Kathy Burke, is expected to make its West End premiere at the Vaudeville Theatre in the first week of July. The show had a successful run at the 2000 Edinburgh Festival. Burke is best known for her TV performances in Gimme Gimme Gimme and numerous comedy series with Harry Enfield (particularly the sketches featuring Wayne and Waynetta Slob, and teenagers Kevin and Perry). On film, she has appeared in Kevin and Perry Go Large, Elizabeth, Nil by Mouth, Love Honour and Obey, This Year's Love and Dancing at Lughnasa. In addition to Betty, Burke's stage directing credits include Jonathan Harvey's Boom Bang-a-Bang and Out in the Open, which ran at the Hampstead Theatre last spring. Ray Cooney's farce Caught in the Net is currently booking at the Vaudeville until 29 June 2002 and is preparing for a UK-wide tour.