The creative team behind Ragtime may soon be doubly represented in the West End. Terrence McNally (the playwright who wrote the book), Stephen Flaherty (music) and Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) have also collaborated on the stage musical adaptation of A Man of No Importance, the 1994 film, set in the 1960s, which starred Albert Finney as a Dublin bus conductor and avid Oscar Wilde fan. The musical recently premiered Off-Broadway and is now tipped for a London production, directed by Stephen Henry (Another Country). Fans of the creative trio will no doubt be hoping it won't take this show quite so long as the five years it took Ragtime to get here.