As part of the ongoing events to mark composer Stephen Sondheim's 80th birthday this year, the Jermyn Street Theatre is hosting a celebration of his lesser known works, devised and directed by Tim McArthur - most recently seen wowing the crowds as part of Jermyn Street's entry to the West End Eurovision competition on 20 May.

Secret Sondheim runs from 6 to 24 July and includes songs from the little known shows such Anyone Can Whistle (which was revived at Jermyn Street in March) and Evening Primrose, as well as rarely performed numbers from hit shows Into the Woods and Sweeney Todd.

The entire cast of five is not yet confirmed, but will include the West End actresses, Laura Armstrong and Valerie Cutko, as well as McArthur himself.

And if you want to see McArthur and Armstrong in action, but just can't wait until July, they'll be performing in TIM! Live Above the Stag, a new cabaret, which runs to 5 June at Above the Stag near Victoria.