While theatregoers currently have two options for Frank Sinatra fixes - The Rat Pack and Sinatra at the London Palladium - both of those shows will be finishing at their current venues in September 2006. The former clears out of the Savoy on 23 September to make way for Porgy and Bess (See News, 13 Jul 2006); the latter vacates the Palladium on 16 September ahead of The Sound of Music (See News, 17 May 2006). But, fear not, we’ve most likely not heard the last of Ol’ Blue Eyes! Rat Pack producer Flying Music is actively looking for a new West End home for the show (which is already on its third). One suggestion has been that it runs in rep with Flying Music’s other music compilation, the similarly peripatetic Motown-inspired Dancing in the Streets, which moves into its third West End home, the Playhouse, in August (See News, 20 Jun 2006). Meanwhile, the producers of Sinatra at the London Palladium are weighing up various offers, including a Las Vegas show, an American tour and a European tour, including new UK dates. Presumably, a venue change may also necessitate a title change?