Voyage Round My Father – which opens tonight at Wyndham’s, with its original cast led by Derek Jacobi – may soon be joined in the commercial West End by another Donmar Warehouse production. Following rave reviews, Frost/Nixon is also actively searching for a West End home to move into once it finishes its sell-out Donmar run on 7 October 2006. TV screenwriter Peter Morgan’s debut stage play is inspired by the bruising 1977 interview in which British TV presenter David Frost tried to get the disgraced former US president Richard Nixon to apologise for his crimes. Michael Sheen is Frost and Frank Langella is Nixon in artistic director Michael Grandage’s production. If it happens, it’ll be the third Donmar transfer under Grandage’s reign, following last autumns Schiller thriller Mary Stuart.