A new black comedy by David Spicer entitled Bones could be set to join the growing list of planned openings in the West End for a limited 12-week season spring 2010.

Details regarding plot are sketchy, but there are some good names attached. Sean Foley is on board to direct. Since his success with Hamish McColl in comedy double act The Right Size, Foley has racked up directing credits including Pinter’s People, The Big Secret Live: I Am Shakespeare and Joan Rivers A Work in Progress by a Life in Progress. He also directed and co-wrote Change, Italian quick-change artist Arturo Brachetti’s one-man show, which is currently at the Garrick Theatre.

Amongst the names in the possible casting mix for Bones are Dexter Fletcher (Hotel Babylon, Band of Brothers, Press Gang, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), Craig Kelly (Queer as Folk) and Paul Kaye (Dennis Pennis).