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JOANNA LUMLEY, right, will be talking about her life as a brainwashed Bond girl in Blofeld’s lair in the movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, her work as Purdey in The Avengers and her role as Pasty Stone in Absolutely Fabulous as she prepares for her first live tour.
It’s All About Me will see Joanna embark on a 30-date tour next year. She says: “I may have to be dragged off with a hook at the end of each show.
“Oh people! This is especially for you from me, with masses of love. I think it will be fabulous.”
Go to ticketmaster.co.uk for tour details. THE Voice finalist Lucy O‘Byrne, left, and former EastEnder and West End star Neil McDermott, are to play Maria and Captain Von Trapp in a nationwide tour of The Sound Of Music.
The musical opens in the UK in January following a Christmas season in Dublin.
Go to kenwright.com for details. MUSICAL Bat Out Of Hell has been given a permanent home in London’s West End run after collecting a top theatre award.
The show, based around Meat Loaf’s hit album, won the best musical trophy at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards and will now run at the Dominion from April 2.
Stars Andrew Polec and Christina Bennington, pictured, are in talks to continue in their roles as romantic leads Strat and Raven.
Go to nederlander.co.uk for booking information.