The Princess Diana Murder Inquest ended this week, but a theatre company has announced that it has plans to take a musical review of the inquest on tour around the country in time for the Summer Holiday season.
Bad Taste Productions, based in Coventry, has said that Diana, The Pantomime, will make great viewing for the masses, who love a good disaster and will flock to see it.
The executive director of Bad Taste Productions, Willie Hogwarts , said this morning that many of the main cast at the real-lfe inquest will play themselves in the production, including Princes William and Harry, Diana's bodyguard Trevor Rees, who was the only survivor, and her lying butler Paul Burrell, who can't tell the difference between acting and reality.
Sir Elton John and David Walliams have been pencilled in for the parts of Princess Diana and Dodi al-Fayed, and producers hope to find "some barmy old bloke" to step into the role of Mr al-Fayed Snr, who, they say, is "as nutty as a fruitcake".
Sir John will play his new release It's Over, England's Rose on the tour.