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A musical written by Tori Amos is set to debut at London‘s National Theatre next year.

No details of the musical have been officially announced yet, but in 2007 it was revealed that the singer was working on a theatre adaptation of The Light Princess, an 1864 fairy tale by George MacDonald.

The new production is set to open at the Southbank venue’s Lyttelton auditorium in April 2012, reports BBC News.

See Nationaltheatre.org.uk for venue information.

Tori Amos‘ last album, ‘Midwinter Graces’, was released in 2009.

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