Watford Palace Theare’s autumn season will include two world premieres, including a new play from Goodnight Sweetheart and Birds of a Feather creators Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran.
Called Love Me Do, the play is co-directed by Brigid Larmour and Shona Morris, and produced by Watford Palace. It will open on September 27 and run until October 18. Love Me Do is set during the Cold War, against the backdrop of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The theatre’s autumn season will also include the world premiere of a new play called Happy Birthday Sunita, by Harvey Virdi.
It was created by Virdi with Pravesh Kumar and will run from September 19 to 21. The play is co-produced by Rifco Arts and Watford Palace Theatre and will embark on a UK tour after its run in Watford.
Watford Palace Theatre’s season also includes Anitgone, by Roy Williams, which will run from November 4 to 8. It is produced by Pilot Theatre, Derby Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East.
Meanwhile, Bad Physics will stage The Adventure, by Oliver Birch, from November 20 to 23. This production will be a promenade piece for children using a variety of spaces within the theatre.
Paines Plough and Theatre Royal Plymouth will bring The Angry Brigade, by James Graham and directed by James Grieve, to the theatre from October 21 to 25.