Richard Beecham directs a 21st-century re-imagining of Patrick Hamilton’s 1938 study of psychological abuse, performed by an all-female cast and set in a women’s refuge for survivors of domestic abuse. It opens on October 7.
Scottish writer Gary McNair takes Ben Jonson’s Jacobean comedy and relocates it to Glasgow. Andy Arnold directs a cast including Grant O’Rourke in a production that opens on October 8.
A revival of Roy Williams’ 2002 play about race, nationalism and xenophobia set during a Germany versus England World Cup qualifying match. Chichester’s Spiegeltent will be transformed into a pub for the production, which opens on October 10.
One of the stand-out shows of this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Sh!t Theatre’s latest show is a disarmingly chaotic, rum-laced exploration of migration, corruption and expat mentality in Malta. It opens on October 10.
Mischief Theatre – the hit-machine behind The Play That Goes Wrong and Comedy About a Bank Robbery – opens a new show set at a school; the first production in a year-long West End residency. It opens on October 10.