Following Beyond Caring and Love, Alexander Zeldin completes his trilogy of plays about life under austerity. Set in a community hall, the play’s cast includes Susan Lynch and Cecilia Noble. It opens on September 17.
Alex Kingston stars as Dr Stockmann in one of this autumn’s many Ibsen adaptations. The new version, by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, will be directed by Nottingham Playhouse’s artistic director Adam Penford and will open on September 17.
Lucy Ellinson reunites with Grounded director and regular collaborator Christopher Haydon for his production of Shakespeare’s play, one of two major Macbeths opening this month. It opens on September 18.
Testament’s play for Eclipse Theatre about a black men’s hiking group is touring the UK. The Stage called it “powerful, political and lyrical”. It’s at the Traverse Theatre from September 18 to 21.
Large-lunged and copiously bearded Canadian klezmer musician Ben Caplan brings his musical refugee love story – a hit at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe – to the atmospheric Wilton’s Music Hall. It opens on September 19.