A double bill of Terence Rattigan's The Browning Version and Peter Shaffer's Black Comedy put on by the Company of Ten. Rattigan's play focuses on Crocker-Harris, a despised teacher who is about to leave after 18 years, but when a pupil gives him a present, he has to re-think his future and come to terms with his past. Black Comedy follows a struggling sculptor and his partner. The couple host a party to try and impress his father and his millionaire friend but things don't go quite to plan when all the fuses blow. (September 16-24)

Ga Ga Theatre will be bringing their new adaptation of Quentin Blake's Mrs Armitage and the Big Wave to the Abbey. The hour-long show tells the tale of Mrs Armitage, her faithful dog Breakspear and their custom-made surfboard. (October 5-6 and 29)

London Wall is a wry comedy by John Van Druten looking behind the scenes at a London solicitor's office during the 1930s. (October 7-15)

Anandamela, a St Albans based club will be bringing a evening of live Bollywood song and dance. (October 22)

Candid, poignant and intimate - Cathy is a new play by Ali Taylor that offers a timely reflection on the social impact of spiralling rents and forced relocation. (November 7-8)

When two suburban couples and a divorcee come together at a 1970s house party, social niceties disintegrate. The evening develops with tragic consequences but there are also some hilarious moments along the way in Mike Leigh's classic comedy Abigail's Party. (November 11-19)