Brigid Larmour

The Sleeping Beauty (Watford – panto)
Andrew Pollard's take on "The Sleeping Beauty" sets the first half of the story in the late 19th century
Love Me Do (Watford)
It's not just the past which is another country. That's made clear in the new Marks-Gran bitter-sweet comedy "Love Me Do".
Fourteen (Watford Palace Theatre)
Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti's new play examines the growing pains of teenage life
Perfect Match (Watford)
Ours has become a digital age, and an incredibly fast-moving one at that. Watford Palace Theatre's enterprising artistic director Brigid Larmour has come up with the idea for a season of plays e