With a cast headlined by the superb Harriet Walter and also featuring familiar television faces in Roger Loyd Pack, Neil Stacy and Una Stubbs, Theatre Royal Bath's upcoming production of The Deep Blue Sea is surely tailor-made for a London transfer at the conclusion of its two-month autumn tour, which launches 16 September in Bath (See Today's News). And perhaps it's about time too for a return of Terence Rattigan's 1952 classic about the obsessive love of a married woman who abandons her wealth and family for young lover. It's been nearly a decade since the Almeida's acclaimed production transferred to the West End with Penelope Wilton and Linus Roache. And watching Walter do just about anything - let alone tackle what is, according to many, one of the best theatrical roles written for a woman in the past century - is always a treat.