One Man, Two Guvnors, an adaptation of Carlo Goldoni's 1743 play Il servo di due padroni, and adapted by Richard Bean, runs 8-20 September. Richard Bean is also the adapter of The Hypochondriac, from Molière's Malade Imaginaire, which opens 8 October.
Closer to home, the Tobacco Factory Theatres are putting on Strawberry and Chocolate. The production is oddly described as 'the UK première of the Oscar-nominated Strawberry and Chocolate' - presumably, what is meant is 'the UK première of a new stage adaptation of the Oscar-nominated Strawberry and Chocolate'...? Runs 2-13 September. It sounds great, though I'd be interested to see how much it owes to the translations which preceded it: there are published English translations of the screenplay for Fresa y chocolate and the Senel Paz short story on which it is based, both by Peter Bush; and there are at least two subtitled English versions extant. (Dissertation project, anyone?).