The play's title has been revealed as Sea Lavender and it will open on 9th May 2013.The London Derry Senitel
says the one-man play is about The Seige Of Derry
David Tennant is set to appear in a new one-man play in Derry next year a part of the city's 2013 City Of Culture celebrations.
The play is written by local writer and director Andy Hinds and explores David's ancestral roots in the city. David's grandmother, Nellie Blair was born in Derry while his grandfather, footballer Archie McLeod came over from Glasgow to play for Derry City where he met Nellie. Other members of his family were involved in the local politics of the 20th Century. David explored his family heritage during an episode of the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are.
Other acts set to perform during the festival include, Snow Patrol, Cliff Richard and the London Symphony Orchestra. The city will also host the 2013 Turner Prize.
No further information about the play is available yet, but keep up to date with the City Of Culture preparations via the official website
Source: Derry Journal