Shows in March 2018

94 shows found
  • 42nd Street
    42nd Street
    Theatre Royal Drury Lane

    Broadway’s Biggest Show, on the West End’s Biggest Stage. 

    42nd Street is the song and dance, American dream fable of Broadway. Young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. But when the leading lady gets injured, Peggy might just have the shot at stardom she's always dreamed of…

  • Disney's Aladdin
    Disney's Aladdin
    Prince Edward Theatre

    Brought to theatrical life by a legendary creative team, Disney’s new Broadway musical Aladdin will sweep you into a world filled with beauty, comedy and breath-taking spectacle when it opens at the Prince Edward Theatre, London in June 2016.

  • All or Nothing The Mod Musical
    All or Nothing The Mod Musical
    Ambassadors Theatre

    1965. A new phenomenon erupted out of London’s East End. It was the essence of all that was cool. It was Mod.

    All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical follows the rise and demise of Small Faces, the band who encapsulated all that was Mod – a unique blend of taste and testosterone, clothes-obsessed and street-wise – but most of all, a dedication to rhythm ‘n’ blues.

  • Assassins
    Pleasance Theatre

    "You wanna shoot a president?"

    Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s Tony Award-winning musical about the people who have tried to assassinate American presidents comes to London for a limited 3-week run. Although it was last presented in London only a few years ago, a new political backdrop allows audiences to judge the assassins’ motives in a new light…

  • balletLORENT - Rumpelstiltskin
    balletLORENT - Rumpelstiltskin
    Sadler's Wells

    As part of Family Weekend, the ever-popular balletLORENT returns to Sadler’s Wells with another of their fantastical dance-theatre fairy-tale adaptations. Directed by Liv Lorent, and retold by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, Rumpelstiltskin is the story of the outsider, shunned for being different.

  • Beginning
    Ambassadors Theatre

    Following a sell-out run at the National Theatre's Dorfman Theatre, David Eldridge's new play has transferred to the West End's Ambassadors Theatre. 

    Every story starts somewhere.

    It’s the early hours of the morning and Danny’s the last straggler at Laura’s party. The flat’s in a mess. And so are they. One more drink?

    Polly Findlay directs this new play by David Eldridge (Market BoyUnder the Blue SkyIn Basildon). Tender and funny, it’s an intimate look at the first fragile moments of risking your heart and taking a chance.

  • The Best Man
    The Best Man
    Playhouse Theatre

    Martin Shaw leads the cast in the timely UK premiere of Gore Vidal’s award winning political thriller about ambition, political scandal, ruthlessness… and the race for the white house.

  • The Birthday Party
    The Birthday Party
    Harold Pinter Theatre

    Harold Pinter’s second full-length play, The Birthday Party, is one of the playwright’s most performed plays. The play focuses on Stanley Webber, a piano player who lives in a neglected house in an English seaside town run by Petey and Meg Bowles, a couple in their sixties. On the day of Stanley’s birthday, two ominous strangers arrive looking for him, and ruin his otherwise eventless party.

  • Black Men Walking
    Royal Court Theatre

    “We walk. Though we are written into the landscape you don’t see us. We walked England before the English.”

    Thomas, Matthew and Richard walk. They walk the first Saturday of every month. Walking and talking. But this walk…

    Maybe they should have cancelled, but they needed the walk today. Out in the Peaks, they find themselves forced to walk backwards through two thousand years before they can move forwards.

    Dedicated to the Black Men’s Walking Group.

  • The Book of Mormon
    The Book of Mormon
    Prince of Wales Theatre

    Winner of 4 2014 Olivier Awards including Best New Musical. Rolling Stone says, 'The Genii of South Park hit Broadway, and history is made. Mormon is on its march into legend'. It's The Book of Mormon, the Broadway musical from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez. Time Out New York says, 'You'll laugh your head off. Mormon is musical comedy heaven'. The New York post says, 'I Love The Book Of Mormon'.

  • Brief Encounter
    Brief Encounter
    Empire Cinema Haymarket

    Noël Coward’s Brief Encounter is remembered as one of the most haunting love stories ever. This award-winning Kneehigh production has triumphed in the West End, toured the globe and opened to dazzling reviews on Broadway. It has won the hearts of audiences and critics alike.

  • Caroline Or Change
    Caroline, or Change
    Hampstead Theatre

    1963. In quiet Lake Charles, Louisiana, the destruction of a Confederate statue might just signal that change is in the air… But, whatever the progress of the civil rights movement, in the Gellman household things seem just the same – for now at least. Eight year old Noah, heartbroken by the death of his mother and his father’s remarriage, sneaks down to the basement to spend time with the black maid he idolises, Caroline Thibodeaux: Caroline who runs everything.

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