Shows in March 2018

100 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…

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
    A Midsummer Night's Dream
    London Coliseum

    Based on Shakespeare’s popular comedy, Britten’s opera follows the consequences of a falling-out between the fairy-king Oberon and his queen, Tytania. Mistaken identities, confused lovers and alarming transformations are the result.

    Returning to ENO, Robert Carsen’s production explores the blurred relationships between reality and dreams, the natural and supernatural, and sexual desire.

  • 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
    All or Nothing
    Arts 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 The 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.

  • An American in Paris
    An American in Paris
    Dominion Theatre

    Acclaimed as “a perfect integration of dance, romance and classic Gershwin” (The New York Times), An American In Paris is the award-winning, thrillingly staged and astonishingly danced Broadway musical featuring some of the greatest music and lyrics ever written.

  • Angry
    Angry
    Southwark Playhouse

    A spaceship hurtles towards a black hole. A book-loving couple flee a burning city. A bloodshot eye conjures up kisses and wild animals. The world premiere of Philip Ridley’s Angry is a menacing, magical, and darkly comedic collection of stories that vibrate with the lingering unease of our times.

    Georgie Henley (The Chronicles of Narnia) will be joined by a male actor (casting to be announced), to perform the series of five gender-neutral monologues on subjects as diverse as refugees, millennial anger, and interstellar travel.

  • Ballet British Columbia
    Ballet British Columbia
    Sadler's Wells

    Canada’s most cutting-edge dance company brings a triple bill of works by female choreographers.

     

  • 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.

  • Barnum
    Menier Chocolate Factory

    Barnum tells the story of P.T. Barnum, the Greatest Showman on Earth, who combines razzle-dazzle with charm and brass to sell “humbug” to cheering crowds. A joyful and moving musical portrait of the nineteenth century’s greatest show-biz legend, Barnum is a colourful, dynamic spectacle full of circus, side-show legends and heart.

  • The Beasts
    The B*easts
    Bush Theatre

    A searing ‘What If?’ exploration of the pornification of our culture and the sexualisation of our children.

    Setting the modern obsession with putting your own child first, against our responsibility as a society towards our children as a whole, this dark tale, written by and starring Monica Dolan, explores how far one mum will go to give her child what she wants.

    The B*easts is directed by John Hoggarth, co-director of the North Wall, designed by James Button, with lighting by Tom Clutterbuck. “Monica Dolan is stunningly good” Guardian (Edinburgh Top Pick).

  • Beginning
    Beginning
    Ambassadors Theatre

    Following a sell-out run at the National Theatre's Dorfman Theatre, David Eldridge's new play transfers to the Ambassadors Theatre from January 2018. 

    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 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 the n 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.

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