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Top Shows to See in March

Here's our pick of the best shows to see in London this March. Book tickets for the hottest shows in town!

42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Watch a show-stopping cast in Mark Bramble’s new production of 42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Multi-million record selling artist Sheena Easton is joined by Tom Lister and Clare Halse as they take to the stage in this story following small-town girl Peggy Sawyer and her encounter with Broadway fame. 20 Mar-22 Jul Book now

Stepping Out at Vaudeville Theatre

See an all-singing, all-dancing cast in the award-winning Stepping Out at Vaudeville Theatre. Richard Harris’ comedy stars Amanda Holden, Natalie Casey, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Tamzin Outhwaite and Nicola Stephenson, who play a group of Londoners learning to tap dance. 1 Mar-7 Jun Book now

An American in Paris at Dominion Theatre

Discover the award-winning Broadway musical, An American in Paris at Dominion Theatre. Recall the Oscar-winning film with this spectacular theatre production about a former Second World War soldier finding love and hope in the French capital. 4 Mar-30 Sep Book now

Don Juan in Soho at Wyndhams Theatre

Follow David Tennant as he conquers Soho’s social scene, playing a DJ based on Molière’s notorious lothario. Featuring a contemporary setting and Techno-Mozart musical interludes, Don Juan in Soho turns the 17th-century classic into a comedy for the present day, at Wyndhams Theatre. 17 Mar-10 Jun Book now

The Miser at Garrick Theatre

Catch Olivier Award-winning comedian Griff Rhys Jones on his return to the London stage to play Harpagon in The Miser at the Garrick Theatre. With supporting roles from TV stars Matthew Horne and Lee Mack, the production by Sean Foley and Phil Porter is a hilarious revival of Molière’s comic masterpiece. 1 Mar-10 Jun Book now

Much Ado About Nothing (Or Love's Labour's Won) at Theatre Royal, Haymarket

See Much Ado About Nothing as a single show, or paired with a performance Love’s Labour Lost for a double-sitting of two of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies at Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Expect beautiful costumes, music and staging from the renowned Royal Shakespeare Company. Until 18 Mar Book now

Jersey Boys at the Piccadilly Theatre

It’s your last chance to relive the journey of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, as four ordinary New Jersey boys become one of the biggest pop music sensations of the 1960s. After nine spectacular years on the London stage, multi-award-winning Jersey Boys closes at the Piccadilly Theatre this month. Until 26 Mar Book now

Jersey Boys

The Kite Runner at Wyndham's Theatre

Get drawn in to the West End production of Khaled Hosseini’s best-selling novel, The Kite Runner at Wyndham's Theatre. Set in Afghanistan, the play follows the story of two childhood friends; a terrible event that tears them apart; and a man’s search for redemption. Until 11 Mar Book now

An Inspector Calls at the Playhouse Theatre

Don’t miss your chance to see the multi-award-winning Stephen Daldry’s production of JB Priestley’s classic play, An Inspector Calls at the Playhouse Theatre. The lives of the upper-class Birling family are changed forever when the mysterious Inspector Goole arrives to investigate the death of orphaned country girl, Eva Smith. Until 25 Mar Book now