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March monthly picks

March picks: shows to see this month

Eleni Cashell

By Eleni Cashell First Published 1 March 2019, Last Updated 5 March 2019

It’s March! As spring appears on the horizon, there’s the excitement of slightly warmer weather with the added apprehension that makes you still carry an umbrella everywhere.

But avoid that pesky rain and stop worrying about whether you need to pack away your winter coat or not, and check out these new shows coming to Theatreland this month instead!

From family-friendly shows and West End transfers of iconic productions, to thrilling plays, unforgettable operas and classic comedy, March is shaping up to be a very exciting month!

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Our picks for March include:

You can find tickets for all of our picks, plus many more productions, through our London Theatre Tickets page.

And don’t forget to tune into the Olivier Awards 2019 with Mastercard nominations live announcement on Tuesday 5th March on our Olivier Awards homepage!

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