Emmie Newitt

London Theatre shows to see in March 2024

Wondering what shows to catch in March 2024? We’ve got a guide to the best new shows to see in London across the month.

london theatre shows to see in march 2024

Explore everything that London has to offer during March, with some great news shows kicking off! Audiences have an electric feast of productions to see over the next month. SISTER ACT heads to the Dominion Theatre for a limited season with a star studded line up, and West End favourite Sheridan Smith is starring in a brand new musical at the Gielgud Theatre. Read more of our guide to find out which London shows you need to see in March

1. MJ The Musical

mj the musical london

The multiple Tony Award-winning Broadway Musical, MJ THE MUSICAL opens its long awaited West End run in March. This is the second musical that has been created around the world’s greatest performer. This production itself centres on the 1992 Dangerous World Tour that takes centre stage. Not forgetting some of the best pop songs like 'Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough', 'Billie Jean' and 'Man in the Mirror' also featured in the show.

MJ The Musical Tickets

2. Sister Act

sister act 2024 castThe 2024 cast of Sister Act The Musical

Looking for a fabulous night at the theatre this March? The award-winning production heads into the Dominion Theatre with an exceptional cast lined up. Based on the hit film, SISTER ACT THE MUSICAL is a sparkling tribute to the universal power of friendship, sisterhood, and music. The epic cast includes Beverley Knight, Ruth Jones and Lesley Joseph and only runs for a limited time.

Sister Act Tickets

3. Harry Clarke

harry clarke west endBilly Crudup in Harry Clarke promotional image.

Also transferring to the London stage in March is HARRY CLARKE - a wickedly funny production that will mark Billy Crudup’s West End debut. Watch Crudup bring to life nineteen different characters in this fast-paced production that tells the story of Philip Brugglestein, a socially awkward Midwestern man who decides to adopt the persona of a charming, confident Londoner called Harry Clarke.

Harry Clarke Tickets

4. Mind Mangler

mind mangler apollo theatreMind Mangler production image. Credit: Pamela Raith.

From the award-winning team behind The Play That Goes Wrong, another hilarious production is set to make its mark in the West End. MIND MANGLER is a two-man show starring Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer as the Mangler’s latest spectacular spirals into utter chaos. If you love The Play That Goes Wrong or enjoyed Peter Pan Goes Wrong over the Christmas period, then you won’t want to miss this one.

Mind Mangler Tickets

5. Opening Night

opening night sheridan smithSheridan Smith in Opening Night.

Love a new musical? Then watch out for the world premiere of OPENING NIGHT by Rufus Wainwright and Ivo van Hove, based on the 1977 movie of the same name. This new take on the psychological drama includes West End favourite Sheridan Smith leading the cast.

Opening Night Tickets

6. Long Day’s Journey Into Night

long days journey into night wyndhams theatreLong Days Journey Into Night promotional image.

Emmy, Golden Globe and Olivier winner Brian Cox heads to the stage this Spring in the West End revival of Eugene O’Neill’s classic family drama, LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT. This play promises to take audiences on a ride through the themes of love, hate, betrayal, addiction, and the family bonds that connect us.

Long Day's Journey Into Night Tickets

7. For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy

for black boys who have considered suicide when the hue gets too heavyFor Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy production image.

FOR BLACK BOYS is heading back to the West End in March for a limited run after three sold-out runs previously. Focusing on six young Black men who meet for group therapy, they reflect on what it means to be Black in 21st century Britain. The production has received rave reviews from audiences and critics, so don't miss it on the stage this time around.

For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy Tickets

8. Red Pitch

red pitch sohoplaceRED PITCH promotional image

The smash-hit story which focuses on brotherhood heads to the sohoplace after a sell-out run at the Bush Theatre. A fast-paced and sharp-edged play by Tyrell Williams, RED PITCH will invite audiences to experience the powerful story of gentrification versus regeneration and how this impacts on London's communities.

  • Playing at Sohoplace
  • Booking until 4 May 2024

Red Pitch Tickets

So from the long-awaited arrival of MJ The Musical for London audiences to the brilliant opening of a brand new musical with Opening Night planned in March, this month promises to be a fantastic month of theatre! Don’t forget to book your tickets at London Box Office for the best availability.