What To Watch On Stage March 2024

Theatre highlights this March include Red Pitch at West End’s Soho Place

You can also catch Power of Sail starring Giles Terera and Michael Ahomka-Lindsay joins the cast of Cabaret.

Romeo & Juliet from Conrad Murray and Lakeisha Lynch-Stevens

A remixed tale of star-crossed lovers. How much would you risk for the person you love?

Forced apart by generations of hatred, young eyes meet across a South London dancefloor on a fateful night that will change their lives forever. Shakespeare’s most famous story is re-told through rap, rhythms, and beautiful harmonies. It’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’, but as you’ve never heard it before.

Put down your swords and pick up your mics, after all, the course of true love never did run smooth.

Romeo & Juliet runs – Polka Theatre

Romeo & Juliet runs at Polka Theatre from Saturday 2nd March – Sunday 14th April 2024

Oedipus Electronica @ Brixton House

An electrifying re-imagining of the ultimate love triangle. Mother. Father. Son.

Jo is a playwright struggling with a commission deadline and the threat of an emergency hysterectomy. Over 24 mind-bending hours, she feverishly writes her own Oedipus, the most explosive of Greek myths, and exorcises her long-buried grief for the child that didn’t live.

Oedipus Electronica runs at Brixton House from Wednesday 6th March – Saturday 9th March

Red Pitch written by Tyrell Williams

What happens when your football pitch, a place you’ve laughed, fought, and forged friendships is threatened by impending demolition? Can three lifelong friends continue to dream of stardom, or will their goals be torn down alongside their home?

Red Pitch runs at West End’s Soho Place from Friday 15th March – Saturday 4th May

Power of Sail starring Giles Terera

Explores the tenuous relationship between hate and freedom of speech through the lens of a Harvard University symposium, where a white nationalist has been invited to attend.

Power of Sail runs at the Menier Chocolate Factory from Wednesday 20th March – Saturday 18th May

Cabaret with Michael Ahomka-Lindsay

In a time when the world is changing forever, there is one place where everyone can be free…

Welcome to the Kit Kat Club. Home to an intimate and electrifying new production of CABARET. This is Berlin. Relax. Loosen up. Be yourself.

Michael Ahomka-Lindsay joins the cast of Cabaret from 11th march @ West End’s Kit Kat Club @ Playhouse Theatre

A Mirror starring Samuel Adewunmi

Would the congregation please stand and swear the Oath of Allegiance.

When creativity and corruption collide, who decides what is art and what is truth?

The Mirror runs at Trafalgar Theatre runs until Saturday 20th April 2024


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