London Theatre: March Highlights
David Tennant is a sex addict, Damian Lewis is in love with a goat and the Labour Party is splitting: London theatres are not short of drama this March.
Here's the five best plays to see this month.
This uncannily prescient premiere at the Donmar takes us back to 1981, with documentary-style drama bringing the fracturing of the Labour party to life.
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S' wonderful news for musical theatre fans in London: this dreamy production of An American in Paris arrives on the West End with a glow of good reviews from Broadway.Read more ...
The rise and fall of prolific producer Robert Evans, the talent behind Rosemary's Baby, The God Father and China Town, forms the basis of this new collaboration between Complicte and the Royal Court.Read more ...
From time travel to sex addiction: Doctor Who star David Tennant stars as history's ultimate hedonist in a contemporary version of Don Juan, refreshed, relocated and directed by Patrick Marber.Read more ...
Damian Lewis falls in love with a goat in this West End revival of Edward Albee's bitterly witty portrait of a marriage in decline.Read more ...
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