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Plays and musicals in London on Sun 1st March 2020

Be More Chill
Broadway's Be More Chill makes its UK premiere at London's The Other Palace with its infectious tunes and eye-popping visuals.
(Tickets cost from £24)


Magic Goes Wrong
Mischief Theatre and Penn & Teller bring Magic Goes Wrong to the Vaudeville Theatre
(Tickets cost from £54)


Magic Mike Live
Channing Tatum's Magic Mike Live is “the show that has everything you could ever want” (Glamour UK)
(Tickets cost from £47)


Mary Poppins
The incredible Mary Poppins the musical returns to London starring Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp
(Tickets cost from £18)


Matilda The Musical
Roald Dahl's darkly comic musical continues to wow West End audiences.
(Tickets cost from £25)


Message In A Bottle
Kate Prince brings the music of Sting to life with her stunning new work Message In A Bottle
(Tickets cost from £17)


Pretty Woman
Broadway's Pretty Woman musical coming to West End Piccadilly Theatre in 2020!
(Tickets cost from £18)


School of Rock
Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock rocks the West End!
(Tickets cost from £18)


Six
DIVORCED, BEHEADED, LIVE! Tickets to the hit West End musical Six are among the hottest in Theatreland!
(Tickets cost from £22)


The Comedy About a Bank Robbery
Mischief Theatre presents another hilarious comedy of errors: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery in London's West End.
(Tickets cost from £12)


The Lion King
Disney’s award-winning musical has been stunning West End audiences for 18 years.
(Tickets cost from £36)


The Play That Goes Wrong
Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. Bonus: laughter galore.
(Tickets cost from £24)


Thriller Live
Thriller Live celebrates the world’s greatest entertainer and undisputed King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
(Tickets cost from £33)


Witness for the Prosecution
Agatha Christie's bone-chilling drama Witness for the Prosecution is presented in a perfect courtroom setting.
(Tickets cost from £15)