Time is flying as weâ€™re nearly a quarter way through the year. Christmas and New Yearâ€™s seem a distant memory and Spring isnâ€™t too far off. Thereâ€™s even daffodils in the shops already. Still, itâ€™s a bit too cold for picnics and beach trips, so a trip to the theatre seems like a great choice to get a bit of air, but still keep warm.
Hereâ€™s our run down of whatâ€™s happening in the West End this March.
Get your Bend It Like Beckham tickets -Â QUICK!
At the beginning on the month, youâ€™ll have to be quick if you want to catch Bend It Like Beckham at the Phoenix Theatre.
March 6th is the last booking day, so you wonâ€™t have much time to waste.
This was first a film starring Parminder Nagra and Keira Knightley back in 2002. It went on to win a number of awards and was hugely popular with the public and critics alike. Itâ€™s no surprise itâ€™s go on to become one of the best musicals of recent times.
The show tells the story of a young Punjabi Sikh girl who dreams to play football, despite objections from her family. She eventually finds herself on a local womenâ€™s football team and starts on her path to be just like her hero Beckham.
The musical hasnâ€™t just got a great story though. The cast is superb featuring Natalie Dew, Ronni Acona, and Preeya Kalidas.
Official opening night for MOTOWNÂ The Musical
March sees the official opening night of Motown the Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre.
While some early shows have already begun, critics wonâ€™t get their chance to see the show until March 8th. Best to get your tickets now before the inevitable rave reviews make them hard to come by.
Already a hit on Broadway on the other side of the pond, this huge production wonâ€™t leave you disappointed â€“ especially considering the inclusion of a 16-piece orchestra to musically lead the whole thing.
Motown the Musical tells the story of Berry Gordy who set up the Motown label using just $800. He went onto sign greats such as Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, and many others. Youâ€™ll get the chance to hear some of the biggest Motown hits throughout the night along with some top class performances.
Last chance to book Guys & Dolls
This month sees the last booking chance to see the classic Guys and Dolls.
If you donâ€™t get your tickets by March 13th.Â Thatâ€™s it, unfortunately!
Showing at the Savoy Theatre, this world-famous show tells the story of Nathan Detroit as he frantically seeks out some much needed cash in Prohibition-era New York. He searches out some dollar, he also has to worry about his engagement to Miss Adelaide. Before long Detroit finds himself in a bizarre bet with Sky Materson involving sinners, romance, and Havana.
Make sure you donâ€™t miss out.