March 2020: What’s on in the West End?
Please read here for more information about West End theatres, in line with communication from the Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and UK Theatre.
Spring into the West End in March 2020 with theatre tickets to these brand new productions. From the West End premiere of Pretty Woman: The Musical and the long-awaited return of City of Angels as well as Emilia Clarke in The Seagull, don’t miss out on what the West End has to offer.
West End shows in March 2020
Pretty Woman: The Musical
Although previews for Pretty Woman: The Musical start at the Piccadilly Theatre from Valentine’s Day, the stage adaptation of this classic nineties romcom opens on 1st March 2020. Based on the iconic movie, join Vivian Ward and Edward Lewis as they fall in love in Hollywood to a soundtrack of hits by Bryan Adams. If you’re looking to walk down the streets of the West End with the coolest theatre tickets in hand, you’ll want to book tickets for Pretty Woman: The Musical now. To miss out would be a big mistake… big… huge.
City of Angels
The cut-throat world of Hollywood screenwriting comes alive in City of Angels, transferring from the Donmar Warehouse to the Garrick Theatre, officially opening on 24th March 2020. A cast of West End famous faces including Rosalie Craig, Hadley Fraser and Rob Houchen as well as Vanessa Williams and Nicola Roberts star in Larry Gelbart’s musical that follows two worlds: the life of a New York writer and the screenplay that he’s trying to write. With music by Cy Coleman including ‘You Can Always Count on Me’, you’ll definitely be able to count on City of Angels.
Sleepless: A Musical Romance
Having played three preview performances at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre in December 2019, Jay McGuiness and Kimberley Walsh will star in the world premiere of Sleepless: A Musical Romance. In the Sleepless in Seattle inspired musical, the show follows a cross-country relationship where falling in love is more than just a news story. Perhaps only a last-minute dash to the top of the Empire State Building can prove that somewhere there’s someone for everyone…