London events in March
London events on 30th March
Need some inspiration for 30th March? The Queen Mother died on this day in 2002, aged 101. It’s worth a walk down The Mall to see her statue standing beneath one of her husband, George VI. Following his death she used to live in Clarence House – that creamy-coloured house on the end of St. James’s Palace.
Theatre shows on 30th March
to 30 Mar 11 May 2019 • Lyric Hammersmith Chill your blood with Ghost Stories - a terrifying theatrical experience filled with real shocks that will turn your hair white!
30 Mar 2019 • Victoria Palace Theatre Alexander Hamilton was George Washingtons right hand man and one of Americas Founding Fathers
to 30 Mar 6 Apr 2019 • Apollo Theatre Everybodys Talking About Jamie is all about overcoming prejudice with songs by The Feelings Dan Gillespie Sells
to 30 Mar 7 Apr 2019 • Criterion Theatre The writers behind The Play That Goes Wrong are back with The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Criterion
to 30 Mar 27 Oct 2019 • Duchess Theatre The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society put on a West End show but will they crack under the pressure?
to 30 Mar 20 Oct 2019 • Cambridge Theatre Roald Dahls Matilda tells the story of a child who rebels against the grown-ups when she discovers her amazing powers
to 30 Mar 7 Apr 2019 • Lyric Theatre Thriller celebrates Michaels career in a spectacular show filled with songs and dazzling dance moves
to 30 Mar 25 May 2019 • Apollo Victoria Theatre If you like The Wizard of Oz then you will love Wicked -- it tells the story of what happened to the good and evil witches
to 30 Mar 27 Jul 2019 • Fortune Theatre A man is obsessed with a family curse and hires a sceptical young actor to help him exorcise the fear that grips his soul
Family & Kid’s events on 30th March Art & Museum exhibitions on 30th March
to 30 Mar 28 Apr 2019 • Queen’s Gallery The Shadows of War exhibition at the Queens Gallery reveals the futility of war through Roger Fentons photographs of the Crimean War
to 30 Mar 28 Apr 2019 • Queen’s Gallery The Royalty & The Romanovs exhibition will explore some of the events and works of art that passed between British and Russian Royal families