Musicals in London Sunday 25 March

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That’s all the West End musicals, but there are plenty more things to do on Sunday 25 March including:

“She Stoops to Conquer”, at the National Theatre25 March“She Stoops To Conquer” tells the story of Hardcastle, who’s trying to introduce his eligable daughter to his old friend’s son. But his son is crippled with shyness when it comes to wooing the upper classes, and he is tricked into thinking his prospective father-in-law is an old innkeeper, and his daughter is a barmaid.

London Symphony Orchestra at Barbican Hall25 MarchJoin conductor Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, pianist Yuja Wang and the London Symphony Orchestra at Barbican Hall, as they play a selection of classical works by Glinka, Bartok and Rimsky-Korsakov.

Hajj — Journey to the heart of Islam25 MarchHajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, and every muslim must make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least one time in their lives. This major new exhibition will chart the history of this journey, exploring how pilgrims have tackled it through the centuries.

Sean Hughes, at the Lyric Hammersmith25 MarchSean Hughes will be headlining the Sunday night comedy slot at the Lyric Hammersmith alongside Stephen Grant, Ava Vidal and MC Richard Herring.

“Picasso and Britain” exhibition25 March“Picasso and Britain” will explore the artist’s lifelong connections with this country. The exhibition will consist of 150 works charting Picasso’s rise in Britain, tracing the ways in which his work was exhibited and collected here during his lifetime. It will also examine the artist’s impact on 20th-century modernism.

JLS — at the O2 Arena25 MarchJLS originally shot to fame during the X-Factor before becoming one of Britain’s most successful boy bands. Now they have announced a brand new “4th Dimension” arena tour for March and April 2012, taking in three nights at the O2 Arena.

Marcus Brigstocke, at the Comedy Store25 MarchMarcus Brigstocke will be joining the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Josie Lawrence, Neil Mullarkey, Andy Smart, Ian Coppinger and Stephen Frost.

David Hockney: A Bigger Picture25 MarchThis major new exhibition by David Hockney will span fifty years of his career, picking out the pieces which demonstrate Hockney’s fascination with the depiction of landscape. The exhibition will also include some of his iPad drawings, and a series of films which were shot on 18 cameras.

Simon Callow in “Being Shakespeare”25 MarchBack by popular demand, Simon Callow will be reprising his celebration of the world’s most famous playwright in “Being Shakespeare”. This magnificent one-man show brings to life the Bard by interweaving his most popular plays into a “greatest hits” whole, populating it with his most loved and most reviled characters.

Mondrian || Nicholson: In Parallel25 MarchThe Courtauld Gallery is putting on a special exhibition which follows the friendship that developed between Piet Mondrian and Ben Nicholson — two of the leading forces of abstract art. Using major paintings and reliefs by both artists, its explores the parallel paths that Mondrian and Nicholson charted during the 1930s in their Hampstead studios.

Jeremy Deller: Joy In People25 MarchAs a former Turner Prize winner, Jeremy Deller has become hugely influential in the world of contemporary art. This exhibition will survey the breadth of his career, and provide an overview of his work so far. It will feature almost all of his major works, including his installations, photographs, videos, posters and banners.

Lucian Freud’s Portraits25 MarchThis major new exhibition will focus on Lucian Freud’s portraits — a central theme throughout his career. It will be divided into broad themes from particular periods. For example, paintings of Freud’s lovers, close friends and family will be used to demonstrate the psychological drama and intensity of his work.

“Her Maj” — 60 years of portraits of the Queen in cartoons25 MarchThe Cartoon Museum will be marking the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a special exhibition of portraits drawn during the last 60 years. Some are affectionate, some are teasing, and some are totally unflattering, but their combined might showcase how her image has changed down the decades, and explores how the monarch’s image was taboo in cartoons even as late as the 1950s.

Titian’s “Diana and Callisto”25 MarchThis special exhibition celebrates the National Gallery’s acquisition of Titian’s “Diana and Callisto”. Its companion painting “Diana and Actaeon” was purchased in 2009, and the pair have now been reunited in Room 1. “Diana and Callisto” shows the moment when Diana banishes Callisto after revealing her pregnancy.

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