8 March events in London

Need some inspiration for 8th March? Thomas Beecham died on this day in 1961 – one of England’s finest conductors. He was best-known for his work with the London Philharmonic and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Why not go and listen to some classical music, or take a tour of the Royal Albert Hall?

Theatre shows on 8th March

Here’s a guide to all the theatre shows playing in London on Sunday 8th March

Matilda at Cambridge Theatre

Roald Dahls Matilda - The Musical

8 Mar to Roald Dahls Matilda tells the story of a child who rebels against the grown-ups when she discovers her amazing powers
Thriller Live at Lyric Theatre

Thriller - with the songs of Michael Jackson

8 Mar to Thriller celebrates Michaels career in a spectacular show filled with songs and dazzling dance moves

Family & Kid’s events on 8th March

Here are some good events for kids if you’re taking them to London on the 8th March

Matilda at Cambridge Theatre

Roald Dahls Matilda - The Musical

8 Mar to Roald Dahls Matilda tells the story of a child who rebels against the grown-ups when she discovers her amazing powers

Royal & Religious events on 8th March

See inside some beautiful buildings with one of these Royal or religious events

Queen’s Gallery

George IV - Art & Spectacle

8 Mar to An exhibition of paintings and porcelain from the Royal Collection that were collected together during the reign of George IV
 
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