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02/03/2016

March Theatre Round Up!

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Matt Barber - Breakfast at Tiffany's, UK Tour

Matt stars as Fred alongside Pixie Lott's Holly Golightly in this classic love story. Touring the UK now, before coming to the West End in June.

Mark Holden - The Bodyguard, UK Tour

Mark's just joined the cast as Bill Devaney, the manager of Alexandra Burke's Rachel Marron in the award-winning musical which comes back to the West End in July. 

Harry de Moraville - War Horse, New London Theatre (till 19 March)

War Horse is an unforgettable theatrical event which takes audiences on an extraordinary journey from the fields of rural Devon to the trenches of First World War France, featuring Babble's newest recruit, Harry de Moraville.

Daniel Fraser - Flare Path, UK Tour

Set in 1942, against a backdrop of heartache and quiet bravery, Flare Path paints an evocative portrait of life in wartime Britain, starring babbler Daniel Fraser as RAF hero Teddy.

Fleur Keith - Waste, National Theatre (till 19 March)

Harley Granville Barker's controversial masterpiece Waste has almost finished its run at the National, featuring uberbabbler Fleur Keith. 

Tim Chipping - The Man With the Hammer, Theatre Royal Plymouth (opens 10 March)

There hasn't been this much drama over Cycling since Sir Bradley won the Tour de France. A powerful story about hope, desire and the dangers of obsession, featuring the babblicious Tim Chipping.

Greg Barnett - Notmoses, Arts Theatre (opens 10 March)

From the River Nile to the courts of the Pharaoh, NotMoses reveals the woefully unheroic journey of one man who was so very nearly Moses and who so very nearly led the exodus but his Dad wouldn’t let him, 

Paul Kemp - Beacons, Park Theatre (opens 22 March)

This magical new play tells of love, loss and midnight ice cream sundaes under the starlit skies of the South Downs, starring Paul Kemp as the unsettled Bernard.

Golda Rosheuvel - wonder.land, National Theatre

A new musical by Damon Albarn, based on a classic and given a modern twist - what's not to love! Golda plays Bianca in this trippy new take on Alice in Wonderland. 

Graham Bickley - Jackie The Musical, UK Tour

Remember when there were no mobile phones, texting, e-mails or twitter? Jackie The Musical revisits those heady days, telling the story of a recent divorcée seeking advice from her old Jackie annuals on ‘how to get a boyfriend’.

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