What's On in London: March 2023

What to see, read and do in the Capital this March.

Beyond the streets of london


Beyond The Streets London. Until 9th May

Over 100 internationally renowned street artists are coming together for the first time in this ground-breaking exhibition. From underground graffiti artists to large scale muralists, the line-up includes Charlie Ahearn, GOLDIE, Guerrilla Girls, Jenny Holzer and Keith Haring.

Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, SW3 (saatchigallery.com)

Women Beware the Devil


Women, Beware the Devil. Until 25th March

Playwright Lulu Raczka’s Almeida debut is an enthralling drama set in 1640s England. With her family’s legacy under threat, Lady Elizabeth enlists Agnes, a servant suspected of witchcraft to work her magic, however Agnes, played by Conversations with Friends’ Alison Oliver, has her own agenda.

Until 25th March. Almeida Theatre, Almeida Street, N1 (020 7359 4404; almeida.co.uk)

London Original Print Fair


London Original Print Fair. 30 March-2 April

Returning for its 38th edition is this ever- popular collector’s fair, which mixes the great masters with established and emerging contemporary artists. Visitors can expect exclusive editions, new launches, as well as hands-on activities such as live screen printing.

Somerset House, Strand, WC2R (0333 320 2836; londonoriginalprintfair.com)

Hepworth Rhythm and Form

Art Trail

Hepworth: Rhythm and Form

Guests of the iconic 45 Park Lane can be transported back to Hampstead’s modernist era in this fascinating delve into sculptor Barbara Hepworth’s artistic journey, as part of the Dorchester Collection’s series, Follow in the Footsteps of Legendary Artists. Expect lively dialogue, a small private group, and entry to Tate Britain over this jam-packed, one-night stay.

Deluxe king room from £1,430 (020 7898 9870; dorchestercollection.com)

Operation Mincemeat Musical


Operation Mincemeat
Following sold-out shows at the New Diorama, Southwark Playhouse and Riverside Studios, this buzzy new musical is seeing its West End transfer this month – and kicking out The Woman in Black after 33 years at The Fortune. Expect laugh-out- loud frolics in this true story of the twisted secret mission that won us Word War II.

Previews from 29 March. Fortune Theatre, Russell Street, WC2B (operationmincemeat.com)