Among this week's major London theatre openings, in the West End and further afield, are Burn the Floor, the West End transfer of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, the Young Vic's Above Me the Wide Blue Sky, and more:

Opening Monday

Burn the Floor
11 March 2013
(Previews from 6 March)

Strictly stars Robin Windsor and Kristina Rihanoff star in the Latin and ballroom dance spectacular, heading to the Shaftesbury Theatre as part of its world tour. It runs until 1 September. Don't miss our Outing!


Mies Julie
11 March 2013
(Previews from 7 March)

A hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, the new adaptation of Strindberg's classic Miss Julie lays bare the struggles of comtemporary South Africa. It runs at the Riverside Studios until 19 May.

Opening Tuesday

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
12 March 2013
(Previews from 1 March)

Simon Stephens' adaptation of Mark Haddon's novel transfers to the West End. Starring Luke Treadaway it runs at the Apollo Theatre until 31 August.


Above Me the Wide Blue Sky
12 March 2013
(Previews from 7 March)

Drawing together tales of love, loss and belonging from an ever-changing world, Above Me the Wide Blue Sky is set within a multi-screen film installation with a soundscape. It runs at the Young Vic until 28 March. 


Daisy Pulls it Off
12 March 2013
(Previews from 8 March)

A comedy pastiche of school life in the 1920s, Daisy Pulls it Off runs at Upstairs at the Gatehouse until 14 April.


Leslie Jordan - Fruit Fly
12 March 2013

Award-winnning Hollywood star Leslie Jordan returns to London with his follow up show Fruit Fly. It runs at the Leicester Square Theatre until 16 March.

Opening Thursday

Dirty Great Love Story
14 March 2013
(Previews from 12 March)

Winner of a 2012 Fringe First award, Dirty Great Love Story is a human tale of good intentions and bad timing. It runs at the Soho Theatre until 30 March.

Opening Friday

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
15 March 2013

Christopher Wheeldon's ballet tells the much-loved childrens' story by Lewis Carroll. It runs at the Royal Opera House until 13 April.