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The Hitlist: March 2023

Here’s our round-up of everything you need to do, read, watch and listen to this March 2023!

March is here! We’ve rounded up everything you need to listen to, watch, do, and read, to ensure you make this March the best one yet!

It’s an Aly & AJ renaissance! The musical sister duo, best known for their iconic 2007 track ‘Potential Breakup Song’, are making a comeback with their new album, With Love From, set for release on 15th March 2023. Their 5th studio album is comprised of 11 toe-tapping tracks, including the first release ‘Baby Lay Your Head Down’, and is going to be followed swiftly by a headline tour – see you in the front row!

He’s back – and if you’re anything like us, you’re THRILLED about this. Man-of-the-moment Idris Elba is reprising his role as detective John Luther in this feature-long episode. Haunted by an unsolved murder, the brilliant but disgraced London police detective breaks out of prison to hunt down a sadistic serial killer. Get the popcorn out, this is going to be GOOD.

Margaret Atwood is celebrated as one of the most gifted storytellers in the world – and she’s back this year with Old Babes In The Wood. The internationally acclaimed, award-winning author re-introduces her beloved characters Nell & Tig in this dazzling collection of fifteen stories. At the heart of the collection is a stunning sequence that follows a married couple as they travel the road together, the moments big and small that make up a long life of love - and what comes after. The glorious range of Atwood's creativity and humanity is on full beam in these tales, which by turns delight, illuminate and quietly devastate.

Despite selling two-and-a-half million copies, Hanya Yanagihara’s novel ‘A Little Life’ has proven unadaptable into a television series. No such problem for Belgian super director Ivo van Hove, whose Dutch stage version has been kicking around for a few years now. In 2023 it will debut in English language form, for a West End run starring James Norton as the story’s deeply troubled central character. It’s definitely a ballsy production to be bringing to the West End, not least because it’s a long evening of theatre (though it has been trimmed down from the four-hour Dutch version).

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