On 3-7 March, catch The Strip, which originally premiered at the Royal Court in 1995. This bitterly funny exploration of the modern obsession with celebrity culture seems even more relevant today (7.45pm, £7-£12).
A group of friends struggle to make it in the big city under the shadow of AIDS in Rent, performed by the Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club, 11-21 March. It won the Tony Award for Best Musical and continues to hit home with its themes of love, finding your voice and living for today (7.45pm, £9-£14).
Finally don’t miss ska-rock opera Our House, 24-26 March, which was inspired by the songs of Madness, who collaborated with Tim Firth on the project. It follows 16-year-old Joe who, after tangling with the police, makes a decision that will affect his life forever. It starts 7.45pm, tickets £9-£14.