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13 May 2016 - 28 May 2016
Egocentric Professor of Phonetics Henry Higgins makes a bet with his friend, the amiable Colonel Pickering, that he can transform cockney flower seller, Eliza Doolittle, into a woman as poised and well-spoken as a duchess. His ambition is that she mix with London's high society and make a fine marriage. But the ladylike, yet still sassy, Eliza is more than a match for her tutor.
One of George Bernard Shaw's most popular plays, Pygmalion is a charming and provocative comedy that examines the roles of men and women and limitations of education and social class. Pygmalion was the inspiration for the musical, My Fair Lady.
Director Robin Herford is responsible for bringing theatrical sensation The Woman in Black to the stage, which has now been running in the West End for 25 years. He is well-known to Coliseum audiences for numerous productions including: Boeing Boeing, Bedroom Farce, Sugar Daddies, Taking Steps and Private Lives.
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