My Fair Lady Tickets and Hotel

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Booking from: 07 May 2022

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The Show
Based on George Bernard Shaw's classic Pygmalion, My Fair Lady is returning to the West End for the first time in 21 years, featuring star turns by Amara Okereke, Downton Abbey's Harry Haddon-Patton, and legendary comic Stephen K. Amos!
When cynical phonetics professor Henry Higgins decides, for a bet, to coach working-class cockney flower seller Eliza Dolittle in etiquette and diction, Higgins believes he has found the perfect opportunity to mould Eliza into what he considers a 'proper lady.' But Eliza is more interested in improving her career prospects than climbing the social ladder, and as the lessons progress, both student and teacher are gradually transformed.
My Fair Lady is packed with timeless songs like 'I Could Have Danced All Night' and 'I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face,' all accompanied by the English National Opera Orchestra. The show is running for just 16 weeks, so this is the perfect opportunity to catch this historic musical.

History of My Fair Lady
My Fair Lady was first performed on Broadway in 1956, an adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. Although Shaw's play had long been considered impossible to 'musicalize,' My Fair Lady quickly became one of Broadway's most popular shows - it had grossed over $10 million by 1959, and its cast album was the best-selling recording in the U.S. in 1956. Since then, My Fair Lady has come to be considered a classic in its own right; its current West End run, the first since 2001, is the fourth time the show has played in London.

Why book London theatre tickets to see My Fair Lady?
With your theatre tickets and hotel booking made in one reservation, it is possible to save up to 50% with Hotel Direct. With a cast of stage and screen legends including Oscar winner Vanessa Redgrave, this is a show that no-one can afford to miss, so make sure you book your tickets in time.

Awards and What the Critics Say
My Fair Lady has been met with critical acclaim ever since it first opened on Broadway - its most recent run has been characterised as a 'marvellous and transformative revival' by Jesse Greene of the New York Times. It has also earned multiple awards - its initial Broadway run won 7 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and its 2018 revival was nominated for 10.

Interesting Facts About My Fair Lady
Costume designer Catherine Zuber also worked on Alex Timbers' West End production of Moulin Rouge. My Fair Lady's original production featured the second-ever Broadway role of Julie Andrews, who credited her time playing Eliza as 'the great learning period of her life.'

Theatre details

London Coliseum

London Coliseum
St Martin`s Lane

3 min walk from Charing Cross Station. Cross the Strand and continue along Adelaide Street, left along William IV Street, then right onto St Martin`s Lane and the Coliseum will be on the right.

Leicester Square station is 2 minute walk (189 metres)


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