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My Fair Lady archiveBased on George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. Lerner and Loewe's multi-award winning musical became one of the greatest successes of the New York and London stages, and paved the way for the hugely popular film version in 1964. Henry Higgins, an opinionated linguistics professor and confirmed bachelor, makes a wager with a colleague that within six months he can transform a cockney flower seller, Eliza Doolittle, into a lady who can take her place in high society. He wins the bet, but doesn't bargain for the profound effect she has on his life. The musical includes such hits as 'I Could Have Danced All Night' and 'On The Street Where You Live'.


Dominic West (Henry Higgins), Carley Bawden (Eliza Dolittle), Carly Anderson (Ensemble), Chris Bennett (Harry), Nick Butcher (Ensemble), Anthony Calf (Colonel Pickering), Richenda Carey (Mrs Higgins), Matthew Clark (Ensemble), John Coates (Ensemble), Adam Dutton (Ensemble), Martyn Ellis (Alfred Doolittle), Emily Goodenough (Ensemble), Victoria Hinde (Ensemble), Adam Jones (Ensemble), Joanna Lee Martin (Mrs Hopkins), Matthew Malthouse (Ensemble), Louis Maskell (Freddy Eynsford-Hill), Laura Medforth (Mrs Eynsford-Hill), Carl Sanderson (Jamie), Nicola Sloane (Mrs Pearce), Stephen Whitson (Ensemble), Anna Woodside (Ensemble)


Book by: Alan J Lerner
Lyrics: Alan J Lerner
Music: Frederick Loewe
Producer: Sheffield Theatres
Adapted by: Alan Jay Lerner
Director: Daniel Evans
Design: Paul Wills
Choreographer: Alistair David
Musical Director: Nigel Lilley
Lighting: Tim Mitchell
Sound: Simon Baker

My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T852216991. Details of all My Fair Lady archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1616

Archive Listings

12 Dec 12
26 Jan 13
Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


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