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VenueLyttelton (National Theatre)
Other spaces: Lyttelton Loft
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From5th March 2001
Opened15th March 2001
To30th June 2001
WhenMay 1,2m,2,4,5m,5,7,8,9m,9,10,11,12m,12,14,15,16m,16,17,18,19m,19,21,22,23m,23,24,25,26m,26,28,29,30m,30,31, Jun 1,2m,2,4,5,6m,6,7,8,9m,9,11,12,13m,13,14,15,16m,16,18,19,20m,20,21,22,23m,23,25,26,27m,27,28,29,30 E19:30, M14:15
PricesFrom £10.00. To £36.00.
What is currently on at Lyttelton (National Theatre) (V374)

My Fair Lady

My Fair LadyT01768128993
Based 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'.
Book by Alan J Lerner
Lyrics Alan J Lerner
Music Frederick Loewe

Archive :: production:T01768128993, musical:S1616, venue:V374
Current production:Work

Production details

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Special Performances

  • 25 Apr 01 Sign Interpreted
  • 11 May 01 Audio Described
  • 12 May 01 Audio Described
  • 22 May 01 Sign Interpreted
  • 5 Jun 01 Audio Described

UKTW News/Reviews

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User Reviews

USER: Supanet (11Jul01): I thought it was fabulous - didn't want it to end. Martine was brilliant.


Producer Royal National Theatre (in association with Cameron Mackintosh Ltd)
Director Trevor Nunn
Design Anthony Ward
Choreographer Matthew Bourne
Lighting David Hersey
Sound Paul Groothuis
Other David White (Musical Supervisor)
Director Nick Davies (music)
Other Robert Russell Bennett (original orchestration)
Other William D Brohn (Orchestrator)
Other Chris Walker (dance arranger)
Director David Shrubsole (assistant music)
Performer Martine McCutcheon
Performer Jonathan Pryce
Performer Nicholas Le Prevost
Performer Mark Umbers
Performer Dennis Waterman
Performer Caroline Blakiston
Performer Phillip Aiden
Performer Madelaine Brennan
Performer David Burrows
Performer Daniele Coombe
Performer Simon Coulthard
Performer Valerie Cutko
Performer Lisa Donmall
Performer Tom Dwyer
Performer Kerry Ellis
Performer Ann Emery
Performer Mark Frendo
Performer Michael N Harbour
Performer Lincoln Hudson
Performer Jacqui Jameson
Performer Alexandra Jay
Performer Neil Johnson
Performer Adam Jones
Performer Terry Kelly
Performer Fergus Logan
Performer Jill Martin
Performer Sarah Moyle
Performer Tober Reilly
Performer Jean Reeve
Performer Patsy Rowlands
Performer David Shaw-Parker
Performer John Stacey
Performer Sevan Stephan
Performer Carryl Thomas
Performer Suzanne Toase
Performer Katherine Barnes
Performer Michael Sadler
Performer Philip Willingham

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