‘I’ve a right to be here if I like. Same as you’
Eliza Doolittle aspires to more than selling flowers on the streets of Covent Garden.
After a chance meeting with Professor Henry Higgins and Colonel Pickering, she finds herself the subject of a rash bet to pass her off as a lady amongst the great and the good of London society.
Olivier-winner Richard Jones (Endgame, The Hairy Ape) directs the Olivier Award-winning duo of Bertie Carvel (The 47th, The Crown) and Patsy Ferran (Camp Siegfried, A Streetcar Named Desire) in George Bernard Shaw’s explosively funny, biting and subversive satire on class, as the ruthless linguist Higgins attempts to transform the brilliantly irrepressible Eliza – who breaks the mould he creates for her.
- Booking Information
Captioned: Fri 13 Oct, 7.30pm
Relaxed (also audio described and captioned): Sat 14 Oct, 2.30pm
Audio described: Mon 16 Oct, 7.30pm (Touch Tour: 5.30pm)
BSL: Fri 20 Oct, 7.30pm
- Good To Know
Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
BSL (British Sign Language) performance: Friday 20th October 7.30pm
Audio Described: Mon 16 Oct 7.30pm
Captioned: Fri 13 Oct 7:30pm
Relaxed: Sat 14 Oct 2:30pm
Additional Details & FAQ
- Access Information
For Accessibility information please contact the box office on 0344 871 7628
- Cancellation Policy
No refunds or exchanges after purchase
- Suitable For Children
Suitable for children aged 12 years and older.
- Where Do I Go
The Cut, London SE1 8NB
Sep 29, 2023
You can't avoid waiting for the songs from My Fair Lady but that is unfair. This is a too stylised production to twist any hearts. Our heroine is a good actor but not well cast. Too 'real' you could say. We care about a fairytale princess like Audrey Hepburn but not this 'flower girl'.
Sep 28, 2023
great acting and so enjoyable
Sep 27, 2023
Disappointed - sets drab, costumes dull and direction poor. Rather like a suburban Am-Dram production (with exception of Bertie C) was really hoping for more.
Sep 16, 2023
So much better than the usual! Loved all the casting (John Marquez’s role as Dolittle couldn't have been more different from his role in Doc Martin but his performance was brilliant).The scenery/ props worked very well and the use of the stage was really good. I couldn’t understand why a cast member had to stand by the stage for a good 10 minutes before curtain up! though