Pygmalion UK Tour

Pygmalion UK Tour


'A marvellous play'
Mail on Sunday

'Eliza Doolittle is one of the most credible and lovable working class girls ever to grace the stage'
Sunday Times

'Both more radical and much funnier than Lerner and Loewe’s romantic musical'

Pygmalion is one of theatre’s most entertaining and beguiling explorations of gender and class and is perhaps best known as the inspiration for the musical ‘My Fair Lady’. The aristocratic and pompous Professor Henry Higgins (made famous by Rex Harrison) makes a bet with his friend Colonel Pickering that he can transform the manners and speech of Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle and pass her off as a society lady. Packed with a host of larger than life characters including Alfred Doolittle and lovelorn Freddy Eynsford-Hill, Pygmalion remains one of Shaw’s most popular plays and a classic British drama; full of his trademark wit, style and humour.


Alistair McGowan, Rula Lenska, Jamie Foreman, Paul Brightwell, Lewis Collier, Katie Haygarth, Jane Lambert, Russell Layton, Andrew McDonald, Anna O'Grady, Charlotte Page, Joseph Sentance and Louise Templeton.


Director David Grindley

Designer Jonathan Fensom

Lighting Designer Jason Taylor

Sound Designer Fergus O'Hare

Casting Director Anne Vosser

Presented by MJE Productions, Mark Goucher Ltd and Theatre Royal Bath Productions present


Venues and Dates
Cambridge Arts Theatre 23rd February - 8th March 2014

Aberdeen His Majesty's Theatre 10th - 15th March 2014

Brighton Theatre Royal 17th - 22nd March 2014

Bath Theatre Royal 24th - 29th March 2014

Leeds Grand Theatre 31st March - 5th April 2014

Guildford Yvonne Arnaud Theatre 7th -12 April 2014

Richmond Theatre 14th - 19th April 2014

Newcastle Theatre Royal 21st - 26th April 2014

Malvern Festival Theatre 28th April - 3rd May 2014

Oxford Playhouse 5th - 10th May 2014

Coventry Belgrade 12th - 17th May 2014

Milton Keynes Theatre 27th - 31st May 2014

Canterbury Marlowe Theatre 2nd - 7th June 2014

Theatre Royal Plymouth 9th - 14th June 2014

Norwich Theatre Royal 16th - 21st June 2014