PYGMALION

by George Bernard Shaw
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Saturday 29 January to Saturday 5 February 2011
Mary Wallace Theatre

Henry Higgins, a well off, rakish, Professor of Phonetics makes a bet that he can transform the manners and speech of Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle and pass her off in society. Bernard Shaw's ever-entertaining dramatic comedy, filled with his wit and style examines class, sexual politics and methods of education - and is of course the source of the very different musical, My Fair Lady.

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Cast                 

CLARA EYNSFORD-HILL Ella Donaldson MRS EYNSFORD-HILL Carol Fuller FIRST BYSTANDER Laura Galton FREDDY EYNSFORD-HILL Martin Elswood ELIZA DOOLITTLE Claire Robinson COLONEL PICKERING Barry Evans HENRY HIGGINS Simon Bartlett SECOND BYSTANDER Elizabeth Madgwick MRS PEARCE Deborah Tinsdale MR DOOLITTLE Stephen King MRS HIGGINS Sue Mapp PARLORMAID Amy Holleworth

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Gerald Baker
Geraldine Mitchell
Simon Bickerstaffe
Ralph Blackbourn, Fran Billington
Carol Fuller, Sue Roach
Ron Hudson

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