Last chance to see the critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning production of ‘My Fair Lady’, the first major West End revival of Lerner & Loewe’s much-loved musical for 21 years: Buy tickets at an exclusive Members-only price: fully booked and run ended

Here’s a last chance to see the critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning production of ‘My Fair Lady’, the first major West End revival of Lerner and Loewe’s much-loved musical for 21 years. The show is closing on Saturday, August 27—and we have two last chances for Members to see it—we have two best tickets left for Thursday evening, August 25, and four best tickets for the 2pm Saturday matinee on the very last day, August 27. These are excellent stalls seats at an exclusive Club price—it’s a must-see musical for the entire family to enjoy!

Starring Vanessa Redgrave, Amara Okereke and Harry Hadden-Paton, this sublime Lincoln Center Theater production features the English National Opera orchestra playing Frederick Loewe’s ravishing score, with the famous lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner.

The original musical opened on Broadway in 1956, and became the longest-running, most successful musical of its era. Now all the fanfare of its 1950s heyday—the majesty of Cecil Beaton’s costumes, the wonder of Julie Andrews’s Eliza, the brilliant songs of Lerner and Loewe, and the wit of George Bernard Shaw’s ‘Pygmalion’—the play on which ‘My Fair Lady’ is based–will transform the London Coliseum into a feast of colour, pleasure and style.

The show has seen many notable revivals, including the acclaimed 1964 film starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison, which won eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture. The tale of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower seller, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics professor determined to transform her into his idea of a lady and experiences his own transformation in the process, is time-honoured, as is the music. Songs such as ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?’, ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’, ‘On the Street Where You Live’ and ‘I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face’ will surely enchant. Audiences will once again hear that the rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain, and that in Hertford, Hereford and Hampshire, hurricanes hardly happen.

But there will be a difference—for the award-winning musical, hot from Broadway and brought over by its Tony Award-winning director Bartlett Sher, is being re-imagined for the modern age—and it will not disappoint! It’s a star-studded show, and the cast are magnificent. Stage legend Vanessa Redgrave, returning to the West End for the first time since appearing in The Inheritance in 2018, plays Mrs Higgins.

Vanessa Redgrave’s remarkable career includes winning an Oscar as well as Emmy, Tony, Olivier, BAFTA, Cannes, Golden Globe, and the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Among many notable film performances, she played Guinevere in Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot in 1967. To see this star actress—now aged 85—live on stage will be an unmissable, perhaps unrepeatable, experience.

As Henry Higgins, Harry Hadden-Paton reprises his performance in the original production at the Lincoln Center in New York—and for which he received Tony and Grammy Award nominations. Hadden-Paton, perhaps best known for his roles as Martin Charteris in ‘The Crown’ and Bertie Pelham in ‘Downton Abbey’, has worked extensively on stage in London and New York.

And in Amara Okereke, Eliza Doolittle is a revelation. Hailed by critics as ‘the new face of British theatre’, Okereke won the ‘Best Actress in a Musical’ title at the Stage Debut Awards 2018 for her performance as Cosette in ‘Les Misérables’. She was recently seen in the Almeida’s acclaimed production of ‘Spring Awakening’ and—beautiful in My Fair Lady costumes—on a recent cover of Tatler magazine!

Directed by Sher, this production was the winner of the Tony Award for Best Costume Design, five Outer Critics’ Circle Awards including Best Musical Revival, the Drama League Award for Outstanding Musical Revival, and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Musical Revival and Costume Design. The London production will feature 36 musicians from the English National Opera’s award-winning Orchestra playing Frederick Loewe’s score, making it the largest orchestra in the West End.

First seen in New York, Catherine Zuber’s costume designs for the show swept the awards. Have there ever been more ravishing looks than Eliza’s runway fashion gowns? Then there was the one for the princess-at-the-ball entrance, then the startling scarlet wildly-sculptured opera-coat that for a moment consciously broke the show’s line and palette, but also there was the glory of her Ascot style.


This will be a memorable and unmissable show—and we are delighted to have arranged excellent tickets for our Members, giving the best views of the performance, at only £59.75 per person (full prices are £87.50 to £127.25).

These very last tickets will soon sell out, so please click here now to book instantly online, or call Member Services on 020 7399 2960.


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