by Julie Wallis twitter.com/nicenic63
My Fair Lady at New Alexandra Theatre
My Fair Lady is at the New Alexandra theatre all week until Saturday and I saw it last night. As always I had a great night out.
The play, is based on Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and first appeared on stage in 1913, is the story of the flower seller Eliza Doolittle being taught how to talk and act like a real Lady by Henry Higgins so as Higgins can win a bet.
My Fair Lady is set in Edwardian London, this meant I was treated to a plethora of beautiful costumes, I especially loved the Ascot scene where all the ladies are dressed in white to enjoy their day at the races with their gentlemen folk dressed in top hats and tail coats and looking equally fine. My Fair Lady is a visual delight as well as…
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