One flower girl. Two experts. Free lessons. Six months. Duchess required.
Professor Higgins bets he can transform the life of a flower girl by helping her learn to speak proper English rather than her cockney dialect.
Witness the transformation of Eliza Doolittle. An insanely witty play that has the problem of our “common” English language at its heart. A razor-sharp exploration of social and gender inequality, transformation and the awakening of self-respect that remains relevant over one hundred years since the play’s first performance.
The play that inspired the classic musical, “My Fair Lady” and over one hundred years after it was written, see this production reimagined by The Australian Shakespeare Company.
21 May to 2 June 2018
Various performnace times
Check Performance Schedule for more info.
approx. 2.5 hours inc. 15 min intermission.
188 Collins Street, Melbourne
Tickets are also sold on-site at the box office from 1 hour prior to the performance start time (subject to availability).
|Monday 21/5 – 6:30pm|
|Tuesday 22/5 – 6:30pm|
|Wednesday 23/5 – 1pm and 7:30pm|
|Thursday 24/5 – 7:30pm|
|Friday 25/5 – 7:30pm|
|Saturday 26/5 – 1pm and 7:30pm|
|Monday 28/5 – 6:30pm|
|Tuesday 29/5 – 6:30pm|
|Wednesday 30/5 – 1pm and 7:30pm|
|Thursday 31/5 – 7:30pm|
|Friday 1/6 – 7:30pm|
|Saturday 2/6 – 1pm and 7:30pm|