Pygmalion

by bernard shaw

Bernard Shaw’s eternally delightful tale of the rise of kerbside Covent Garden’s Eliza Doolittle from flower-girl to fair lady really needs no introduction.

It’s a beautifully crafted concoction of comedy, snappy dialogue and uplifting plot which gently conceals Mr Shaw’s real mission to educate and encourage people of all backgrounds to better themselves, to strive to achieve as individuals.

"We so enjoyed yesterday evening and thought the small cast pulled off a real tour de force. Very entertaining indeed!"

Peta Bainbridge, Essex