Book Tickets To My Fair Lady At The London Coliseum

Oluwatosin Michael
Dec 07, 2021 By Oluwatosin Michael
Originally Published on Dec 02, 2021
Book Tickets To My Fair Lady At The London Coliseum
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London's West End welcomes The Lincoln Center Theatre's award-winning production of My Fair Lady for 18 weeks at the London Coliseum.

This show is here for a limited time period, so get ready to buy yourself some My Fair Lady tickets. Directed by Bartlett Sher, a Tony Award winner, this production of My Fair Lady has been nominated for 10 Tony Awards and has received rave reviews.

The West End musical comedy-drama will also feature the English National Opera Orchestra, which will be playing the stunning score from Frederick Loewe.

Fo the first time in over 21 years, this production of My Fair Lady is here in London with its ravishing music and brilliant performances. A revival of a perfect musical, Lerner and Loewe's My Fair Lady is a story about gender, class, and power.

Classic songs loved by all will be featured in the play in the London Coliseum. The Broadway musical of 1956, which starred Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison, was said to be one of the best musicals of the century and won six Tony Awards to prove it.

Rex Harrison even starred in the film adaptation of My Fair Lady along with Audrey Hepburn, which received very good reviews.

So why not give this new Lincoln Center Theatre production of My Fair Lady a chance? Get your My Fair Lady tickets now for a memorable outing to the London Coliseum.

About My Fair Lady

What is My Fair Lady about?

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be able to enjoy this production of My Fair Lady, which is on at the London Coliseum for the first time in over 21 years. So make sure to buy your tickets, as the play is only in London for a limited time period.

The story of My Fair Lady revolves around a young Cockney flower seller named Eliza Doolittle and a linguistics professor named Henry Higgins.

Henry Higgins wants to transform Eliza Doolittle into a proper lady, or at least his idea of one. The question asked by the play is who is actually changed in the end.

Eliza drops her accent with the help of the linguistics professor, but by trying to be a proper lady, she loses a sense of herself. Eliza, to regain herself again, tries to find her own path.

She earns a different sense of power that she did not have before. Director Bartlett Sher interpreted this ending from the original 'My Fair Lady'.

He did change it but made sure to get necessary permissions and approvals from the estates of the creators of 'My Fair Lady', Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner. Marni Nixon sang in the film 'My Fair Lady'.

Watch this musical comedy, and enjoy the work of the English National Opera orchestra, when it returns to the West End at the London Coliseum. Book your My Fair Lady tickets now.

Who is the team behind My Fair Lady?

The show is directed by Bartlett Sher, taking inspiration from the book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and the score by Frederick Loewe.

Classic songs like 'Get Me to the Church on Time', 'I Could Have Danced All Night', 'On the Street Where You Live', 'Wouldn't It Be Lovely', 'The Rain in Spain', and 'I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face' will be part of this musical.

There have been no announcements yet about the creative members of the team for the show's West End return.

What age is My Fair Lady suitable for?

There are no age restrictions for the show, and viewers of all ages can enjoy this musical. It will be most suitable for older children as it is quite long.

How long is My Fair Lady?

The runtime of the show at the London Coliseum is three hours. It also includes an interval.

Who is in the My Fair Lady cast?

The cast of the production at the London Coliseum has not been disclosed yet.

The 2018 production of the show starred Lauren Ambrose as Eliza and Harry Hadden-Paton as Henry Higgins. The first musical of My Fair Lady came out on 25 December 1964. It was set in 1912 in London.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is the London Coliseum?

The address of the venue is the London Coliseum, St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4ES, United Kingdom.

How do I get to the London Coliseum?

It is easy to reach the London Coliseum. Take the A400 if you are travelling by car to reach the destination quickly.

The nearest tube stations are Charing Cross and Leicester Square stations.

The closest train station is Charing Cross station.

Where can I park at the London Coliseum?

The nearest car park is Chinatown Q-Park. It is a 5-minute walk from the London Coliseum.

Where are the toilets at the London Coliseum?

Toilets for both males and females are found in all seating levels of the London Coliseum. Accessible toilets are found in the Basement, the Stalls, Balcony, and the Dress Circle.

Is the London Coliseum accessible?

The London Coliseum is an accessible theatre. Wheelchair spaces in the London Coliseum are available in the Dress Circle, the Stalls, and the back of the Stalls.

For assistance, contact the box office at the theatre.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some good options to eat near the London Coliseum include Chandos, Fumo, Notes Coffee Roasters & Bar, and Caffe Nero.

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Written by Oluwatosin Michael

Bachelor of Science specializing in Microbiology

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Oluwatosin MichaelBachelor of Science specializing in Microbiology

With a Bachelor's in Microbiology from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Oluwatosin has honed his skills as an SEO content writer, editor, and growth manager. He has written articles, conducted extensive research, and optimized content for search engines. His expertise extends to leading link-building efforts and revising onboarding strategies. 

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