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Eliza Doanything

Amy: It seems that Eliza Doolittle has fallen on hard times the poor lamb. She obviously had to sell squares of her jeans to the rag and bone man to afford the tube fare to the opening of a new… 227 more words


A tribute to "The Perfect Musical"

In 1956, the Broadway production of My Fair Lady became the longest running musical theatre production in history. And since then, the musical, based on George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, has seen a film adaptation and many enthralling theatre revivals across the globe. 350 more words


Curiocity: Q&A With Helen Anker, Guthrie's 'Eliza Doolittle'

Few shows need less introduction than My Fair Lady, but since the entire show centers around a big introduction, a few notes. When Lerner and Loewe’s adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s… 1,037 more words


Goodbye Camden Crawl

So it has turned out that the Camden Crawl has gone into liquidation. I’m a little sad, although I didn’t go this year, which is perhaps a bit telling. 729 more words



Sunny weather, long evenings…have your thoughts been turning to the beach lately?  Well, thanks to the very kind folk at the Roundhouse, there’s no need to jump into the car or hop on a plane.  437 more words

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