Congrats to all involved, Many thanks to all who helped or attended. We hope you enjoyed the show and can join us in January for Sleeping Beauty
"Remember that you are a human being with a soul and the divine gift of articulate speech: that your native language is the language of Shakespeare and Milton and The Bible; and don't sit there crooning like a bilious pigeon."
Fresh from the box office success of ‘Allo Allo’, The Chameleons are delighted to present George Bernard Shaw’s classic tale Pygmalion. The Irish Playwright’s masterpiece of wit and manners was the basis for the script of the 1964 Oscar-winning film 'My Fair Lady' starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison. This is the classic story of Henry Higgins (played by Stuart Everett), a linguistics expert, training the beautiful but common Eliza Doolittle (Michelle Edwards) to become a lady by teaching her to speak properly. Can Professor Higgins teach her to speak properly and pass her off as a duchess?
Pygmalion has been performed countless times around the world and had a recent revival on broadway starring Claire Danes in 2007. My Fair Lady has also had numerous revivals woldwide.
"Have you no morals, man?" " Can't afford 'em, Guv'nor"
Evening performances ran from Thursday to Saturday at 7.30pm with the Sunday Matinee at 5pm.
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