Lerner & Loewe's ever popular musical

Showing:

23 November - 27 January

Evening shows from Tues – Sun.
Sat matinees every week.
Sun matinees every week
(excl. Christmas Eve & New Year’s Eve)
Wed matinee: 20 Dec. Thurs matinee – 21 & 28 Dec.

The story of Eliza Dolittle – the Cockney flower girl who speaks in ‘yowls’ and not ‘vowels’ – has rightfully captivated audiences for decades.

Add to this an unforgettable score including songs Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?, On The Street Where You Live, I Could Have Danced All Night and Get Me To The Church On Time and My Fair Lady’s phenomenal worldwide success can be readily understood.

Following the record-breaking success of High Society last Christmas, The Mill is delighted to welcome back Joseph Pitcher to direct and choreograph what promises to be a very special and truly momentous production.

Joseph brings with him a cast including High Society’s leading lady Bethan Nash (Eliza Doolittle) and seasoned West End performer Martin Fisher (Professor Higgins).

Come and celebrate the Christmas period in style and join us for this sparkling show. A theatrical event not to be missed! 


OPENING TIMES:

Matinee performances:
Bar open from 12pm.
Lunch served between 12:15pm and 2pm.
Performance starts at 2:15pm.
 
Evening performances:
Bar open from 6pm.
Dinner served between 6:15pm and 8pm.
Performance starts at 8:15pm.

Please note: every ticket comes with a home-cooked two-course meal.
If you book for a show between 23 November – 24 December your ticket will also include a delicious festive mince pie.
Directed And Choreographed By:
Joseph Pitcher
Written By:
Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, Music by Frederick Loewe, Adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s Play and Gabriel Pascal’s motion picture ‘PYGMALION’
Musical Director:
Joe Bunker
Musical Supervisor/Orchestrations:
Charlie Ingles
Set Designer:
Michael Holt
Costume Designer:
Natalie Titchener
Assistant Choreographer:
Rachel Moran
Cast List:
Eric Carte – Colonel Pickering
Felicity Duncan – Mrs Pearce
Francesca Ellis – Mrs Eynsford-Hill
Martin Fisher – Professor Higgins
Alex Hammond – Freddy Eynsford-Hill
Susan Kyd – Mrs Higgins
Rachel Moran – Clara Eynsford-Hill
Bethan Nash – Eliza Doolittle
Spencer O’Brien – Harry
Amanda Sim – Mrs Perkins
Phil Snowden – Alfred Doolittle
James William-Pattison – Jamie
Musicians:
Joe Atkin-Reeves – Reed (Clar/Sax/Flute)
Peter Hutchinson – Double Bass
David Larkin – Violinist
Callum White – Percussion