by George Bernard Shaw

Performing: Nov 2024

Director: Paul Baker

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Date/ TimeVenueIndoor/ OutdoorFood/ Drink Avail-able?Tickets OnlineTickets In PersonTickets By Phone
Thu 14th Nov 2024 7:30pmHalesworth - The CutIndoorFood and drinkticketsource.co.uk
Fri 15th Nov 2024 7:30pmBungay - The Fisher TheatreIndoorDrinks onlyBooking details coming soon
Sat 16th Nov 2024 7:30pmLaxfield - Village HallIndoorNone (see 'Picnics permitted?' for whether you may bring your own)Booking details coming soon
Wed 20th Nov 2024 7:30pmBeccles Public Hall & TheatreIndoorDrinks onlyticketsource.co.uk
Thu 21st Nov 2024 7:30pmDiss Corn HallIndoorFood and drinkBooking details coming soon
Fri 22nd Nov 2024 7:30pmWingfield BarnsIndoorDrinks onlywegottickets.com
Sat 23rd Nov 2024 7:30pmWingfield BarnsIndoorDrinks onlywegottickets.com

Prices

Tickets £13; students £6

After the seriousness of recent productions (Lovesong, Journey’s End and Top Girls), RoughCast return with a classic comedy: Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw.
Cherup Capt’n and by a flower ofa paw gerl” – thus begins the story of Eliza Doolittle who is taken under the wing of Professor Henry Higgins, a linguistic expert. He has made a bet that within six months he can transform the scruffy, Cockney girl into a ‘proper lady’ and pass her off as a Duchess.
As Eliza undergoes a gruelling and often humiliating process of education, she begins to challenge Higgins assumptions about class and gender, and in doing so, discovers her own strength and place in society. A funny, moving story, later transformed into the musical hit My Fair Lady.

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