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Pygmalion Tickets

Garrick TheatreLondon

★★★★★ ‘There is no more STYLISH, SOPHISTICATED or SATISFYING play to be had in London’ - Sunday Telegraph

‘Dame Diana Rigg is in splendid form’ - Daily Express

‘The chemistry between Tointon and Everett is electrifying’ - Sunday Telegraph

‘Peter Eyre is a perfect Pickering’ - Daily Telegraph

‘Michael Feast is magnificent’ - Daily Express

‘Kara Tointon is the real deal!’ - The Independent

‘Kara Tointon lights up the West End stage. A star is born!’ - Paul O’Grady

‘Diana Rigg is note-perfect’ - Evening Standard

‘Rupert Everett is fantastic’ - Heart FM

‘Diana Rigg is tremendous’ - The Observer

‘Kara Tointon makes a terrific West End stage debut as Eliza Doolittle’ - Daily Telegraph

‘A beautifully structured play of infinite subtlety’ - The Guardian

‘Philip Prowse is to be congratulated for giving a new fluency to Shaw’s lines’ - Daily Express

PYGMALION at the Garrick Theatre, starring Kara Tointon, Rupert Everett, Michael Feast and Diana Rigg

Egocentric Professor of Phonetics Henry Higgins makes a bet with his friend, the amiable Colonel Pickering, that he can transform the manners and speech of Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle and pass her off as a lady in society.

Bernard Shaw’s ever-entertaining dramatic tour de force is a provocative assault on the sexual politics, educational limitations and class structure of his day. But peppered with his trademark wit and classic style, it is also beguilingly funny.


Pygmalion tickets on sale now!

Discount tickets for Pygmalion.

PYGMALION TICKET OFFER: £49.50 tickets reduced to £40.50 (plus £3.00 admin and transaction fee) and £39.50 tickets reduced to £29.50 (plus £2.00 admin and transaction fee) . Offer valid Monday to Friday evening and Saturday Matinee performances until 30th August 2011. Discount is strictly subject to availability and while stocks last.

For the Final weeks of the run of Pygmalion from 15th August to 3rd September, the role of Professor Henry Higgins will be played by Alistair McGowan. Rupert Everett’s final performance will be on 13th August as he will be beginning filming a new BBC / HBO series of Parade’s End adapted by Tom Stoppard.”