My Fair Lady at Dolby Theatre

My Fair Lady Tickets

Dolby Theatre | Los Angeles, CA

The unforgettable classic, the multi award-winning, My Fair Lady! Back on in a extravagant new production at the Dolby Theatre, buy your tickets now for the Sunday 31st October 2021. It's going to be an breathtaking show, featuring the timeless score “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain in Spain” and “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly”. So, lets go everybody it’s time to get all dolled up like a “proper Lady” and get you and your friends down to the theater. Recognized by critics all over with Variety Magazine calling it a “jubilant revival, the beloved musical comes alive in all its glory”

My Fair Lady at Dolby Theatre

The most cherished musical of all time, My Fair Lady, the original musical from way back in 1950, revived, revamped and better than ever before, coming to you only at the outstanding Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on the Sunday 31st October 2021. Imagine for a moment its 1920s London, you are in the world-famous Covent Garden Market, the streets are cobbled stone. The roadway is filled with tented stalls hawking flowers from all across the world, the smell of a hundred different flowers, the sound of a hundred stallholders vending their wares. Street urchins running about looking for unsuspecting marks, gentlemen in fine ensembles and tall top hats. Ladies in the most marvelous dresses. My Fair Lady tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower seller, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics Professor who upon hearing her tactless vulgar cockney accent takes a wager from his friend, who is convinced the good Professor couldn’t possibly convert Eliza into the ideal “proper lady.” Reserve your tickets now for this extravagant new revival of the most perfect musical of all time, tickets are available now, but for a show this astounding, they won’t be up for long so, don’t delay, book your place for an astounding night out at Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on the Sunday 31st October 2021

My Fair Lady at Dolby Theatre

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