The Play: Pygmalion

Rupert Everett, Pygmalion

Whoever would have thought when we first saw the nubile Rupert Everett in Another Country (stage or screen, depending on how old you are), he’d ever get to an age where he could carry off a Professor ‘Enry ‘Iggins? He’s nowhere near the age of Rex Harrisson, who played the role in the musical version of Pygmalion, My Fair Lady, but with his distinguished beard and nice bit of three-piece, critics and public agreed when the play debuted at Chichester that it was an unmitigated triumph for everyone but especially for dear Rupert: five stars in The Telegraph and a bit of ‘Everett is a hypnotic stage presence’ in The Times.

Now city folk get the chance to see Mr. E and television’s Kara Tointon when they bring George Bernard Shaw’s masterpiece to the Garrick at the heart of London’s glittering West End.

It doesn’t open until 17th May but we suggest the early buying of tickets. Try clicking here.

 

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