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'Lavish revival of Lerner and Loewe's 1956 masterwork…'
THE WASHINGTON POST
'The production is magnificent, the stars terrific and the stage design impressive.'
'Thrilling! Glorious and better than it ever was! A marvellous and transformative revival.'
NEW YORK TIMES
My Fair Lady The Musical London
- Ticket and Hotel Packages
London Coliseum Theatre 3 hours All Ages
London Coliseum Theatre 3 hours
Be sure not to miss the return of My Fair Lady the musical. Back for the first time in 20 years, this spectacular show is only showing for a limited time! Book now with Holiday Extras and enjoy theatre alongside a top London hotel.
My Fair Lady tells the compelling story of Eliza Doolittle. Eliza is a Cockney flower seller, who decides to take speech lessons with Henry Higgins, a linguistics professor. Henry is determined to help Eliza transform into his idea of a lady but it seems there may be more than one transformation along the way.
After the show you can enjoy post-theatre drinks in one of London's best hotels. Just a short stroll from the London Coliseum, we have a great choice of hotels to make your short break even more magical. We're sure after such a wonderful evening at the theatre, you'll still be humming along to the classic songs of My Fair Lady as you're going to bed.
Booking our theatre ticket and hotel deals is really quick and easy. Enter your dates, select your tickets and choose your favourite hotel. We'll send you a confirmation email with everything you need to know. When you pair your theatre ticket and overnight stay together with Holiday Extras not only do you save money, but also time and stress.
My Fair Lady Musical - A London Short Break
When you book with us it's easy to turn your theatre trip into an unforgettable London short break. Book your tickets with an overnight stay at one of London's top hotels. All hotels are within easy reach of the theatre - some are just 15 minutes away - making them the perfect place to wind down after a magical show!
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