My Fair Lady

What the press said - Birmingham - 15 November 2005

Standing ovations and rave reviews for My Fair Lady at the Birmingham Hippodrome

Birmingham Reviews – 15 November 2005

Birmingham Mail – 16 November

“And still we begged for more…”


“This production didn't disappoint, excelling with the most lavish sets, costumes and actors imaginable.”

“It all worked wonderfully.”

“The performance was simply lovely… I could have watched them dance all night.”

Birmingham Post – 17 November

“More than fair.”

“This dazzling production fully lives up to its pedigree.”

“Well thought out and beautifully presented, this revival contains some stagecraft so exceptional as to justify that overworked word magic.”

“Tour de force… a theatrical masterclass

“Russ Abbott and the company in brilliant form.”



“My Fair Lady addicts will have booked their tickets long ago, but no one who enjoys high-quality music theatre will want to miss this.”

BBC Online – 16 November

“This fair lady is the fairest of them all!”

Wolverhampton Express and Star – 16 November

“Fabulous, polished, stylish.”

“This musical deserves it many accolades…. Bright and breezy feel and irresistible charm.”

“Majestic, splendid… first rate cast.”

“Sounds fantastic and entertains thoroughly.”

Walsall Observer – 16 November

“A stunning performance… Amy Nuttall in the dream role of Eliza Doolittel illuminates this great musical… she is simply gorgeous.. the best Eliza I have seen”

“Excellent…. Perfect…. Marvellous… spectacular”

“This Cameron Mackintosh/National Theatre production is a cracker.”

”A fitting celebration of its 50th anniversary.”

Saga 1057FM - John Darvall, presenter

“A perfect piece of musical theatre.”

Heart FM – 17 November

“My Fair Lady is a truly magnificent musical.”

“A transfixing combination of sensational costumes, the well loved familiar favorite songs and exhilarating dance routines.”

“All performed to a flawless standard with breathtaking performances by the star studded line up in a showcase of exceptional talent by all.”


“What a fantastic and entrancing way to spend an evening.”