ADC – My Fair lady

Another Friday and it is the ADC Theatre again. Tonight we are seeing “My fair Lady” based on the book “Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw.

Alan Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s ‘My Fair Lady’ tells the compelling story the ‘education’ of a Miss Eliza Doolittle.

Doolittle is a fiery, intelligent young woman who works as a flower girl. She desires upward social mobility, but her strong East-End accent prevents it. She seeks the elocution lessons from a paternalistic professor of phonetics, Henry Higgins, who gradually moulds her into his ideal of womanhood. Eliza finds herself battling oppressive ideals of femininity and class and is forced to re-evaluate her sense of self.

CUMT’s production is a compelling reinterpretation of the classic tale, with an exhilarating combination of physical theatre, ensemble multi-rolling, puppetry, and Loewe’s well-loved score.


We are off for a 5 day break to sunny Benidorm where we have booked a room with sea view and balcony at hotel Canfali in the old city. The weather is very pleasant for this time of year (22C) although the sea is still very cold. Went for a couple of walks and found a lot has changed in the 5 years we were last there.

ADC – A View from the Bridge

Another Friday and it is the ADC Theatre again. Tonight we are seeing “A View From The Bridge” by Arthur Miller

Arthur Miller’s masterpiece on human weakness.

Eddie Carbone lives with his wife Beatrice and his niece Catherine. His life is simple and pragmatic, but this all changes when Beatrice’s immigrant cousins enter the fold…

How far will Eddie go to protect the world he has created? A powerful statement of human nature and very well performed.

ADC Theatre – The Wind In The Willows

We are again going to the ADC theatre and tonight we are seeing “The Wind In The Willows” by Kenneth Grahame.

Alan Bennett’s timeless adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s beautiful story of Ratty, Mole, Badger and of course Toad of Toad Hall which was a delightful performance by BAWDS.


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