By G.B. Shaw
Directed by AISLING SMITH
An epic-theatre production of G.B. Shaw’s most famous play. See the classic 1912 comedy about gender, class and identity re-imagined for the present day.
The play, the inspiration of the hit musical My Fair Lady, sees the arrogant Professor Higgins transform Eliza from a common flower seller into a genteel lady, for a bet. A rags to riches story - with political bite.
Supported by NUI Galway centre for drama, theatre and performance