Golden Gate Theatre | San Francisco, California
Who doesn’t love the amazing and enchanting feeling of witnessing a world-class musical performance live? The most iconic musical venue in San Francisco – Golden Gate Theatre, has announced a bright highlight in their program this November, and it’d be crazy to miss it! My Fair Lady will make a stop in the city and honor the stage of the hall to present the visitors the incredible lives of the flower girl Eliza Doolitle and her mentor – Professor Henry Higgins. Seeing live one of the most award-winning musicals of all time truly is an unmissable opportunity, and the good news is that it’s just a click-away! Treat yourself or your close ones with this exquisite musical delight and head down to Golden Gate Theatre for a mesmerizing Thursday evening out!
My Fair Lady, the original musical from way back in 1950, revitalized, overhauled and better than ever before, coming to you only at the outstanding Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco on the Thursday 18th November 2021. My Fair Lady tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower seller, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics Professor who is determined to make her over her into his sense of a “proper lady.” Come along to Golden Gate Theatre for London cockney voyage back in time to the roaring 1920s, come and travel around the world-famous London Covent Garden flower market, with street hawkers slinging their wares and market stalls peddling their speedy fixes, a time when gentlemen were real men, with top hats and pocket watches. The story goes… While taking a walk around the London Covent Garden market with his mate, Professor Higgins entered into a friendly bet, over whether or not he could convert one of the luckless cockney flowers hawking girls, Elisa to be explicit. From a unrefined street peasant into what he considered to be a “perfect lady”. The conclusive test would be in six months when he would present young Eliza to the London socialites at the Embassy Ball. Buy your tickets now to My Fair Lady only at the Golden Gate Theatre now!