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PYGMALION By Bernard Shaw  

Headlong Productions Tour

 

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How far do accents define us? Is status still dictated by our mother tongue? Sam Pritchard directs a radical new staging of Bernard Shaw’s acute comedy Pygmalion, in a co-production between Headlong, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Nuffield, Southampton.

 

The play will open to press in Leeds and then to :

West Yorkshire Playhouse

4TH - 25TH FEB 2017 Telephone: 0113 213 7700

Warwick Arts Centre

28TH FEB - 3RD MAR 2017 Telephone: 024 7652 4524

Liverpool Playhouse

7TH - 11TH MAR 2017 Telephone: 0151 709 4776

Leiceter Curve

21ST - 25TH MAR 2017 Telephone: 0116 242 3595

Everyman Theatre Cheltenham

28TH MAR - 1ST APR 2017 Telephone: 01242 572573

Theatre Royal Bath

4TH - 8TH APR 2017 Telephone: 01225 448844

Oxford Playhouse

18TH - 22ND APR 2017 Telephone: 01865 305305

Nuffield Southampton Theatre

25TH APR - 13TH MAY 2017 Telephone: 023 8067 1771

 

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Former Shakespeare's Globe artistic director Dominic Dromgoole has teamed up with producer Nica Burns to launch a theatre company focused on classic playwrights.

Called Classic Spring, it will celebrate the work of proscenium playwrights, including Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, staging their plays in the theatres they wrote for.

The company will produce its first play, Wilde's A Woman of No Importance, in October 2017 at a  theatre yet to be announced.

Directed by Dromgoole, the production will kick off a year-long West End season revolving around Wilde's other Victorian plays –

Lady Windermere's Fan,

An Ideal Husband and

The Importance of Being Earnest.

Shaw in the West End