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Outdoor Theatre at the Hall - Pygmalion

Hoveton Hall Estate are so very pleased to welcome back DOT Productions who will be performing the well-loved classic 'Pygmalion.'

Could a Cockney Flower girl really be transformed into a Fair Lady?
DOT Productions return in their 12th year of touring with their own adaption of a well-loved classic, George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion.

Will professor of phonetics Henry Higgins transform Eliza Doolittle enough to convince upper-class society that she is one of them, or will Eliza never forget who she really is?
Pygmalion explores the English class system with all of its petty attitudes and posturing.
Full of wit and wisdom Shaw exposes the hollowness at the heart of that society, but it is not just about accents or class, it is about the battle of the sexes, of control!

Brought to the stage by a cast of five actors and DOT’s unmistakeable entertaining style this is not to be missed.

Tickets are available to pre-book now, please click here for details.

This is an outdoor production so please bring your own chairs or floor cushions and suitable clothing. Picnics are encouraged but no BBQ’s please.

No dogs are allowed except for assistance dogs.

The production runs at approximately 2hrs including an interval.

Gates open from 4pm and access to the performance is from the main drive to the Hall and NOT the gardens entrance.