My Fair Lady is one of the most popular stage shows of all time, and audiences at the current London revival of this Lerner and Lowe musical can be heard singing softly with Eliza Doolittle as she recalls how she “could have danced all night” or with her father, Alfred Doolittle, as he's on his way to “getting married in the morning.” This revival, which premiered last March at the Royal National's Lyttleton Theatre (produced in association with Cameron Mackintosh), transferred to the ...

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