Lerner and Loewe's

My Fair Lady

3 - 18 April 2020

Season Dates:

3-18 April 2020


Evenings: 7:30pm Tuesday – Saturday. Please note there are no performances on 6, 11 or 14 April.


  • 4pm Sunday 5 April
  • 4pm Sunday 12 April (Easter)
  • 4pm Monday 13 April (Easter)

Approx Duration: 2 hrs 55 mins including 20 min interval


Isaac Theatre Royal
145 Gloucester St, Christchurch Central City

Creative Team

Book and Lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner

Music: Frederick Loewe

Producer: Showbiz Christchurch

Director: Stephen Robertson

Musical Director: Richard Marrett

Choreographer: Glen Harris

Adapted from: George Bernard Shaw’s Play and Gabriel Pascal’s Motion Picture “PYGMALION”

Original Production Directed and Staged by Moss Hart

Licensed exclusively by Music Theatre International (Australasia). All performance materials supplied by Hal Leonard Australia.

Ticket Information:

My Fair Lady

The cherished story of Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle (played originally by Julie Andrews) and pompous linguistics professor Henry Higgins, who wagers he can transform the street-smart girl from the East End gutters into a proper Edwardian society lady. But who is really transforming whom?

This clash of class, intellect and personalities sparks some of musical theatre’s wittiest banter and memorable songs including ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?’, ‘The Rain in Spain’, ‘On the Street Where You Live’, ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’, and ‘Get Me to the Church on Time’.

When My Fair Lady was first performed in Christchurch in 1962, it set the record at the Theatre Royal, running for 171 performances to an audience of 200,000.

The 60th Anniversary of My Fair Lady was celebrated in 2016 with a production directed by Julie Andrews. A Broadway revival followed in 2018 and received a Tony Awards nomination, and won three awards for “Outstanding Revival of a Musical”.

Showbiz Christchurch is delighted to bring a stunning new production of this “musical of all musicals” back to Christchurch in 2020.

Warning: My Fair Lady contains Victorian & Edwardian attitudes and one swear word ('bottle and glass' in Cockney rhyming slang)!


Principal Cast

Featured Cast


Mitchell Anderson
Lawrence Botting
Rebecca Boyce
Liam Braithwaite
Matt Deavoll
Lennox Dunn
Meghan Dunn
Imogen Edwards
Roz Ellis
Elizabeth Ellison
Bianca Escobar
Nellie Evison
Kimberley Fenton
Finn Gestro-Best
Laurel Gregory
Catherine Hay
Lachlan Inwood
Noah James
Austin Jenks
Anna-Kate Kilpatrick
Rosie Knight
Rylie MacGibbon
Cameron Melville
Jesper Moritzen
James-Paul Mountstevens
Nathan Munn
Kristina Saul
Claire Steel
Chris Walker