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PUBLISHED: 11:41 09 November 2006 | UPDATED: 14:54 12 May 2010

CAMBRIDGE Operatic Society (CaOS) returns to the Cambridge Arts Theatre with the eagerly anticipated production of My Fair Lady. Celebrating its 95th birthday and its 60th year at Cambridge Arts Theatre, CaOS will not fail to delight audiences with its a

CAMBRIDGE Operatic Society (CaOS) returns to the Cambridge Arts Theatre with the eagerly anticipated production of My Fair Lady.

Celebrating its 95th birthday and its 60th year at Cambridge Arts Theatre, CaOS will not fail to delight audiences with its all-singing all-dancing production of this feel-good musical made famous by the 1964 film adaptation with Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn.

Starring Cambridge locals Catriona Nicol as Eliza Doolittle and Richard Braithwaite as Professor Henry Higgins, My Fair Lady tells the story of a Cockney flower girl and her pompous but endearing teacher as he tries to pass her off as royalty at the embassy ball.

The production features fabulous costumes and all the most loved songs from Frederick Loewe's original score, including I Could Have Danced All Night, The Rain In Spain and I'm Getting Married In The Morning.

My Fair Lady will amaze audiences at the Cambridge Arts Theatre and the highly talented and enthusiastic CaOS cast will have audiences clapping along and singing the songs well into the night.

My Fair Lady will be showing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from November 27-December 2. Ticket prices range from £10-£20.

For more information contact the box office on 01223 503333 or book online at www.cambridgeartstheatre.com

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