My Fair Lady by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe will be performed at the Auderghem Cultural Centre.
Music Director: Scott Rumery
Stage Director: Diana Morton-Hooper
Producer: Eileen Heenan
My Fair Lady tells the story of over-confident Professor Henry Higgins who with his friend, Colonel Pickering, follow through on an experiment to transform a cockney flower seller, Eliza Doolittle, into a lady who speaks well. Higgins and Pickering make great progress with the girl, taking her to the horse races at Ascot and a grand embassy ball, passing her off as a high born lady. Nevertheless, they still treat Eliza as a mere experiment and not as a human being. When Eliza runs away, Higgins realizes that she is more than just an experiment…
Tickets available here
The ITG presents Dolly West’s Kitchen by Frank McGuinness.
Bronks Theatre,9-13 December 2014
Directed by Isabel Walsh
Following last year’s successful production of Jack & The Beanstalk, the ECC present their latest pantomime: Aladdin. This well-loved story will be told with energy, music and dance and promises to be fun for all the family.
Aladdin lives with his mum, Widow Twankey, who runs a laundry in Old Peking in the shadow of the Imperial Palace. Aladdin dreams of a better life when one day he meets the Emperor’s beautiful daughter, Princess Jasmine. The boy has to grow up fast when a mysterious uncle turns up asking for his help in obtaining a lamp from a magical cave. This episode sets off an exciting and hilarious chain of events that bring Aladdin love and riches beyond his wildest dreams.
Combining humour, songs and special effects, the show will delight young and old. It will feature the traditional pantomime classics, such as ‘he’s behind you!’ and ‘oh no it isn’t!’ and poke gentle fun at expat life.
The show runs from 9-11 January 2015 at the Auderghem Cultural Centre, Boulevard du Souverain 183, 1160 Brussels. Tickets (€16/€12) are available here.
44 Plays is a riotous romp through the entirety of US history. It was first performed in 2002‚ but has been updated to bring us all the way to Obama!
BronksTheatre: Abridged Henry VI (Parts 1, 2, 3) & Richard III by William Shakespeare.
Directed by Colma O’Luanaigh & Catriona White.