One of stage and screen's best-loved leading ladies is turning 100 years old.
Eliza Doolittle was famously played by Audrey Hepburn in the 1964 musical film My Fair Lady but the character was created by Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw, for his play 'Pygmalion'.
They play was first performed in London in April 1914.
To mark the occasion actors will do readings of the script at Shaw's former home near Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire.
Shaw was born in Ireland, and moved to Hertfordshire in 1906. Before he died, aged 94, he passed his house to the National Trust.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Olivia Paterson
For many Saturday teatimes on ITV during the late 1970's and early 80's meant just one thing.
'World of Sport' was over and everyone was settling down to watch the Cunningham family get to grips with a slick haired biker called the Fonz in an American cafe called Arnold's Diner.
It was Happy Days and it's now been made into a musical starring Eurovision icon Cheryl Baker, former Emmerdale star Ben Freeman and popstar Heidi Range.
They're appearing on stage in Norwich, Southend, Cambridge and Milton Keynes.
The stars of the show dropped into the ITV News Anglia studio for a chat
The hit US show 'Happy Days' which was screened on ITV in the 1970s and 1980s has been turned into a stage musical.
Starring popstar Heidi Range as Pinky Tuscadero, Cheryl Baker as Mrs Cunningham and Ben Freeman as the Fonz, the show is currently touring the UK.
These are the dates in the Anglia region:
Norwich Theatre Royal - 10-15 March
Southend Cliffs Pavillion - 17-22 March
Cambridge Corn Exchange - 7-12 April
Milton Keynes Theatre - 16-21 June