Fri 07 Jun - Sat 29 Jun
Time: 7.30pm, matinees 2pm Thursday & 2.30pm Saturday
Venue: Main House
Ticket Information: From £15
Producer: York Theatre Royal
Writer: Alfred Uhry
Directed by: Suzann McLean
Presented by arrangement with: Josef Weinberger Plays Limited
An acclaimed comedy-drama set against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and the American Civil Rights movement.
Set in Atlanta, Georgia, the story begins when proud Daisy Werthan crashes her car and her son hires African-American driver Hoke Colburn. Daisy and Hoke's relationship gets off to a rocky start but, as times change over two decades, a profound friendship blossoms between them.
Made famous by the 1989 Academy Award-winning film starring Morgan Freeman, this Pulitzer Award-winning play by Alfred Uhry is an iconic and heart-warming tale of pride, friendship and a changing American society which has touched the hearts of millions on stage and screen.
Don't miss the post show discussion on Tuesday 18 June with the cast and creative team.
Audio Described: Thursday 27 June, 7.30pm & Saturday 29 June, 2.30pm
BSL: Friday 21 June, 7.30pm
Captioned: Saturday 29 June, 2.30pm
Relaxed Performance: Thursday 27 June, 2pm