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.
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