An unusual take on civil rights issues, that was a hit in the 80s, comes to the Arts Theatre
Turned into an Oscar-winning film in the 1980s, Driving Miss Daisy is an unusual, winning take on civil unrest, and you can catch the stage version at the Arts Theatre from 6 to 11 November.
Starring Dame Siân Phillips and Derek Griffiths, their characters meet after elderly widow Daisy Werthan crashes her car in 1948, leading her son to hire chauffeur African-American Hoke Colburn.
After a rocky start, their conversations over a 25-year backdrop of prejudice and inequality turn into a profound, life-altering friendship in this acclaimed comedy-drama. Tickets start from £19.