West Yorkshire Playhouse and Curve in association with Simon Friend and Gavin Kalin Productions present
Iconic characters from Charles Webb’s novel and the classic film are brought to life in this hilarious black comedy and moving coming-of-age story.
Benjamin returns from college to high expectations of a bright future in aspirational, middle-class America. The only trouble is, the thought of that future makes him sick to his stomach. When he meets another disillusioned soul in his parents’ best friend Mrs Robinson, their illicit relationship takes them on a thrillingly destructive course that threatens everyone’s future happiness.
Featuring a memorable soundtrack of sixties songs, don’t miss this stylish new production by acclaimed director Lucy Bailey.
This production has an age guidance of 14+ and contains some nudity.
£28.50* – £10*
£15* Under 16s £18 16 – 26 yrs £2.50 off for over 60s and registered unemployed £12 Under 18s school groups £4 off for Groups 10+ £5 off for Groups 20+ 15% off for Members 241 Tickets for Members on Wed 31 May
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*Plus a transaction fee of £3 for all card payments. Excludes Members, Groups 10+ and customers printing tickets at home. Discounts are subject to availability and are only available on certain performances.
Credits & Acknowledgments
Adapted by Terry Johnson
Based on the novel by Charles Webb and the motion picture screenplay by Calder Willingham & Buck Henry by special arrangement with Studio Canal.
Director Lucy Bailey Designed by Mike Britton
The Graduate is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD