Travels With My Aunt

Adapted by Giles Havergal from the novel by Graham Greene

This Olivier award winning play, adapted by Giles Havergal, takes us back to 1969 to follow the whirlwind of adventures of retired bank manager Henry Pulling when his long-lost, septuagenarian aunt persuades him to accompany her on her travels. Through encounters with hippies, war criminals and CIA men, smoking pot, fortune telling and smuggling, the play explored themes of truth and morality, the pursuit of happiness and its consequences and the struggle to delay death.

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