Guildhall’s Autumn drama programme concludes with Eduardo de Filippo’s Saturday, Sunday, Monday

SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY CONCLUDES THE AUTUMN DRAMA PROGRAMME AT GUILDHALL

The mother and father quarrel and the family is in turmoil, but unknowingly, the young daughter seems to have the key to peace and harmony

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The Autumn drama programme concludes with Eduardo de Filippo’s Saturday, Sunday, Monday adapted by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, from Friday 30th November until 5th December. Directed by Joseph Blatchely and designed by Dora Schweitzer the funny, fast-paced production follows an extended Italian family and friends as they gather for a traditional Sunday ragù. The mother and father quarrel and the family is in turmoil, but unknowingly, the young daughter seems to have the key to peace and harmony.

Cast for Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Nick Apostolina (Federico); Declan Baxter (Catiello); Chloe Grace Caemmerer (Elena); Emma Canning (Aunt Meme); Harvey Cole (Dr Cefercola); Elena Faverio (Rosa); Lydia Fleming (Aunt Rafaela); Dominic Gilday (Roberto); Dan Hazel (Antonio); Oli Higginson (Michele); Uri Levy (Luigi Ianiello); Wyatt Jackson Martin (Peppino); Matthew Nikitow (Rocco); Naomi Preston-Low (Virginia); Julia Randall (Giulianella); Erica Nicole Rothman (Maria); Kristina Tonteri-Young (Attilio)

About Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Guildhall School is a vibrant, international community of young musicians, actors and production artists in the heart of the City of London. Rated Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework and ranked as the UK’s top conservatoire in the Guardian University Guide 2019 for Music, the School is a global leader of creative and professional practice which promotes innovation, experiment and research, with over 1,000 students in higher education, drawn from nearly 60 countries around the world. The School is also the UK’s leading provider of specialist music training at the under-18 level with nearly 2,500 students in Junior Guildhall and the Centre for Young Musicians.

Guildhall School’s Acting programmes are highly regarded in the profession for the passion, quality and rigour of the teaching, and are also renowned for the integration of craft training, the care and attention given to individual student development and the strong ensemble ethic shared by both staff and students. Guildhall School offers state-of-the-art facilities to match the talent within its walls, including three theatres and a world-class concert hall at Milton Court, and has a distinguished list of acting graduates, including Daniel Craig, Michelle Dockery, Lennie James, Lily James, Damian Lewis, Ewan McGregor, Nikesh Patel, Dominic West and Jodie Whittaker. www.gsmd.ac.uk/acting