Saturday Night Sunday Morning

By Katori Hall

Katori Hall

Ola Ince

The Linbury Studio Theatre

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Relaxed Performance Guide

Monday 8 April, 7:15pm
Tuesday 9 April, 7:15pm
Wednesday 10 April, 7:15pm*
Thursday 11 April, 2:15pm
Thursday 11 April, 7:15pm

The running time is 2 hours and 20 minutes including an interval.

*This will be a relaxed performance. Find out more.

About the Show

Set in the final days of the Second World War at Miss Mary’s Press and Curl beauty parlour and women’s boarding house in Memphis, Tennessee, Saturday Night Sunday Morning unites a group of young women whose lives have been affected by the loss of men to the war and the upheaval of social attitudes that followed.

When sisters Taffy and Mabel tire of Leanne’s ongoing depression over a lack of correspondence from her soldier sweetheart, Bobby, they persuade new lodger and aspiring writer, Gladys, to write to Leanne in Bobby’s hand.

As their lies spiral out of control, the girls and Miss Mary must learn to navigate the nuances of love, sexuality and sisterhood.

Produced by special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials supplied by WILLIAM MORRIS ENDEAVOR ENTERTAINMENT, LLC.

Ola Ince is a critically acclaimed and award-winning theatre, film, and opera director based in London. Her work focuses on power, race and injustice. 

She is the winner of the BBC Performing Arts Fellow Award (2015), Genesis Future Director Award (2016), h100 Theatre & Performance Award (2018), Elle list’s ‘50 Game Changers of Now’ (2019) and the Peter Hall Bursary Award (2020). 

Katori Hall is a Pulitzer Prize and Olivier Award-winning playwright and television creator/producer from Memphis, Tennessee. A two-time Tony Award nominee, she won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for her play, The Hot Wing King, which she directed for the first time at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre in early 2023. 

She is currently the showrunner and Executive Producer of the Starz drama series, P-Valley, which she adapted from her stage play Pussy Valley.

Carla trained in Nottingham, London and New York. Design credits include: The Book Of Will (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Octagon Theatre Bolton, Shakespeare North Playhouse); Julius Caesar (Guildhall); Footloose, Our House, A Change Of Seasons (Trinity Laban); Guy Fawkes (York Theatre Royal); Bystanders (Cardboard Citizens); Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Lunatic 19’s (Finborough Theatre); Lose Yourself (Sherman Theatre); Don Juan Comes Back From The War (RADA); Romeo & Juliet (Orange Tree); Wolves Are Coming For You (Pentabus/Everyman Theatre); Joy (Stratford East); Pride and Prejudice (Nottingham Playhouse and York Theatre Royal); Looking At Lucian (Theatre Royal Bath); Gabriel (Richmond Theatre and UK Tour); Ariodante (Royal Academy of Music); Heartbreak Hotel (The Jetty, Greenwich); As the Crow Flies (Pentabus & Salisbury Playhouse); Miss Nightingale (The Vaults); How To Date A Feminist, Kitchen to Measure (Arcola Theatre); Rise (Old Vic New Voices); Jack and the Beanstalk (Cast Theatre Doncaster); Miss Julie (Etcetera Theatre); Pig Farm (St. James); Truce (New Wimbledon Theatre); What Flows Past The Baltic (Nottingham Playhouse); Theatre Uncut (Traverse Theatre & UK Tour); Listen, We're Family (Wiltons Music Hall); Much and Me (Bush Theatre); I Am Your Neighbour (Oval House - site specific); A New Face For Fast Times (Soho Theatre); The Love Project (Arts Depot & UK Tour); Nola (Underbelly, Edinburgh); Step Live! (Royal Academy of Dance/Southwark Centre); Mr Happiness (Old Vic Tunnels); Bud Take The Wheel (Shaw Theatre & Underbelly, Edinburgh).

Contains references to war, death, race, sexuality and sex.

Creative Team

* LAMDA staff member or visiting artist

Ola Ince*

Carla Goodman*

Sound Designer / PSE
Isabel Buchanan 

Lighting Designer / Prod Lx
Avery Elliott*

Voice Director
Aundrea Fudge*

Intimacy Director
Raniah Al-Sayed*

Movement Director
Simone Mistry-Palmer*

Costume Supervisor
Caitlyn Keaney*

Wardrobe Assistant
Daniella BG*

Wigs Dresser
Leanne Dobson*

Cover Wigs Supervisor
Alice Hardy*

Assistant Director 
Robert Furey


Hilson Agbangbe

Miss Mary
Ryn Alleyne 

Krysstina Frempong

American Female Voiceovers 
Tamarra Graham

Amanda Ibadin

Kiara Kiandra

Crystal Marshall 

Tanaka Mpofu

Kyle Ndukuba

Vigs Otite 

American Male Voiceovers 
Gavin Rasmussen

Production Team

Stage Manager
Chloe 'Alex' Alexander

Deputy Stage Manager
Lucy Rees*

Production Manager
Elisabetta Perrotta