Oran Mor

A Play, a Pie and a Pint

“For producer David MacLennan and his team it’s been a stunning achievement”
THE SCOTSMAN

The Great Glasgow Pie Hunt & Quiz

Monday, March 15, 2010

Two competitions. Two ways to win.

Pie Quiz

Test your knowledge of all things 'pie' to win 2 tickets to one of our plays this season. Entry is through our website and the first question will appear on Friday 19th March.  A new question will then be posted daily until Saturday 27th March and we will pick a daily winner,  chosen at random from all the correct entries received that day.  So you will have loads of chances to win those tickets. The competition is free to enter but you can only enter once per day per email address. We ask you to provide an email address when you enter so that we can contact you if you are the winner. We will not use this email address for any other reason. Winners will be announced on our website.

Great Glasgow Pie Hunt

Also launching on Friday 19th March is the Great Glasgow Pie Hunt. Every day for nine days we will post a clue on our website to help you find our special pie, to be hidden somewhere in Glasgow.  By the final clue on Saturday 27th March, you should be able to find the pie.The first person to text or call our competition pie-line 07799346428 with the exact location will be crowned our super sleuth and win 2 season tickets for our Autumn season plus a £50 voucher to spend on food and/or drink in Oran Mor.

Latest comments

  1. A said;

    19 March 2010, 9:04 pm

    Keep doing it . Great !

  2. Ian McL said;

    24 March 2010, 10:26 pm

    Should the answer be in the clues list?

  3. admin said;

    24 March 2010, 10:33 pm

    Hi Ian. Yes we’re giving the answer to each cryptic clue the next day, wouldn’t want to exclude anyone who gets stuck from joining in the treasure hunt fun on Sun!

    How are you getting on? Do you think you know where it is yet…?

  4. MichaelM said;

    25 March 2010, 3:49 pm

    You mean it isn’t hidden yet? So if I went down to a certain muddy road tonight it wouldn’t be round about there? :)

  5. admin said;

    27 March 2010, 1:09 am

    Hi Michael. Yes we’re not putting the pie in place until first thing Sunday morning, so if you happen to be found wandering down a muddy road this evening (causing a disturbance?) the pie-hunt alibi isn’t going to stand up in court for you I’m afraid!

    Good luck finding it on Sunday!

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