Oran Mor

A Play, a Pie and a Pint

“One of the most magical theatre initiatives of the last decade”
THE SCOTSMAN

Programme Announced

Friday, January 14, 2011

Spring 2011 Programme



WHAT’S NOT TO ENJOY?

The Herald 2010

Welcome to the 14th Season of A Play A Pie and A Pint at Oran Mor. We have 18 new plays for you of every variety: comedy, tragedy, history, musical, political and – yes- ecological! There is a mini season of contemporary theatre from Latin America and we are delighted to be joining forces with the National Theatre of Scotland to present these plays from Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela and Argentina in adaptations by some of Scotland’s finest young playwrights. For the first time we are co-producing two plays with Dundee Rep, which will play here and in their theatre. We continue our collaborations with the Traverse Theatre with five of the productions this season going on to Edinburgh.

We hope there is something in our season for everyone and no matter what your taste is you will enjoy the sheer variety of experiences on offer. If this is your first visit we bid you a very warm welcome and if you have been here before we are very happy to see you back here again. We love to hear what you think about the plays you see here and invite you to write reviews of them on our Critics Circle on www.playpiepint.com. The best review in under 100 words every week wins a bottle of malt Whisky. Cheers!

Jan 31st-Feb 5th

Bunnies by Kieran Lynn



Feb 7th-12th

The Company Will Overlook A Moment Of Madness by Rodolfo Santana Adapted by Morna Pearson



Feb 14th-19th

Instructions for a Butterfly Collector by Mariana Eva Perez & The Archivist by Hector Levy Adapted by Lewis Hetherington



Feb 21st-26th

Four Parts Broken by Fernanda Jaber Adapted by Abigail Docherty



Feb 28th-Mar 5th

A Dead Man’s Dying by Esteban Navajas Cortes Adapted by Davey Anderson



March 7th-12th

The Confidant by Gilberto Pinto Adapted by Alan Bissett



March 14th-19th

The Soap Hour by Marianella Yanes Adapted by Mike Gonzalez



March 21st-26th

One Night in Iran by Oliver Emanuel



March 28th-April 2nd

St Catherine’s Day by Michael Marra



April 4th-9th

What Love Is by Linda McLean



April 11th-16th

The Dacha by Helen Kluger



April 18th-23rd

The End of Hope, The End of Desire by David Ireland



April 25th-30th

Battle of the Bands by Martin McCardie



May 2nd-7th

Miracle by Nicola McCartney



May 9th14th

Thank God for John Muir by Andrew Dallmeyer



May 16th-21st

Top Table by Rob Drummond



May 23rd-28th

I Heart Maths by James Ley



May 30th-Jun 4th

Sins of the Fathers by Patrick Harkins

Latest comments

  1. thom cross said;

    19 January 2011, 2:05 pm

    Should there be a slip and you need one more play may I propse my adaption ‘I’m a dug’ from ‘the Manwho turned into a dog’ by Osvaldo Dragun

    tm cross

  2. Tom Brodie said;

    24 January 2011, 2:34 pm

    Please keep “I’m a dug” out.
    Tom Brodie

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