Oran Mor

A Play, a Pie and a Pint

“What’s not to enjoy?”

You Cannot Go Forward From Where You Are Right Now

He’s not living in the world anymore. He has his wires coming out of both ears, and blackberry glued to one hand, updating this, and sending this to this, but what’s he sharing – nothing, he’s passing on nothing to nothing.

Lunch time. A city in the rain. You’ve driven three hundred miles. You buy a drink. You walk down the stairs into a basement, where a performance is about to begin.

A play about talking and technology, and drinking at lunch time.

Featuring Rebecca Elise, Sandy Neilson and Rachel Ogilvy.

A Paines Plough and Òran Mór production. Tour dates:

Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, 18 – 22 October

Manchester Royal Exchange, 24 – 28 October

Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, 1 – 4 November


Latest comments

  1. lesley paterson said;

    13 October 2011, 12:26 am

    Well acted. It was one of those plays one did not quite get into at the time, but when thought about later the stories told all came together.The father and daughter scenes were all too familiar. Phone technology has skipped ganerations! The radio presenters and public phone-ins were so real but not willing to hear peoples real problems. The man with dodgy sat nav to the pub was so let down by police and ambulance communications when he had his accident. The dog survived! Love to see it again. Man with dog directed by sat nav? to pub. We hear radio communication with police accident and ambulance to save drink related accident victim.Dog has survived.

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