Oran Mor

A Play, a Pie and a Pint

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

[ neh - see -ens ] written by Gabriel Robertson

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Missing A Play A Pie and A Pint? Not to worry... We have an evening theatre show on here at Oran Mor on September 2nd.

[ neh - see -ens ] written by Gabriel Robertson

Wanton killing of innocent civilians is terrorism, not a war against terrorism. When a terrorist attack rocks Glasgow's bohemian West End, the impulses of two men take over.



Friday 2nd September

Doors 7pm, Show Starts 7:30pm

Tickets £7 from Ticketweb at this link

or from the main bar at Oran Mor.

Latest comments

  1. Gary Chesire said;

    06 September 2011, 3:27 pm

    I popped along on impulse to see this, without knowing much about it. I frequently visit Oran Mor for their play, pie and pint plays, so I thought at worst, it’s be ok.

    To say I was pleasantly surprised is an understatement.

    The play was totally different from what I was expecting, with a strange take on the usual 3 act structure. Light shows, sound only portions and only a second act that consisted of actors was as fresh as it was intelligent.

    Not knowing any of the names involved turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Paul Cassidy as John was great, Scott Campbell as Mark was mesmorizing and the script was multilayered with tension, drama and at times outright hilarity. The direction of the play was sleek and composed; why have I not heard of this guy?

    I will eagerly look out for anything involving the guys from now on and highly recommend you do the same!

    5 stars!

    Gary

  2. Lyndsay McKenzie said;

    07 September 2011, 1:07 pm

    Agreed. Didn’t know much about the play, but had seen one of the actors before. Still though, what a fantastic play. My only criticism; it was too short!

  3. Stephen Graham said;

    07 September 2011, 1:09 pm

    Really enjoyed it. Highly recommend if it comes back.

  4. Louise Smith said;

    07 September 2011, 3:59 pm

    I also saw this play on Friday. I really enjoyed the show however I felt that it could have done with another weeks rehearsal. The performances were fine, however one of the cast looked a bit lost at times. Sitting at the back I wasn’t able to hear a lot of the dialogue, and at times I could only hear Scott Cadenhead who seemed to be the only one able to use his voice and project. and for me he stole the show with wonderful comedic moments. I hope this show gets another chance and that we get to see this play again. Can’t wait to see the season of plays at Play, Pie and a Pint, I wish they’d put some of those plays on at night.

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