Oran Mor

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“The success of MacLennan's formula has been stunning”

The Brothers’ Keeper

Anyone who loves language will love this new work from Peter McDougall. As much poet as playwright, this new work shows this extraordinary writer at the height of his powers. Following on his wonderful Trilogy of plays about family written for Oran Mor this new work is a sometimes painful, sometimes poignant but always loving examination of relationships told with all McDougall’s wit, warmth and insight.



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  1. Thomas Flanagan said;

    08 June 2012, 12:59 pm

    I attended the showing of the play yesterday, it was my first visit to the venue, it certainly wont be my last.The venue itself was first class, the intimacy of the auditorium enhanced what was an excellent pruduction. All four cast members were terrific, Dave Anderson whom stood in at short notice and performed with script in hand was superb, his improvisation and ad-libs were a joy watch. The play was poignant and everyone in our party of four could relate to the characters and their positions within a family structure. This was a wonderfull experience and one which I hope to repeat many times.

  2. Scott MacBain said;

    10 June 2012, 10:25 am

    I don’t often get to see my uncle perform but always love it when I get the chance. I thought this play was my favourite of all I’ve seen him involved in. It was a rollercoaster of emotions from the outset, touching on very serious personal situations before making you laugh till your face hurt! “I think I must be allergic to leather, everytime I wake up with my shoes on I’ve got a splitting headache!” Well done to all involved was a class act from start to finnish.

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