Oran Mor

A Play, a Pie and a Pint

“arguably the best-value cultural event in the country”
THE SUNDAY TIMES

Cold Turkey at Nana’s

Nana’s on a covert operation and she won’t stop until her mission is accomplished. She’ll sort Tony out if it’s the last thing she does. Desperate situations call for desperate measures.

Cold Turkey at Nana’s is a wry, funny and sharp play about addiction, grandmas and custard slices: think Trainspotting meets The Steamie!

Latest comments

  1. vera davis said;

    04 April 2012, 8:00 pm

    My first time at pie play pint. saw cold turkey at nana’s. Couldn’t have chosen a better play to start with. Humourous also sad at times. Brought my niece who was on holiday from New York with her daughter & the 3 generations enjoyed the same humour and wonderful acting. Thank you

  2. Marie Melly said;

    05 April 2012, 5:49 pm

    Excellent play so enjoyable. Humour and a clear and present message how life has changed for Nanas. The love is still there. It’s a must see play. Congratulations to all.

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