Oran Mor

A Play, a Pie and a Pint

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

Panto Reviews

Friday, December 4, 2009

Well the critics have seen the panto and their verdicts are in. Joyce MacMillan at the Scotsman thinks it is "hilarious, brilliant and rollicking" while Mary Brennan at the Herald calls our actors - Andy Gray, Juliet Cadzow, Keith Warwick and Dave Anderson -  "a panto dream team" If you've seen it please leave a comment on our website to let us know what you think.  If you have not seen it yet the panto runs until 19th December.

Latest comments

  1. Catriona Campbell said;

    04 December 2009, 6:25 pm

    Excellent entertainment, really appreciated the effort the cast put into the show.

  2. Robert Colquhoun said;

    05 December 2009, 1:26 pm

    This was our first ever visit. We thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. The panto was very funny and we laughed out loud many times.
    Even getting stuck in the lift afterwards didn’t lessen the enjoyment of the day.

  3. Chris said;

    06 December 2009, 2:09 pm

    Thanks Catriona and Robert for coming along to the show and glad you had fun!

    Sorry to hear about the lift incident Robert, I hope you weren’t stuck in there for too long!

  4. hilary smith said;

    09 December 2009, 8:11 pm

    Attended panto today- 1st time at Oran Mor and it was an extremely entertaining experience!I loved the humour typically Glaswegian and as an anglo-saxon even understood it!! I would have no hesitation in recommending the concept and am amazed having lived in Glasgow for 9yrs it must be the best kept secret ever!!! I will be back!

  5. Chris said;

    10 December 2009, 10:24 am

    Hi Hilary! Glad you had fun at the panto and i’m over the moon that you’ve finally found us after all these years! Incidentally (as a native of the Southern lands), if you’re keen on honing your skills for the local dialects of Scotland check out the wee video of Ian Black on our site here.

    Ian comes to every single one of our plays (and is often found in the bar area afterward), he wrote the book “Edinbuggers vs Weegies” so is somewhat an authority in Scottish slang – next time you’re down introduce yourself and i’m sure he’ll be more than happy to take you through any Glasgae words that you need clarification on!

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