Archived Shows

We are now in our 25th Season of A Play, A Pie and A Pint. Check out previous shows from this season below. Images from previous seasons can be viewed in the Gallery. If you would like any further information about past shows then contact us at playpiepint@oran-mor.co.uk

 

PPP Statistics – End of 2016

A Play, A Pie and A Pint 25 Seasons 416 plays
Classic Cuts 8 Seasons 32 plays
Panto 11 Christmas Pantos 6 Summer Pantos

 

 

Click here to view a PDF list of archived plays from 2004 – 2015.




DUSTY WON’T PLAY 

Mon, 06 February, 2017 — Sat, 11 February, 2017

This production is dedicated to Annie Caulfield  1959 – 2016 Cast: Simon Donaldson, Kevin Lennon and Frances Thorburn.  It’s 1964 and Dusty Springfield is at the height of her fame, scoring hits in the UK, US and around the world. On a tour of South Africa she refuses to play to segregated audiences and finds […]

Spring Season Announced

Sat, 24 December, 2016 — Sun, 05 February, 2017

A Play, A Pie and A Pint will return with the Spring 2017 Season on Monday 6th February. Check out the WHAT’S ON page for more information… We are delighted to bring you another exciting programme of plays from a fantastic line up of new and established writers. This season our writers have explored such […]

Christmas Panto 2016: The Princess and the Pie

Mon, 28 November, 2016 — Fri, 23 December, 2016

ALL TICKETS FOR THIS YEAR’S PANTO ARE NOW SOLD OUT Starring George Drennan, Steven McNicoll, Frances Thorburn and Clare Waugh. When Queen Jockina McTatty of Scone emerges from obscurity to find a bride for her son and heir, Prince Angus, the whole of Weegie Land is thrown into a frenzy. Only a real Princess will […]

MOVING PICTURES

Mon, 21 November, 2016 — Sat, 26 November, 2016

Produced in Association with Aberdeen Performing Arts. Featuring Matt Costello, Anne Kidd and Billy McBain. Zulu, Where Eagles Dare, The Alamo, Spartacus. Can trips to the local picture house fifty years ago still be having an influence today? When charged with the task of emptying all the ‘rubbish’ from a dilapidated cinema projection room, a […]

ON THE SIDELINES

Mon, 14 November, 2016 — Sat, 19 November, 2016

Featuring Iain Robertson  On the Sidelines by Willie McIlvanney appeared in the very first season of A Play, A Pie and A Pint back in Autumn 2004. As a tribute to Willie, who died last year, we are reviving this gem of a play – After 16 years of marriage John Mitchell finds himself living alone […]

HAMELDAEME

Mon, 07 November, 2016 — Sat, 12 November, 2016

Featuring Nicola Auld, Jennifer Hainey and Barbara Rafferty. ‘Three women, a coffin and a very long night’ The night before Bobby’s funeral. The Wake is over, the mourners have left. A time for calmness, reflection, prayer. …Not a chance. Newly widowed Kitty is united; or reunited, with her daughters around the coffin. Staying true to her […]

SNOUT

Mon, 31 October, 2016 — Sat, 05 November, 2016

Produced in association with the Sherman Theatre. Featuring Claire Cage, Michele Gallagher and Sally Reid. Pigs Viv, Coco and Lacey are on their way to the slaughterhouse. Time is running out, the heat is unbearable and they’re desperate to escape. But is it too late? And can they escape the van, the purpose that they’ve been […]

DR JOHNSON GOES TO SCOTLAND

Mon, 24 October, 2016 — Sat, 29 October, 2016

Presented in association with the Traverse Theatre. Featuring Simon Donaldson, Lewis Howden, Gerda Stevenson and Morna Young. And Ciaran Alexander Stewart. A new take on the famous Journey to the Western Isles of 1773 in which Samuel “Dictionary” Johnson travels north to explore three new languages (Scots, Gaelic and an early form of British Sign Language) […]

ONE THINKS OF IT ALL AS A DREAM

Mon, 17 October, 2016 — Sat, 22 October, 2016

A Co-Production with Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, presented in association with Traverse Theatre and Aberdeen Performing Arts. Featuring Euan Cuthbertson, David James Kirkwood, Ewan Petrie and Andrew John Tait. ‘I’m simply asking, Mr Waters, how do you know it’s Syd who has the problem?’ London, 1967. Pink Floyd have just released their […]

WALKING ON WALLS

Mon, 10 October, 2016 — Sat, 15 October, 2016

Presented in association with the Traverse Theatre. Featuring Andy Clark and Helen MacKay. When Claire was little she’d pretend she was Superman, flying through the air as she leapt from one wall to another.  Now she’s an adult she hates her dull office job.  She also hates the litter, the graffiti and the drugs on the […]

MISCHIEF

Mon, 03 October, 2016 — Sat, 08 October, 2016

Presented in association with the Traverse Theatre. Featuring Alison McFarlane, David Rankine and Elspeth Turner. Ronnat and Brigid live alone on a tiny island where they trade with the monastery across the water. The delicate equilibrium of their lives is threatened when a man washes up on the beach seeking work and shelter. Set on Eilean […]

BREAKING THE ICE

Mon, 26 September, 2016 — Sat, 01 October, 2016

Featuring Jimmy Chisholm, Steven McNicoll  and Nicola Roy. Presented in association with Eleven and the Traverse Theatre. The Arctic is in danger and the only thing that can save it is bureaucracy. Frank Montgomery is the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Chief Scientific Advisor to the Arctic Council. He’s in Barrow, Alaska, at the biannual meeting of […]

MISS VEITCH’S ROSES

Mon, 19 September, 2016 — Sat, 24 September, 2016

Featuring Paul James Corrigan,  Angela Darcy and Jenny Lee. Produced in association with Aberdeen Performing Arts. At nearly 90 years of age, Miss Veitch’s mind is still sharp but she is confined to bed and entirely dependent on her day time carer. When increasing ill health sees a new carer brought in to look after […]

THE LETTER

Mon, 12 September, 2016 — Sat, 17 September, 2016

Featuring David McKay, Billy Riddoch and Laurie Ventry.  Adapted by Stuart Paterson from the delightfully wise and funny short story by Anton Chekhov. Archdeacon Orlov is exhausted after his Easter sermons, Father Andrey is desperate to save his reprobate son, and Father Anastasy is dying for a glass of vodka, but if the Archdeacon’s magnificent letter to the […]