We are a small team at A Play, A Pie and A Pint, but it is with thanks to Colin Beattie, Sandy Gourlay and all of the staff at Òran Mór, without whom A Play, A Pie and A Pint couldn’t happen.
From Creon and Jamie – Venue Managers, PK the Tech Manager, Lauren and the brilliant Bar Staff, the chefs, Fraser on Box Office, Diane working front of house and Andy, Ronnie and the Maintenance team. These are the people who help every day to make what we do possible.
Sarah studied English Literature and Film & TV Studies at the University of Glasgow and has been involved in theatre and dance from a young age. Whilst at University, Sarah worked in various roles at Òran Mór including Bar Supervisor, Admin Assistant and Event Co-ordinator. Sarah started with A Play, A Pie and A Pint in 2010 as Assistant Producer and since has worked on over 250 productions, collaborating with many of Scotland’s leading arts organisations and venues, and worked with hundreds of writers, directors and creatives. Sarah has lead on casting on over 150 productions at PPP. Sarah took on the role of Producer at PPP in 2017.
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Isabella came on board as assistant producer in August 2017, after graduating from King’s College London where she read music. Isabella has been working in theatre, in both Glasgow and London, since she was sixteen, and she is delighted to be part of the A Play, a Pie and a Pint team. In her spare time, Isabella is usually watching plays or attempting to write them.
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Sooz Scott Glen is a freelance production stage manager whose CV stretches from Asia to Ardross, from serious plays in London’s West End to street theatre in Singapore. Sooz has been told she’s a people person, whatever that is. She is both practical and creative; handy with a drill, sewing machine, paintbrush, typewriter, roll of gaffa tape and a cast of actors. .. sometimes all at the same time.
Gemma first studied Fine Art at Grays school of Art in Aberdeen. Seven years later after six years of working in education & youth work she went onto study Set & Costume design at the former RSAMD. She graduated in 2010 and went straight into two seasons of work as a Scenic Artist at Pitlochry Festival theatre as well as designing a show for RSAMD. She has worked for many Scottish theatre companies as a Scenic Artist but it is Design she would like to focus on. In 2014 she was offered a job with Cumbernauld Theatre where she assisted in designing three shows before Co-designing their Panto. She was delighted to join the A Play, A Pie & A Pint team in March 2015.
Tina has had over 30 years experience in theatre working with various companies, including Wildcat Stage Productions and Sounds Of Progress.
For A Play, A Pie and A Pint on a weekly basis she meets new Writers, Directors and Actors collating information for the payroll, collecting their biogs and credits for the programme and reimbursing travel expenses from petty cash. Videoing every show for PPP records and giving a copy to every new company.
Tue 5th June 2018
Our wonderful producer Sarah is running her first ever 10k this weekend in memory of David MacLennan, founder of PPP, and inspiration to so many. David passed a
Fri 1st June 2018
Back by phenomenal demand! For one week only the hit show The Greatest returns to Òran Mór. If you missed it first time round come along and hear the tale abo
Mon 7th May 2018
We are delighted to announce that this year’s Òran Mór Lunchtime Summer Panto is Pure Freezin’ by Andy McGregor. Widow Swanky has never bee