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We are now in our 30th 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.


PPP Statistics – End of Spring/ Summer 2019

A Play, A Pie and A Pint30 Seasons510 plays
Classic Cuts8 Seasons32 plays
Mini Musicals3 seasons13 musicals
Panto13 Christmas Pantos9 Summer Pantos

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


Vlad the Impaler

By Richard Crane

Mon, 27 April, 2015 — Sat, 02 May, 2015

Featuring Jack Klaff, Anna-Maria Nabirye and Iain Robertson In association with Brighton Theatre and the Romanian Cultural Institute Music composed by Vlad Maistorovici “My stake thrusts its roots deep into the soul of this nation”. Vlad has had a mixed press throughout history. In the Ceausescu years, Dracula stories were banned & Vlad was celebrated […]

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No Nothing

By Alan Spence

Mon, 20 April, 2015 — Sat, 25 April, 2015

Featuring Steven Duffy and Kevin McMonagle Two iconic Glasgow figures – poet Edwin Morgan and trade union leader Jimmy Reid – died within days of each other in 2010. They are astonished to wake up in a strange afterlife-anteroom where they engage in a flying about life, the Universe and everything – from Glasgow to […]

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Whisky Galore / Uisge-Beatha Gu Leòr

By Iain Finlay MacLeod | Adapted By Iain Finlay MacLeod

Mon, 13 April, 2015 — Sat, 18 April, 2015

Featuring MJ Deans, Julie Hale, Roseanne Lynch, Calum MacDonald and Iain Macrae World War II and the island of Todday is suffering from a serious drought – a distinct lack of whisky. It casts a long shadow over the island and means that Sergeant Odd cannot marry his sweetheart Peggy. For as everyone knows, a rèiteach […]

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Broth

By Tim Primrose

Mon, 06 April, 2015 — Sat, 11 April, 2015

Featuring Ron Donachie, Vincent Friell, Kay Gallie, Molly Innes and Kirsty MacKay Edinburgh, Scotland, 2014 Mary is making stock again. Daughter Sheena is no help, as usual – she never could stand the smell of chicken on the boil. Granddaughter Ally was always much more use around the kitchen, but she seems more concerned about her Gran’s […]

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Fat Alice

By Alison Carr

Mon, 30 March, 2015 — Sat, 04 April, 2015

Featuring Richard Conlon and Meg Fraser “I’ve given you every little piece of me to keep you happy, fed you every last morsel to keep you interested.” Moira and Peter have been having an affair for a decade. He’d promised to finally tell his wife today, but then Peter promises a lot of things. Something’s […]

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Take the Rubbish Out, Sasha

By Natalia Vorozhbyt | Translated by Sasha Dugdale

Mon, 23 March, 2015 — Sat, 28 March, 2015

Featuring Paul Cunningham, Jenny Hulse and Jill Riddiford In a modest home on the outskirts of Kiev, Katya and Oksana are busy preparing a funeral meal for their beloved Sasha. A husband, a stepfather, an Army colonel. He was all these things until he dropped stone cold dead on the bathroom floor. But Sasha isn’t […]

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The Day the Pope Emptied Croy

By Martin McCormick

Mon, 16 March, 2015 — Sat, 21 March, 2015

Featuring Sean Purden Brown, Nathan Byrne, and Keiran Gallacher There aren’t too many places in Scotland where you are the only ‘Prod’ in town. But Ranald is; and he’s the only one in Croy. Literally. Everyone has gone to see the Pope. Except Barr, he’s there too. Although, he doesn’t know where he is, he […]

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Leviathan

By Matthew Trevannion

Mon, 09 March, 2015 — Sat, 14 March, 2015

Featuring Claire Cage, Siw Hughes and Gwawr Loader “Will you look at the day? Beautiful, ah? Summer throws you one of these just before it all goes west.” As three generations of the same family soak up the last of the sun’s rays in their back garden, beers in hand, the underlying tensions between the […]

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Lifesaving

By Rob Drummond

Mon, 02 March, 2015 — Sat, 07 March, 2015

Featuring Daniel Cameron, Lynn Kennedy and Ross Mann Sandra and Jamie have run away from home. You see, Jamie has done something, something bad, and Sandra has vowed to look after her near mute, CPR obsessed little-big brother until their friend Andy comes to save them. But when help finally arrives at their countryside hideout […]

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Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon

By Paddy Cunneen

Mon, 23 February, 2015 — Sat, 28 February, 2015

Featuring Tomoko Komura and Billy Mack This play will also run at the Ayr Gaiety from the 3rd – 5th of March A writer with a limited understanding of Japanese culture goes on a foolhardy journey to Kyoto to study Japanese Noh theatre. During his numerous adventures, misadventures, and cultural faux pas, he meets a woman […]

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Netting

By Morna Young

Mon, 16 February, 2015 — Sat, 21 February, 2015

Featuring Carol Ann Crawford, Joyce Falconer and Sarah McCardie A father and his two sons are lost at sea. Keep busy, eh? Hope we’ll get a body, mebbe. The widden spoon. A knock on the door wi a wooden spoon. Three women adapt to their lives as widows. Kitty can’t stop knitting. Alison needs looking […]

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We Can All Agree to Pretend This Never Happened (350th play)

By Emma Goidel

Mon, 09 February, 2015 — Sat, 14 February, 2015

Featuring Robbie Jack, Helen McAlpine, Sally Reid and James Young When two gungho researchers decide to fake results in their Siberian lab, a series of misunderstandings take over the lives of the whole research team. A hilarious play about scientists with a serious mission. Emma Goidel is a Playwrights Realm Writing Fellow, a Core Playwright at InterAct […]

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Hooray for All Kinds of Things

By Sandy Nelson

Mon, 02 February, 2015 — Sat, 07 February, 2015

Featuring Rebecca Elise, Jamie Scott Gordon and Sandy Nelson By early 2008 Iceland had grown so rich its assets were nine times greater than its entire economic output. But by October of that same year no Western country had crashed in peacetime as quickly and as badly. The people of Iceland were afraid. They needed […]

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Butterfly

By Anne Hogg

Mon, 26 January, 2015 — Sat, 31 January, 2015

Featuring River City stars Paul James Corrigan and Frank Gallagher   It’s March 1987 and Jamie Cassidy is facing redundancy. This, in an area already ravaged by factory closures, is bad enough but making a life shattering discovery has driven him to despair. In an attempt to get away from everything to consider his future […]

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