Mini ‘Virtual’ Season: From The Archives

There may be no Pies and no Pints, but we’re excited to announce there will be Plays!

Òran Mór‘s A Play, A Pie and A Pint will stream a mini season of plays from our archives over the next few weeks.

Actors, writers, composers, directors and film makers have kindly given their permission for us to show their work for PPP online.

We kick off on Wednesday 6th May with Sunset Boulevard: The Lunchtime Cut by Morag Fullarton.

We look forward to a time when we can all get together again to laugh, cry, create and debate… in the meantime we hope you’ll enjoy the plays. So dim the lights, heat a pie, pour a glass… and remember to switch your phone off!

The following plays will be streamed on our YouTube channel, and will be available to view for 5 days (from 1pm Wed – Sun).

We’ll premiere each play at 1pm on Wednesdays but you can of course watch at any time of day, over the 5 days, at your leisure! (Each play will then expire at 2pm the following Sunday).

All we ask in return is a donation to NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde:


Wednesday 20th May 2020 – Sunday 24th May 2020

Featuring Darren Brownlie, Richard Conlon and Dawn Sievewright

Directed by Andy McGregor

When David MacGonigle’s wife dies, his perfect middle-class life collapses around him. But a freak occurrence, involving mouldy chips and Iron Brew, leads to his discovery of a new designer drug, Spuds. Soon he has built the ultimate criminal empire, but at what cost? A new musical comedy about grief, greed and grease.

Evening Times
Creative Scotland
Oran Mor