What's On

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Welcome to our 22nd season of A Play, A Pie and A Pint at Òran Mór! We want to thank all of our audience for enthusiastically continuing to support A Play, A Pie and A Pint in ever increasing numbers making our last season the busiest to date!

We return with 19 new plays for you in our Spring season including new drama from Russia and Ukraine reflecting current events in both of those countries. We will also celebrate our 350th play by premiering the first American play to come from our sister company in Philadelphia.

Other plays in the season include a new Gaelic version of Whisky Galore with the National Theatre of Scotland and the second David MacLennan award for new playwrights. We are also continuing to work with other venues such as the Sherman Cymru in Cardiff, the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, Aberdeen Performing Arts and the Ayr Gaiety Theatre to send plays out across Scotland and to the rest of the UK.

In order to match increasing costs we have reluctantly had to increase our ticket prices very slightly for the first time in ten years but we are confident that we will continue to provide excellent value for money. We hope there is something in our season for everyone and look forward to welcoming regular customers and first timers alike to Glasgow’s friendliest, liveliest venue.

Spring / Summer 2015 Programme

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Jan 26th – 31st
By Anne Hogg

Feb 2nd – 7th
Hooray for All Kinds of Things
By Sandy Nelson

Feb 9th – 14th
We Can All Agree to Pretend This Never Happened
By Emma Goidel

Feb 16th – 21st
By Morna Young

Feb 23rd – 28th
Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon
By Paddy Cunneen

Mar 2nd – 7th
By Rob Drummond

Mar 9th – 14th
By Matthew Trevannion

Mar 16th – 21st
The Day the Pope Emptied Croy
By Martin McCormick

Mar 23rd – 28th
Take the Rubbish Out, Sasha
By Natalia Vorozhbyt
Translated by Sasha Dugdale

Mar 30th – Apr 4th
Fat Alice
By Alison Carr

Apr 6th – 11th
By Tim Primrose

Apr 13th – 18th
Whisky Galore/Uisge-Beatha Gu Leòr
Adapted by Iain Finlay MacLeod

Apr 20th – 25th
No Nothing
By Alan Spence

Apr 27th – 2nd May
Vlad the Impaler
By Richard Crane

May 4th – 9th
The War Hasn’t Started Yet
By Mikhail Durnenkov
Adapted by Davey Anderson

May 11th – 16th
Tommy’s Song
By Lou Prendergast

May 18th – 23rd
The Head in the Jar
By Deb Jones

May 25th – 30th
Thoughts Spoken Aloud From Above
By Yuri Klavdiev
Adapted by Peter Arnott

June 1st – 6th
Sunset Boulevard: The Lunchtime Cut
By Morag Fullarton

Evening Times
Creative Scotland
Craig & Rose