A PLAY, A PIE AND A PINT PERFORMANCES POSTPONED
We regret to inform you that all performances of A Play, A Pie and A Pint have been postponed for the foreseeable future, with immediate effect.
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Opening Monday 10th February, A Play, A Pie and A Pint ushers in the new decade with 20 new plays in its Spring season 2020.
Serving up a dazzling array of comedy, drama, music and more, the Spring season will take you trekking through the Spanish Pyrenees, twirling around a ballroom, smuggling corpses in a theme park and soaring with sexagenarian super heroes, as well as exploring current issues such as fake news and animal rights activism.
The Spring season will uncover the stories of real life people, such as Scottish footballer, Rose Reilly MBE, Frankie Vaughan’s visit to Easterhouse in the 1960s and the unlikely friendship between daughter of Lord Byron, Ada Lovelace and Fife-born Mary Somerville in the 1830s.
Plus a special revival of The Beaches of St Valery by Stuart Hepburn will mark 80 years since the Battle of Dunkirk.
The plays will be served up for your entertainment from Monday 10th February, with a pie and a pint included of course!
Mon, 06 April, 2020 — Sat, 11 April, 2020
Italy, 1984. Scotland’s Rose Reilly scores for Italy, helping them win the women’s World Cup. Earlier, in Scotland, Rose is expelled from school, sacked from her job, handed a lifetime ban by the Scottish Football Association. The incredible true story of a girl from Ayrshire who refused to play by society’s discriminatory rules. Presented in […]Tickets & More Info
Mon, 13 April, 2020 — Sat, 18 April, 2020
During a live broadcast, a studio audience gets more than it bargains for when the truth behind a best-selling author’s success is exposed. A darkly comic drama exploring the impact of fake news both in the past and in the present. Presented in Association with Traverse Theatre.Tickets & More Info
Mon, 20 April, 2020 — Sat, 25 April, 2020
When Iona, a theme park attendant makes a grim discovery at her workplace, her manager Frank presents her with an impossible choice. One thing is for sure, it’s not all fun at the fair and this certainly isn’t going to look good on her performance review. Presented in Association with Traverse Theatre.Tickets & More Info
Mon, 27 April, 2020 — Sat, 02 May, 2020
1833. Mary Somerville is a self-educated, married women from Fife. Ada Lovelace is the wild 17-year-old daughter of Lord Byron. Both are among the most respected thinkers of their day. When a brutal accusation causes Mary to doubt her entire life’s work, the two great minds must come together. Presented in Association with Traverse Theatre.Tickets & More Info
Mon, 04 May, 2020 — Sat, 09 May, 2020
Do you know how many lives we saved? And what do we get? A bloody state pension. Strongman and Lady X were our seventies superheroes. They saved countless lives and ended disasters before we even knew about them. Then came the pains of old age… The world has forgotten that Dave and Xenia were once […]Tickets & More Info
Mon, 11 May, 2020 — Sat, 16 May, 2020
A right wing politician and a left wing activist meet in a court mandated restorative justice session after the later throws a milkshake at the former. When the moderator doesn’t show they take it upon themselves to conduct the session without supervision. How difficult can it be? After all, it was only a milkshake. It’s […]Tickets & More Info
Mon, 18 May, 2020 — Sat, 23 May, 2020
Frankie Vaughan visited Easterhouse in the late 1960’s and mediated between police and gang leaders to bring about a knife amnesty that set into motion a process of change for the beleaguered housing estate. Mr Moonlight is how Frankie’s life-long affinity for Glasgow and its people might have come about.Tickets & More Info
Mon, 25 May, 2020 — Sat, 30 May, 2020
Robbie and Jess are living the life. He’s a successful investment banker and she is on her way to being a headteacher. Until, totally out of the blue, Jess discovers she is pregnant. They’ll be fine. It’s just a baby. I mean…how disruptive to their metropolitan, 21st century lives can that be? They. Have. No. […]Tickets & More Info