Mon, 14 August, 2023 — Sun, 27 August, 2023
Directed by Jemima Levick | Cast - Richard Conlon, Tyler Collins, Lauren Ellis-Steele, Grant McIntyre, Sebastian Lim-Seet, Star Penders, Yana Harris, Mackenzie Wilcox
The musical history lesson that no one asked for but everyone needs is coming to Ghillie Dhu this August!
A Play, A Pie and A Pint shares the true(ish) story of our nation: its past, present and future, its triumphs and failures, all told by a figure who has seen it all… Scotland’s greatest invention and storyteller, The Toilet!
From award-winning duo Noisemaker, SCOTS is an irreverent and rousing musical journey through the history of Scotland, that replays some of our nation’s most iconic (and forgotten) stories to answer the fundamental question: What makes a country?
All tickets include a pie and a pint!
Doors open 12.15pm and we recommend coming early so can grab the best seat and have time to enjoy your food and drink before the show starts.
Please note a vegan sausage roll and other drink options will be available. If you have any dietary requirements then please email email@example.com with as much notice as possible and we will do our best to cater for you.
“fun, educational and the music is excellent”
Broadway World Scotland
“rip-roaring, rousing entertainment”
NOISEMAKER’s Scott Gilmour and Claire McKenzie are graduates of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland who formed their partnership in 2012, dedicated to creating and developing new musical theatre in Scotland. The pair have worked with a variety of companies and collaborators around the world including the National Theatre of Scotland, Royal Lyceum, Goodspeed Musicals, Barbara Whitman Productions, LD Entertainment, Studiocanal, BBC Scotland and Selladoor Worldwide.
JEMIMA LEVICK has been Artistic Director of PPP since April 2021. Between 2016-21 she was Artistic Director & Chief Executive of Stellar Quines, and prior to that, Associate & latterly Artistic Director of Dundee Rep.
She has won and been nominated for a number of awards & has directed more than 40 professional productions. Recent credits include Cinderella (Dundee Rep); Maggie May (Leeds Playhouse, Leicester Curve & Queens Theatre, Hornchurch); Sally, SCOTS, Meet Me at the Knob (PPP); and episodes of River City (BBC). She has also directed for NTS, Royal Lyceum, Dundee Rep, Stellar Quines, Borderline, Grid Iron, Traverse & Paines Plough.