Mon, 27 June, 2022 — Sat, 02 July, 2022
Directed by Jemima Levick | Cast - Tyler Collins, Isaac Savage, Lauren Ellis-Steele and Richard Conlon
A story about Scotland. Its past. Its present. Its future. It’s people. It’s places. All in under an hour! Award-winning musical theatre partnership Noisemaker are delighted to join for the first time with A Play, a Pie and a Pint to premiere this uplifting new musical to round out a dynamic and eclectic season of new work. Packed with raucous songs and rousing music, this journey through the ages will be a musical adventure you won’t want to miss!
Please note all performances this week are close to selling out – to avoid disappointment, please book online and please arrive early on the day of the performance.
Also starring Sebastian Lim-Seet, MacKenzie Wilcox, Star Penders and Yana Harris from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
NOISEMAKER is the award-winning musical theatre writing partnership of SCOTT GILMOUR and CLAIRE MCKENZIE. Since forming in 2012, the pair have created and developed original, innovative work both at home in Glasgow and internationally across the globe. Their stories, songs and music aim to challenge the expectations of what a musical can be and connect with new audiences wherever they can. Recent projects include; Hi, My Name is Ben [Goodspeed Musicals/NAMT, New York], Atlantic: A Scottish Story Podcast [The Big Light] Oor Wullie [Dundee Rep & Selladoor] www.noisemaker.org.uk
JEMIMA LEVICK was appointed as Artistic Director of A Play, a Pie and a Pint in April 2021. Prior to this she was Artistic Director & Chief Executive of Stellar Quines Theatre Company [2016 – 2021] and before that, Associate Director and latterly Artistic Director of Dundee Rep Theatre [2009 – 2016]. She has won and been nominated for a number of awards and has directed more than 34 professional productions. As a director and producer she has worked with a number of companies, including BBC Studios, The Citizens, Imaginate, Leeds Playhouse, Leicester Curve, Queens Theatre Hornchurch, The Royal Lyceum Theatre, The National Theatre of Scotland, Dundee Rep, Borderline, Grid Iron, Perissology, The Traverse and Paines Plough.