Please note that we currently offer two food options: a meat pie or a vegetarian quiche. Unfortunately, at this time we cannot cater for vegan, gluten-free or other dietary requirements.
We do not operate any age restrictions on our performances as such. However, please be aware that some shows may contain strong language and adult themes. We leave it up to the discretion of the parent/guardian to judge whether a play is suitable for their child. For more information on specific shows please contact us at: email@example.com
Our theatre is located in Òran Mór, which is at the Top of Byres Road, intersecting with Great Western Road.
Òran Mór, Top of Byres Road, G12 8QX
There is pay and display street parking along both Byres Road and Great Western Road. Nearby is the Kelvinbridge pay and display Car Park, and the Lily Bank Car Park off Byres Road.
Regular buses go to the West End from the City Centre. The nearest subway station is HILLHEAD which is a few minutes walk from Òran Mór.
Our theatre space is situated in the basement venue area of Òran Mór. From the Brasserie Restaurant Entrance on Great Western Road, there is street level access to the central lift (this is on level 1). The Box Office and adapted toilets are on the Main Bar level (Level 2).
Please make yourself known to the Front of House staff on arrival if you require lift access to the theatre space and they will direct you back to the central lift. The theatre is located on Level 0 where there are also adapted toilets. Guide and hearing dogs are welcome.
We do operate an unreserved seating policy. For anyone who requires lift access to the theatre space, we always suggest arriving before the theatre doors open on the day, and the Front of House staff will make sure that you can access the venue before the rest of the customers have access in order to locate a suitable seating position.
Mon 22nd July 2019
Customers attending our Friday afternoon performance of the Summer Panto Dracula ReVamped were in for a lovely surprise when audience member Joseph took to the
Mon 22nd July 2019
You voted it one of your favourite A Play, A Pie and A Pint plays and now ‘Tartuffe’ Liz Lochhead’s energetic Scots adaptation of Moliere̵
Fri 12th July 2019
Òran Mór’s A Play A Pie and A Pint receives the Special Contribution to Scottish Culture Award at the Herald Culture Awards 2019 The very best of the S