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Tickets are available in advance from ticketweb 08444 771 000 (booking fee will apply) or from the Oran Mor box office on the door on the day of the performance.

A Play A Pie and A Pint at Òran Mór


Òran Mór’s groundbreaking lunchtime theatre programme, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, began in 2004 and now commissions and produces 38 new plays a year. We produce the work of many of Scotland’s best known writers, as well as presenting the work of new young playwrights. We have also presented seasons of plays from writers from Latin America, the Arab World and China. 

Plays from PPP have been seen at the Edinburgh Festival, the Belfast Festival, the Brighton Festival, the Adelaide Festival, the Island Festival in Tasmania, the Golden Mask Festival in Moscow and the Last Frontier Theatre Festival in Alaska. 

We’ve also had plays from Òran Mór performed in Newcastle, Manchester, Coventry, Bristol, London, Seoul, Beirut, Milan, Amsterdam, Dublin, Bermuda and New York. The Tiny Dynamite Theatre in Philadelphia has done several seasons of A Play A Pie and a Pint and we recently got invited by the British Council in Brazil to help them set up PPP in Sao Paolo. Where Glasgow leads, the rest of the world follows!

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Photographs by Leslie Black

Summer Panto 2014 Just Announced - Maw Goose

JUST ANNOUNCED - Òran Mór welcomes you to 'Maw Goose', our fourth Summer Panto by Dave Anderson and David MacLennan. Join us this July for A Panto, A Pie and A Pint! TICKETS NOW ON SALE .

Òran Mór’s Lunchtime Summer Panto 2014

Maw Goose by Dave Anderson and David MacLennan

Mondays – Saturdays

7th – 26th July

Oh what a stooshie for poor Maw Goosie. In these days of austerity she can't afford the rent, she's about to lose her job, she could go to jail because she’s filled in some Income Support form incorrectly, her husband is gone because he cannae cope and has mental health issues, the electricity is cut off... but just in the nick of time enter Priscilla, the goose that lays the bullion bombs. Is this just Maw Goosie’s good luck or is there a life and death struggle going on behind the scenes between the Demon King and the Good Fairy? Does everyone have a price and what happens when Maw Goosie enters the Spa of Eternal Youth? Dave Anderson and David MacLennan bring you another lunchtime Summer Panto to ask does everyone have to feather their own nests with goosedown or can we all live happily ever after?

Tickets can be purchased through / 08444 771 000 (booking fee will apply) or from the Òran Mór box office on the day of the performance. Tickets are sold on a first come first served basis. *


Mon 7th - 1pm

Tue 8th - 1pm

Wed 9th - 1pm

Thu 10th - 1pm

Fri 11th - 12pm & 2pm

Sat 12th - 12pm & 2pm


Mon 14th - 1pm

Tue 15th - 1pm

Wed 16th - 12pm & 2pm

Thu 17th - 1pm

Fri 18th - 12pm & 2pm

Sat 19th - 12pm & 2pm


Mon 21st - 1pm

Tue 22nd - 1pm

Wed 23rd - 12pm & 2pm

Thu 24th - 12pm & 2pm

Fri 25th - 12pm & 2pm

Sat 26th - 12pm & 2pm

* Doors open at 11am for 12pm shows, at 12pm for 1pm shows and at 1.30pm for 2pm shows. Please note that we will always have a small allocation of tickets to sell on the door on the day. On double performance days, tickets for both shows are available to purchase from 11am at the box office.


This Week's Play

Skeleton Wumman by Gerda Stevenson

Mon 14th - Sat 19th April

Directed by Gerda Stevenson

Featuring Amy Conachan, Buchan Lennon and Seylan Baxter

This play is a co-production with the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh and West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds.

Storms batter shoreline communities. Sea levels rise. Skeleton Wumman tells her story from beneath the sea. Once a disabled teenager, her life was confined to watching TV, and occasional visits to her local swimming pool. It was there that she fell in love with a young deaf man before she and her parents were swept from their home by a devastating tidal wave. Now, beneath the sea, she feels that something is about to happen. Snagged on a cable, a young man accidentally hauls her to the surface. He’s terrified, but slowly they recognize one other... Live music and sign language are integrated throughout the play.

lice’s mum is boracic, and she is wandering the aisles of Poundland looking for summer treats. Alice reaches out to grasp a white rabbit keyring and before she knows it she is on the golden escalator to Plunderland – A parallel universe where no one pays 50pence in the pound tax, and where everything costs the same – a million – but you don’t have to pay for it if you are rich. Travel with Alice and meet Milliedum, Milliedee, The King of Clubs, The Queen of Diamonds, The Fat Cat, The Mad Banker and all your other favourite characters you love to hate.

Show Times and Tickets

Monday - Saturday 1pm - (Doors 12pm/12.30pm on Mondays)


Monday/Tuesday/Thursday £10

Wednesday £8

Friday/Saturday £12.50 08444 771 000 or from the box office on the door on the day. 

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