A Play, A Pie and A Pint Autumn Programme 2021
A Play, A Pie and A Pint at OranMor
6 September – 27 November, 2021
By Morna Pearson | Directed By Becky Hope Palmer
Monday, 06 September, 2021 — Saturday, 11 September, 2021 1 p.m. (Doors 12.00 / 12.30 p.m.Mondays)
Celestial Body is a dark comedy about forgiveness and revenge.
Presented in association with Aberdeen Performing Arts
By Lorna Martin | Directed By Maureen Carr
Monday, 13 September, 2021 — Saturday, 18 September, 2021 at 1 p.m.(Doors 12.00 / 12.30 p.m.Mondays)
Based on real life, Rose tells the incredible, uplifting and inspiring story of an underdog, working-class teenager from Ayrshire who refused to play by society’s discriminatory rules, and who overcame numerous obstacles, including a lifetime ban in her home country, to become a professional footballer in Italy .
By Johnny McKnight | Directed By Jemima Levick
Monday, 20 September, 2021 — Saturday, 25 September, 2021 at 1 p.m.(Doors 12.00 / 12.30 p.m.Mondays)
Furlough is over for Jordan and, like many of us, he’s returned back to work. However once there he finds himself caught up in a complaints procedure delivered by his so-called ‘woke’ manager. Jordan’s accused of using offensive language in the workplace, language that he claims was intended as a joke.
A NEW LIFE
By Andy McGregor | Directed By Andy McGregor
MON, 27 SEPTEMBER, 2021 — SAT, 02 OCTOBER, 2021
Monday, 27 September, 2021 — Saturday, 02 October, 2021 at 1 p.m.(Doors 12.00 / 12.30 p.m.Mondays)
Robbie and Jess are living the life. He’s a successful computer programmer 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?
THE TALE OF TYPHOID MARY
Monday, 04 October, 2021 — Saturday, 09 October, 2021
An epidemic of typhoid (a disease of the slums) among New York’s wealthy. A pioneering virologist traces the infection to Irish cook Mary Mallon. But Mary has no symptoms and denies the link. The state decides to seize and imprison her. But Mary won’t go without a fight, in this strange-but-true drama inspired by history’s most infamous “super-spreader”.
MY NAME IS SARAH, AND…
Monday, 11 October, 2021 — Saturday, 16 October, 2021
Sarah’s forever getting chucked out – clubs, pubs, kids’ birthday parties – even the Asda once for chucking up all over the salad bar. But when her last remaining pal chucks her out of her wedding, and her life, Sarah has some cold hard truths to face… A one-woman musical about chucking the booze
MORE LISTINGS TO FOLLOW
- West End Festival 2021
- Anna H. Geerdes – Borderline Exhibition
- Glasgow Doors Open Day 2021 – Arlington Baths Club
- Lizzie Reid at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
- Big Tunes at the Bandstand – Kelvingrove, Glasgow
- Poetry Launch Party – Jim Ferguson and Kirsty Taylor
- Janine Jansen: Falling for Stradivari, GFT
- Do The Right Thing, Glasgow Youth Film Festival
- Our Ladies, GFT
- Annette, Glasgow Film Theatre
- Wildfire plus Q & A at Glasgow Film Theatre
- Sweetheart, Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2021
- Glasgow Fancy Women Bike Ride
- Mika & Me Eyewear Glasgow
- Siobhan Miller at Websters Theatre
- Bill W and Dr Bob, Websters Theatre
- Lin Anderson on Bloody Scotland 2021
- A Christmas Carol- A Hauntingly Hilarious Family Panto!
- Bernard Maclaverty Creative Conversations
- Creative Conversations, University of Glasgow