Meet the Creative team behind Scotland’s unique lunchtime theatrical phenomenon. A Play, A Pie and a Pint present a programme of talks and workshops:
Tickets for those events are available from the Fringe Central reception from Monday 29th July. Alternatively, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
A PLAY, A PIE AND A PINT INTERROGATED
Oran Mor’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.
Meet the Creative team behind Scotland’s unique lunchtime theatrical phenomenon where we gather together a tour-de-force of Scotland’s creative writing and acting talent that have worked with us over the years to debate the following questions:
- Why does it work?
- Why is it popular?
- What exactly is ‘shit-a-brick’ Monday?
- Where do plays go after ?
There will be debate, discussion, possibly some play readings and a pint to wash it all down.
A PITCH, A PIE AND A PINT
An opportunity to put your creative ideas to members of PPP’s creative team.
Are you a Festival looking for high quality low cost short plays?
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.
Are you a writer with a brilliant 45 min script just waiting to be produced?
PPP has commissioned and produced over 300 new plays in the last 10 years.
Are you a venue interested in new writing?
We’ve co-produced with NTS, the Traverse, Paines Plough, Live Theatre Newcastle, Bewley’s Dublin, Bristol Tobacco Factory, Perth Theatre, Dundee Rep, Mull Little Theatre and many other companies.
Are you a director?
Every two weeks a director joins us at Oran Mor to direct a new work.