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Welcome to A Play, A Pie and A Pint at Òran Mór, the UK's most successful lunchtime theatre programme. Bringing you a new play every week (42 weeks of the year) running from Mondays to Saturdays at 1pm. Whether you are looking for something to do on...more
Not only can you enjoy a panto, pie and pint at Christmas the summer panto at Oran Mor is another fantastic afternoon of fun, frolics and completely inappropriate jokes and asides. Sessions are always booked up well in advance so it may be you’ve left...More
Get there early for a2 pm showing. We found the former church, now pub and theater, but walked around till 12:30.the place was nearly full!! With your ticket you get a"point "a choice of Beverages and a pie, either quiche or traditional minced meat pie....More
We have now visited Glasgow a play a pie an a pint twice now and are looking forward to seeing the summer panto in July with family who we keep telling is a great experience. We were lucky to meet one of the chaps involved...More
We were in Glasgow for an afternoon before our flight and stumbled across this. I wasn't expecting much on a mid-week afternoon but I was very wrong! There were dozens of attendees and the play was a great combination of humour/fear/realism/human nature. While the play...More
Terry and I dropped into Oran Mor for the first play in the new season "It's behind you". As always we were not disappointed. Both the acting and the story-line were excellent, and what's not to like about a scotch pie, especially when washed down...More
What a wonderful idea this whole A Play a Pie and a Pint was. I go regularly, try to go every week, and have never been disappointed. The plays are varied, some funny, some thought provoking but in all its forms the various casts are...More
Who knows ?? I've just been to this weeks play (Where's Lulu ??) and it was, as always, excellent. To offer you some kind of perspective Oran Mor is a tiny venu, so all the plays that are put on have to be able to... More
Who knows ?? I've just been to this weeks play (Where's Lulu ??) and it was, as always, excellent. To offer you some kind of perspective Oran Mor is a tiny venu, so all the plays that are put on have to be able to accommodate a tiny stage, a tiny venue and a maximum of three (or maybe four) actors. They all have to accommodate the Glaswegian attitude to life, so there will always be the odd snide remark included in the script. "Getting a laugh" is an essential theme !!
I'm sure that you'll enjoy attending. The atmosphere will be great (always is) and you're bound to end up chatting to all those around you. Enjoy PPP