When Cher is caught stealing, department store manager Tess lets her off with a warning. Moved by this unfamiliar act of mercy, Cher repeats her theft again and again, and a fragile bond develops between the two women. But as their relationship grows, so too does the impossibility of it continuing.
Don’t miss Natali McCleary in her first performance at A Play, A Pie and A Pint, which runs at Oran Mor until Saturday 13th May.
Eugène Ionesco’s classic 1959 play is an uproarious absurdist farce – and a chilling examination of conformism, nationalism, fascism and fundamentalism that has been compared with Orwell’s Animal Farm and…Read More
Three royal brothers, alike in every way but one – only the eldest can wear the crown. A shame for Edward and Clarence then, that their brother, Richard, is youngest……Read More
The UK premiere of Sting’s personal, political and passionate musical is an epic tale of community, hope and a great act of collective defiance. The Last Ship features an original…Read More
It’s New York and Jackie’s in trouble. An ex-con struggling with addiction, he’s trying to go straight and get back with childhood sweetheart Veronica, but can he trust her? His…Read More
Joan is an amateur Elvis impersonator with big dreams. And she’s got the outfit. With the regional heat of Ultimate Elvis coming soon, Joan knows there’s work to do. But…Read More
Congratulations to Adura Onashile who has been awarded Channel 4 Playwrights’ Scheme Bursary. Adura has already embarked upon one-year attachment with the Traverse Theatre. Their principal task over the 12 months is…Read More