Beg Borrow Steal

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.


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