The plays can be seen on intermittent mornings from the 15th-27th August.
Heartfelt and hard-hitting, these plays tackle one of the key issues today: the vast inequality in healthcare across the world. Each year, millions of women and children die from preventable causes. These are not mere statistics. Start your festival day with these script-in-hand performances, and enjoy a breakfast roll and tea/coffee with your ticket.
This Scottish Premiere is the winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play. Tracy Letts’ August: Osage County then went on to be a…Read More
David James Kirkwood will perform in SCRIBBLE on 26th August 2017. Bran flakes, anxiety and gravity. The smallest moments in history. The largest events in the universe. Blink and you’ll…Read More
Butterfly Kiss by Dave Anderson, including The Day I Found The Blues Featuring Christina Strachan It’s a world of rock’n’roll, “teenagers”, burgeoning consumerism, rampant hormones, lazy daytimes gazing into rock…Read More
During his controversial presidential campaign, Donald Trump regularly made statements considered by many to be misogynistic and offensive. Can such sexually abusive rhetoric really be accepted as mere locker room…Read More
Adura Onashile has been selected as one of 20 writers on the 2017 BBC Writersroom Drama Room scheme. The Drama Room is a six-month scheme which offers targeted training and…Read More
Oran Mor’s hugely popular Play, Pie and Pint returns for it’s Autumn season on 28th August 2017, opening with The Empty Charcoal Box by Stuart Hepburn and featuring James Mackenzie. “The…Read More