MISCHIEF

David Rankine is currently appearing in MISCHIEF as part of the current Play, Pie and Pint Season at Oran Mor.  Written by Ellie Stewart and Directed by Gerda Stevenson and presented in association with the Traverse Theatre.

Ronnat and Brigid live alone on a tiny island where they trade with the monastery across the water. The delicate equilibrium of their lives is threatened when a man washes up on the beach seeking work and shelter.

Set on Eilean nam Ban in the Sound of Iona, Mischief envisages the lives of two women who would never have featured in written histories of their time.

Oran Mor – Monday 3rd – Saturday 8th October

Traverse – Tuesday 11th – Saturday 15th October

Full Details here


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