The Persians – A Play, A Pie and A Pint

This week’s A Play, A Pie and A Pint is THE PERSIANS, written by our very own Meghan Tyler and starring Irene Allan.

“The Ancient Persians: when it came to major decisions they all had to agree when they were pissed, and they all had to agree when they were hideously hungover.”

An online petition to bring back the death penalty is rattling the nation, and the government must respond.

A Conservative, a Scottish Nationalist, and a Democratic Unionist meet over tea to discuss…

But what happens when the port is cracked open?

Presented in association with Traverse Theatre.


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