1984. Morna escapes the city to teach music on the remote Isle of Munst. When she accidentally marries a pillar of the community, she finds herself at odds with the quirks of The Kirk and the strange ways of the locals. Can a New Romantic survive on an island ruled by The Old Testament?
Continuing their Mini Musical season, Play, Pie and a Pint present the Wee Free! Musical, the run begins week commencing 12th June, with a brilliant cast, including Neshla Caplan.
Back by phenomenal demand! For one week only the hit show The Greatest returns to Òran Mór. If you missed it first time round come along and hear the tale…Read More
Catch Tori Burgess in this Tron/Blood of the Young production for a unique and colourful take on the definitive rom-com, Pride & Prejudice. Five vaguely familiar young women have a story…Read More
Angela Darcy and Harry Ward will be featuring in Janis Joplin Full Tilt, written by Peter Arnott which returns for a run at the Fringe this August. Performances run from…Read More
Wendy Seager and Mark McDonnell feature in this Start to Finnish production, All the Lights Are On. Typical Emmy, to turn brain cancer into a game! Her husband attempts to…Read More
Written by Morna Young and featuring Joyce Falconer and David McGowan. This successful play for Play, Pie and a Pint is going to the Fringe!Joan is an Elvis impersonator with…Read More
Simon Donaldson appears in this wonderful production written and starring Cora Bissett at the Traverse Theatre at the Fringe Festival this August. In 1992 a schoolgirl from Fife was catapulted…Read More