Number One Fan – A Play, A Pie and A Pint

See Joyce Falconer and David McGowan in Number One Fan at Oran Mor, written by Kim Millar and directed by April Chamberlain.

Jan McArthur is raging. Her husband just left her for a silicone-enhanced woman 20 years her junior. She’s lost her job.  Her cat just died. And to cap it all, the menopause is on the rampage, leaving her a hot flashing mess. When Jan reads Jack Bonham’s women hating column, he becomes the embodiment of everything that is wrong in her life. Jan sets out for revenge, and decides to kidnap Bonham until he writes a column in praise of the Older Woman… Before long it becomes clear that the strutting misogynist of his column is nothing more than a fiction… but now Jan’s got Glasgow’s top broadsheet columnist chained to her kitchen radiator… where does she go from here?

Cast: Joyce Falconer, Callum Cuthbertson and David McGowan

Runs Mon, 09 September, 2019 — Sat, 14 September, 2019

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