The multi-talented Brian James O’Sullivan brings his latest show, Oscar, to A Play, A Pie, and A Pint from 14th February 2022.
Featuring book, music and lyrics by Brian himself, Oscar is a new musical about friendship, music, and inspiration. Oscar has never had any trouble writing music. It comes naturally. But when his brother and writing partner dies suddenly, he is lost and creatively blocked. His solution? Move to a remote Scottish island where he’ll have the time and space to breathe and grieve, and crucially to finish writing his suite of music. But when Oscar and his new landlady, Miriam, meet, it seems that solitude and time to write are the last things he’s likely to achieve.
Oscar is directed by Shilpa T-Hyland, and features Brian James O’Sullivan and Kirsty Findlay.
Catch it at Oran Mor, Glasgow from 14th-19th February, or at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh from 1st-5th March.
For tickets and more info, click here
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