'a bedrock of the Scottish theatre industry' The Guardian
'a major part of Scotland's new playwriting landscape' The Scotsman
After running for fifteen years, the founding principles of A Play, a Pie and a Pint remain steadfast - a new play at lunchtime every week that lasts no more than an hour, accompanied by a pie and a pint. As well as producing thirty-three new plays per year, Oran Mor also biannually hosts its much-adored pantomimes for grown up kids - both Summer and Winter - which have become a staple of the Glasgow theatrical calendar.
This first volume collects some of the most popular and critically acclaimed plays from the phenomenal back catalogue.
Includes the plays:
A Respectable Widow Takes to Vulgarity (Douglas Maxwell)
Toy Plastic Chicken (Uma Nada-Rajah)
Chic Murray: A Funny Place for A Window (Stuart Hepburn)
Ida Tamson (Denise Mina)
Jocky Wilson Said (Jane Livingstone and Jonathan Cairney)
Do Not Press This Button (Alan Bissett)
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