Òran Mór


4 - 9 September 2023
Forever Home
Heartwarming musical about adoption opens PPP's autumn season
Reviewed here

12 - 17 June 2023
A darkly comic and daring indictment on today's corrupt society
Reviewed here

27 February - 4 March 2023
Burning Bright
Brutal comedy about wild weather
Reviewed here

20 - 25 February 2023
Until It's Gone
Bittersweet drama from Alison Carr about finding friendship.
Reviewed here

21 - 26 November 2022
A bittersweet celebration of girls gone wrong from Hillary Brooks and Clive King
Reviewed here

14 - 19 November 2022
Bethany Tennick delivers a bold witchy quest perfect for winter
Reviewed here

7 - 12 October 2019
The Sweetest Growl
A heartfelt and entertaining tribute to Glasgow's gem of a jazz singer
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

23 - 28 September 2019
The Signalman
Sheer terror of the Tay Bridge disaster brought home by Peter Arnott
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

9 August - 14 September 2019
Number One Fan
A misogynistic columnist leaves a jilted wife seeking revenge in this twisted dark comedy
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

15 - 20 April 2019
The Mack
Rob Drummond pays fairly straight tribute to the GSA building and the humans connected to it
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

17 2018 - 22 September 2019
The Lottery Ticket
Nebli Basani shines in this funny and enlightening piece exploring the realities of asylum and EU migration.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

23 April - 28 May 2018
The Persians
Traverse Play, Pie, Pint season finishes with Meghan Tyler's light-hearted political comedy.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

9 - 14 April 2018
Margaret Saves Scotland
Yorkshire lass urges a disinterested Scotland to save itself in twee Val McDermid play.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

13 - 18 February 2017
Dirt Under the Carpet
Poignant and funny insight by Rona Munro, set in Aberdeen and part of the city's inaugural Granite Noir festival
Reviewed at The Lemon Tree

13 - 15 March 2017
Burnistoun pair Robert Florence and Iain Connell bring famous Glaswegian banter north
Reviewed at The Lemon Tree

12 March 2017
The Cause of Thunder
A meandering but entertaining meditation on the ways in which the world has changed since Brexit.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

17 - 22 October 2016
One Thinks Of It All As A Dream
Syd Barrett's story affectionately told by Alan Bissett as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

3 - 8 October 2016
Elspeth Turner excels in this take on fierce motherly love and survival
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre