A Play, A Pie and A Pint
Aberdeen Performing Arts is a vibrant, cultural hub at the heart of city life inspiring, exploring and engaging through live performances and creative projects. Creating A Spark in the North-east with our homegrown shows and productions.
Not enough drama in your life? Top up after work | Aberdeen Performing Arts and Oran Mor presents
A Play, A Pie and A Pint does what it says on the tin. Join us after work for a tasty bite, tipple and top new theatre from some of the country's best talent.
The performances take place in The Lemon Tree Lounge, 6pm Tuesday - Friday (1pm Thursday & Saturday). Your pie and pint will be available from one hour prior to the start of the performance.
Dirt Under the Carpet by Rona Munro
Tuesday 21 - Saturday 25 February 2017 | Book Tickets
A Play, A Pie and A Pint with a Doric dark side, Dirt Under the Carpet is part of Granite Noir, the North-east’s brand new crime writing festival.
Jocky Wilson Said by Jane Livingstone & Jonathan Cairney
Tuesday 28 March - Saturday 1 April 2017 | Book Tickets
It's 1979 and rising Scottish darts star Jocky Wilson has travelled to America to play a series of exhibition matches. When he misses his ride to the next event however, Jocky finds himself alone and on the road. All the diminutive Fifer really wants is to get back home but there’s a long and challenging journey ahead…
His Final Bow by Peter Arnott
Tuesday 25 - Saturday 29 April 2017 | Book Tickets
In March of 1865, John Wilkes Booth, one of the great American actors of his generation, assassinated President Lincoln, by jumping onto the stage to yell the Latin tag "Sic Semper Tyrannis!" and breaking his ankle as he did so. He was finally caught twelve days later when the boy he sends out to buy the week's newspapers in search of reviews of his historical performance, attracts the attention of the authorities. His Final Bow is all about the final curtain, disillusioned fans, death and dishonour.
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