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Dave Anderson

DAVE ANDERSON

  

Nationality:    Scottish
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Dave Anderson has worked as an actor, musician and musical director for numerous Scottish Theatres companies including 7:84 and Wildcat, with whom he toured music Theatre round the UK, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands and ScandinaviA. His songs for the Steamie are being performed (somewhere) right now! He has collaborated on several one-man shows with David MacLennan including 47, Barking and Stardust. Film credits include: Gregory's Girl, Heavenly Pursuits, Post Mortem and Orphans. On television Dave is best known for his long running BBC sit-com City Lights. He has also made appearances on Taggart, Rab C. Nesbit, Monarch of the Glen and many other shows. Two of Dave's previous shows for Oran Mor, a Walk in the Park and Tir na nOg, (the prequel and sequel respectively, to Flowers of the River) were performed at the Edinburgh Festival last year to critical acclaim, with Tir na nOg winning the MTM:UK Dress Circle award for Best New Musical.

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        Aladdin and Wee Jeannie         Ali Bawbag and the Four Tealeafs         Alice In Poundland         Any Minute Now         Bedfellows         Bit of a Dick Whittington, A         Butterfly Kiss         Celtic Story, The         Christmas Carol, A         Daveanderson@28Thingsthatbugmecom         Deficit Show, The         Delirious         Demons         Drop In the Ocean, A         Emperor's New Clothes         Goldilocks And the Glasgow Fair         Gun, The         His Master's Voice         Jean-Jacques Rousseau Show, The         Lysistrata         Maw Goose         Pie-Eyed Piper of Hamilton, The         Sleeping Beauty         Snow White And the Seventh Dwarf         Tir Nan Og         Uglies, The         Walk In the Park, A



Aladdin and Wee Jeannie

Synopsis:
for grown up children has become a not to miss Festive Season comedy treat. Boo, cheer and sing-along, Oh,yes you will. Only suitable for real children with very liberal parents.

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written by Dave Anderson and David MacLennan

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Genre:
Christmas panto

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Ali Bawbag and the Four Tealeafs

Synopsis:
Ali is a very poor man, with a brother who is wealthy. He also has a wife who looks, let's face it, like a man. One day, Ali is in the woods  don't ask  when he sees a (budget) band of robbers. The leader says a magic password and a boulder rolls away from a rock face. Ali discovers, after they've gone, a cave full of riches, and his life is never the same again. A strange tale unfolds, involving Ali's greedy brother, his aspirational wife, the band of robbers, and more besides.

Notes:
written by Dave Anderson and Gary McNair

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Organisations:
A Play, A Pie and A Pint

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Genre:
Christmas Panto

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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Alice In Poundland

Synopsis:
alice's mum is boracic, and she is wandering the aisles of Poundland looking for summer treats.alicereaches out to grasp a white rabbit keyring and before she knows it she is on the golden escalator to Plunderland - a parallel universe where no one pays 50pence in the pound tax, and where everything costs the same - a million - but you don't have to pay for it if you are rich. Travel withaliceand meet Milliedum, Milliedee, the King of Clubs, the Queen of Diamonds, the Fat Cat, the Mad Banker and all your other favourite characters you love to hate.

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Written by Dave Anderson And David MacLennan

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Genre:
Summer pantomime

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Any Minute Now

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written with D Anderson

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Wildcat Theatre Company

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Genre:
Musical

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Bedfellows

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written with David MacLennan

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Wildcat Theatre Company

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Genre:
Musical

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Bit of a Dick Whittington, A

Synopsis:
Will Dick go to London and are the streets there paved with gold? Will Dick travel the world to make his fortune, marry the InSultan' of Taxhaven's daughter and return filthy rich to unseat Boris, become the Mayor and live happily ever after? Oh, yes he will!

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Written by By Dave Anderson and David MacLennan

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Organisations:
a Play, a Pie and a pint

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Genre:
pantomime

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Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  doubling

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Butterfly Kiss

Synopsis:
An Old Guy visits a Seaside Museum on his bus pass, where he finds a Punch & Judy stall. When no-one is looking, he peeks in, and finds himself in the year 1960. He's 15 years old, and holidaying on the coast of the West of Scotland. It's a world of rock'n'roll, teenagers, burgeoning consumerism, rampant hormones, lazy daytimes gazing into rock pools, love of all things American, and A Girl. Not the Girl he's left behind and whom he's afraid of losing to an Older Man (17 years-old). No. An altogether more exotic creature. the one who introduces him to the Butterfly Kiss: Dwight eisenhower is President of the United States. Elvis releases It's Now or Never; A message in a bottle is washed up on the beach; People have jobs, making things; there's only one TV channel, to which only some people have access.

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a Play, a Pie and a Pint

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Genre:
short play

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Male:  2            Female:  1            Other:  -

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Celtic Story, The

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Pavilion, Glasgow     2002

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Christmas Carol, A

Synopsis:
We meet a very grumpy old man who hates Christmas: it's nothing more than a license for cynical profiteers to fleece people of their hard-earned cash, force them into debt buying a lot of crap they don't need, and making them miserable for the rest of the year. It's a meaningless spend-fest and should be abolished! This is Bob Cratchitt who works in a call centre, owned by ebenezer Scrooge, who loves Christmas. This call centre collects debts. Scrooge is a very cheerful man indeed. On Christmas eve, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of Bob Marley, who soon realizes his mistake - sorry, that should be Jacob Marley, Scrooge's old partner whom ebenezer bought out at the beginning of the Credit Crunch for next to nothing. Jacob is doomed to walk the earth until ebenezer gives him a fair price for the share of the business - after all, the debt collection industry is one sector that is booming. This effectively means eternity since Scrooge will never pay him. Jacob warns Scrooge he will be visited by 3 more ghosts before Christmas morning. the first is the Ghost of Christmas Past, or the Wicked Witch of the South who bears a striking resemblance to Margaret Thatcher, under whose watch Scrooge began to get wealthy. She is accompanied by the Goose that Lays the Golden eggs. the second is aladdin, or the ghost of Christmas Present, who bears a striking resemblance to Gerard Kelly. aladdin takes Scrooge on his magic carpet, round to the Cratchit's house, where he observes how poor they are. the third is Prince Charming or the Ghost of Christmas yet to Come who bears a striking resemblance to both David Cameron and Prince Charles and who shows Scrooge how the world will be if he doesn't change his ways. By the end, Scrooge is a miserable, skint wretch and the Cratchits' are happy. We will meet several Fairy-Tale characters along the way.

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written by Dave Anderson And David MacLennan

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Genre:
Christmas Show

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Daveanderson@28Thingsthatbugmecom

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Genre:
Solo Play/Drama

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Male:  1            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Deficit Show, The

Synopsis:
From the same team that brought you the Jean Jaques Rousseau Show and Demons comes a show that interrogates the deficit. What does it actually mean? How big is it, really? What can we do about it (apart from sell the NHS, obviously)? In this highly-charged political cabaret, Scotland's most formidable and upworthy collective come together to investigate the gaps in society; between rich and poor, between 'them and us' and between you and I.

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written by Davey Anderson, Dave Anderson, Alan Bissett, Catrin Evans, Keiran Hurley, Brian James, Kirstin McLean, David Maclennan, Gary Mcnair and A J Taudvin

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A Play, A Pie and a Pint. OTT

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Genre:
short play

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Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Delirious

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By David Anderson, David Maclennan, Peter Arnott

1st Produced:
Tour     1999

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Wildcat Theatre Company

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Genre:
Musical

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Demons

Synopsis:
To celebrate Oran Mor's 250th play a group of Scottish writers collaborated to produce the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Show. Those writers were Dave Anderson, Davey Anderson, Alan Bissett, Catrin evans, Mike Gonzalez, Sean Hardie, Kieran Hurley, David MacLennan, Gary McNair, Amanda Monfrooe and Julia Taudevin. Joined Now By David Greig and Lewis Hetherington, they have got together again to write this companion piece - Demons. A modern day variety show of songs, scenes, comedy, tragedy and polemic.

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a Play, a Pint and a Pie

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Genre:
short play

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Drop In the Ocean, A

Synopsis:
If you take a job as a piano-entertainer on a cruise ship, and haven't taken the trouble to learn "Love on the Rocks" by Neil Diamond, it's only a matter of time before the passengers throw you overboard. Obviously. This is the fate that befalls the Poet in Dave anderson's Tir na nOg, winner of Best New Musical in Edinburgh in 2007, and described as "the First Magical Realism musical" by - somebody. actually it was Keith Bruce in the Herald. This companion piece, a Drop in the Ocean, tells the story of what happens to her down there, the creatures she meets, the improbable adventures, the songs she learns, the information she gleans about the Lost City of atlantis, etc. a Drop in the Ocean is the latest in a series of "through-sung", "boutique" - and various other pretentious adjectives - musicals from the pen of Anderson and the Oran Mor. Great tunes, grand laughs, profound silliness.'

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part of Oran Mor's groundbreaking lunchtime theatre programme, A Play, A Pie And A Pint

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Genre:
One act

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Emperor's New Clothes

Synopsis:
Once upon a time, there was an Emperor, who was so rich and spoiled. . . But we're guessing you know the story. What would this Emperor be like today? Could we still have Emperors in this enlightened 21st Century? Do you expect to be asked po-faced questions like that? Are you expecting the oran Mor Panto team to take this seriously? If so, this is not the place for you. If you're still a big wean, come and help us celebrate the festive season. Check in your adulthood at the door, and share a few laughs, a few songs, and a little agitprop for the immature-at-heart. The Usual Suspects bring you a contemporary look at the age-old story of The Emperor's New Clothes.

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A Panto A Pie & A Pint

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Genre:
pantomime

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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Goldilocks And the Glasgow Fair

Synopsis:
We are on a Heritage Cruise going Doon the Watter aboard the Paddle Steamer Waverley. the year is 2011, but the organisers, Big Society Arts (a charitable organisation, slogan - Coming down to your level) want to take us back to the 1950s, or 40s or 30s. Depression? What Depression? Nonsense! theyre laying on this trip down Memory Lane, for free, for disadvantaged families. Join Granny and the weans, Darren and Blondie as they head for Largs to the strains of the Dixieland jazz band. Marvel at the Childrens entertainer, whom we might suspect is just a wee bit drunk, and whose act is a tribute to the forgotten skills of the end-of-the-pier artiste. He is doing a 3 Bears routine involving puppets, but, since he has only two hands and three puppets. . . . . Will Granny drift off into a dream of her childhood doon the watter when the Clyde Coast was Benidorm in the rain? Meet Goldilocks, the three bears and a host of other Panto characters in that world where a Knickerbocker Glory at Nardinis knocked Spanish Tapas into a Pokey Hat.

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part of A Play, A Pie And A Pint. the script And songs Are by Dave Anderson And David MacLennan

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Genre:
summer panto

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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Gun, The

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Wildcat Theatre Company

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Genre:
Musical

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His Master's Voice

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Organisations:
7:84 Theatre Company

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Genre:
Musical

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

Further Reference:
(1978 ?) - National Library of Scotland ref: 7:84 (Scotland) Theatre Company - acc.10893/57

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau Show, The

Synopsis:
To celebrate the 250th play commissioned and produced by A Play A Pie and A Pint at Oran Mor we look back to 1762 and the publication of Jean Jaques Rousseau's the Social Contract. You may be asked to sign a document while sipping your drink and nibbling your pie before the show goes up. . .

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a Play, a Pint and a Pie

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Genre:
short play

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Lysistrata

Synopsis:
Originally performed in athens in 411 BC, it is a comic account of one woman's extraordinary mission to end the Pelopennesian War. Lysistrata oersuades the women of Greece to withhold sexual privileges from their husbands and lovers as a means of forcing the men to negotiate peace, a strategy however that inflames the battle between the sexes. X certificate!

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Original Playwright - Aristophanes. by David MacLennan And Dave Anderson

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aPlay, a Pie and a pint

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Genre:
One act

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Male:  3            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Maw Goose

Synopsis:
Oh what a stooshie for poor Maw Goosie. In these days of austerity she can't afford the rent, she's about to lose her job, she could go to jail because she's filled in some Income Support form incorrectly, her husband is gone because he cannae cope and has mental health issues, the electricity is cut off. . .but just in the nick of time enter Priscilla, the goose that lays the bullion bombs. Is this just Maw Goosie's good luck or is there a life and death struggle going on behind the scenes between the Demon King and the Good Fairy? Does everyone have a price and what happens when Maw Goosie enters the Spa of Eternal Youth? Dave Anderson and David MacLennan bring you another lunchtime Summer Panto to ask does everyone have to feather their own nests with goosedown or can we all live happily ever after?

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written by Dave Anderson and David MacLennan

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Genre:
Summer Pantomime

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Pie-Eyed Piper of Hamilton, The

Synopsis:
The Mayor is very worried: the City has become a victim of its own success. With great wealth has come great excess. And with great excess has come danger. Danger from vermin. OK - let's be honest. We're talking about RATS! Yes, we've got RATS! He's also concerned about finding a suitable husband for his "Beautiful" Daughter. . .It's a pantomime! His first problem seems to have a solution. There's a peasant from a little hamlet called Hamilton who's famed for working miracles in pest control, but he comes with issues. . . The "Play, a Pie & a Pint" team are back with a Summer Panto (no, really!) with all the traditional ingredients, some plot twists, and added RATS.

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By Dave Anderson with Gary McNair

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Play, a Pie & a Pint

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Genre:
Summer Panto

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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Sleeping Beauty

Synopsis:
Oran Mor's Panto this year is Sleeping Beauty - Oh, yes it is! We've assembled the star studded cast of Juliet Cadzow, Dave anderson, Sandy Nelson and Catriona Grozier to bring you this new version of an old favourite story. Sleeping Beauty doesn't just get pricked by the Spinning Wheel this year - she gets savagely cut! expect to meet some very unexpected characters, to boo, hiss and cheer, to sing along,to 'look out she's behind you!', to eat a pie and drink a pint. . .and all this in under an hour. David Maclennan and Dave Anderson have teamed up again to write Oran Mor's Panto and it is the best bargain you're going to find this Christmas. Book early to be sure of a ticket or get one on door on the day. . . but be sure to get to the front of the queue!

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by David Maclennan And Dave Anderson

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Organisations:
a Play, a Pie and a pint

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Genre:
One act

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Snow White And the Seventh Dwarf

Synopsis:
the little-known - indeed, buried - story of a Pantomime Princess's forbidden relationship with a Person of Shortness. the other Dwarves - Whiffy, Jakey, Junkey, Spikey, Fart and Stupid, - are conveniently out of the cabin (budget issues) when Snow-White unburdens herself to Chookie, the Seventh Dwarf. It turns out she is dreading having to be rescued by a Prince: from what she knows of Princes, they're spoilt brats who would make rubbish husbands. She is warming to the charms of the wee man, who loves to work - a relationship the Media have kept under wraps for decades - nay, centuries. (although you don't have to say "nay" - it's a Pantomime word). In the meantime, Dark Forces are abroad. That's all you need to know - Dark Forces! abroad! Will Snow-White be rescued by a Handsome Prince? Killed by a Wicked Queen (is there any other kind?) or live happily ever after in a taboo relationship with the love of her life - who may or may not be a Person of Shortness?

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written by Dave Anderson And David macLennan

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Genre:
pantomime

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Tir Nan Og

Synopsis:
a Scottish exile on a copaceptic quest for the realm of eternal youth. With music and lyrics by Dave anderson.

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Oran More! at assembly - the Best From a Play, a Pie and a Pint

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Genre:
magical realist Musical

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Uglies, The

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by Dave Anderson and David MacLennan

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Organisations:
a Play, a Pie and a pint

1st Published:
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Music:
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Genre:
One act panto

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Walk In the Park, A

Synopsis:
a melancholic is inspired by a little girl, a squirrel, a fox, a flower, a bottle of Buckfast, a crow and an echo. 'Deliciously surreal, tragic, humorous, full of theatrical magic' Scotsman .

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1st Produced:

Organisations:
Oran More! at assembly - the Best From a Play, a Pie and a Pint

1st Published:
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Music:
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To Buy This Play:
If Publisher (above) is underlined then the play may be purchased by direct click from the Publisher, otherwise (below) are AbeBooks for secondhand, signed & 1st eds and other Booksellers for new copies

Booksellers:

Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
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