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'Stay' premières at PPP

Last week, our musical Stay finished its run at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh following a week of shows at Òran Mór as part of A Play, a Pie and a Pint's autumn season.

The show follows an ex-couple, Kit and Rowan, standing at the edge of a park park with an urn and four years of unresolved history. They are here to scatter the ashes of a loved one but after the scattering ceremony flops, something draws both Kit and Rowan to stay. The show was directed by Melanie Bell, and starred Daisy Ann Fletcher as Kit and Craig Hunter as Rowan.

The show came about after we were awarded the Bruce Millar Graduate Fellowship in 2021 from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. With additional support from the Dundee Rep, we were able to write the show and workshop it in June of 2022, with Ewan Black in the role of Rowan.

A bedrock of the Scottish theatre industry, and based at Òran Mór in the West End of Glasgow, A Play, a Pie and a Pint produces the most new-writing of any theatre in the UK – 35 new plays and runs for 42 weeks of the year. Every ticket includes admission to the play, a pie and an alcoholic or soft drink.

After visiting the 'pie dungeon' many times as students and as creatives, this was our PPP writing debut. We want to thank Jemima and the whole team at PPP for making us very welcome and for giving us this wonderful opportunity.

Make sure you're following our social media channels (@oneillandsavage) to see what other plans we have in store for Stay.


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