Produced by A Play, A Pie and A Pint at Òran Mór, presented in association with Ayr Gaiety.
A long time together couple; grew up together in marriage; grew together in marriage; matured into middle age together and are now aging together but, Marcia, believes, and is convinced, she is aging quicker than her husband James; and it can’t simply be put down to a changing world that leaves her unsure, unemployable, bemused and feeling stranded; and James seems not to notice…. but he does notice….
McDougall is an established writer with various awards, including a Prix Italia and a BAFTA life time achievement; most of his films were done in the late seventies early eighties; Just another Saturday, Just a Boy’s Game, The Elephant’s Graveyard etc. His latest film script is Whisky Galore. To be released in April. Mc Dougall was one of the initial writers for the inaugural first season of a ‘play a pie and a pint’. ‘But that was then’ is his fifth play for Oran Mor.
“One of the most magical theatre initiatives of the last decade” – The Scotsman
Please note pies and drinks will be served in the Studio from 11.50am and 6.50pm
Please note the performance may contain strong language and adult themes.
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