Mack the Knife

Produced by A Play, A Pie and A Pint, Oran Mor. Presented by the Traverse Theatre By Morag Fullarton
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About

Berlin, the late 1920’s… a time of decadence, despair and joie de vivre.

A young Jewish composer, Kurt Weill, meets his muse, singer Lotte Lenya, and falls in love. He collaborates with playwright Bertolt Brecht on what they both consider a ‘bit of a potboiler’. As The Threepenny Opera delights audiences across Europe, a new barbarism is erupting which will change everyone’s lives forever.

Ticket includes:

  • A play, a pie and a pint of beer/125ml glass of house wine or a regular glass of soft drink, orange juice, filter coffee or tea.
  • A vibrant mix of themes, characters and stories.
  • Lunchtime and evening performances.
  • Easily digestible 50-min play packages.

Explore the full season of A Play, A Pie and A Pint at the Traverse.

Image: Leslie Black

Credits

  • Writer & DirectorMorag Fullarton
  • CastGeorge Drennan, Angie Darcy, Keith Fleming & Kevin Lennon
  • ChoreographerChris SJ Wilson
  • DesignersJonathan Scott & Gemma Patchett
  • Sound DesignerAndy Cowan
  • Lighting DesignersRoss Kirkland & Chris Reilly

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    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office

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    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office

  • Book

    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office

  • Book

    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office

  • Book

    If you’d like to try for a returned ticket, we will take names from 1 hour before the performance – in person only, at the Box Office