Having fled the witchprickers of Fife and with the new king on a mission to spread witchhunting to England, Lilyan begs her friend Shakespeare not to include witches in his latest play. Meanwhile, Isobel, Mags and Janet – struggling with cloaks and fake noses in a new production of Macbeth – wonder if this was a good way to mark turning 40 after all. 

New play The Witches of West Fife opens tomorrow (11 September) as part of  A Play A Pie and A Pint at Oran Mor in Glasgow before transferring to The Lemon Tree Aberdeen on 19 September.  Written by Dunfermline writer Jane Livingstone, it stars Kirstin McLean, Sally Reid and Clare Waugh and is directed by Emily Reutlinger.

Tickets cost £12 (including a pie and a pint!) and are available here.