Concerts in September begin at 8.00pm
Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham
Aly & Phil have played PFT for over 18 years now and their much admired fiddle and accordion musicianship, combined with great anecdotes always guarantees a sell-out crowd.
Dates: Sun 1 September | Tickets: Â£25.00 | BOOK NOW!
A super-group of 4 ladies with 21 yearsâ€™ experience (in various line-ups), join Sally Barker, Mary Macmaster, Eilidh Shaw and Mairearad Green as they perform tunes from the rich vein of Gaelic culture
Dates: Sun 8 September | Tickets: Â£16.50 | BOOK NOW!
Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Scotlandâ€™s National Orchestra returns to Pitlochry Festival Theatre with a wonderful selection of music for a late summer's evening.
Brahmsâ€™ First Symphony is occasionally dubbed Beethovenâ€™s â€˜Tenthâ€™, but this is no mere homage; his masterwork builds beyond the legacy of his predecessor delivering an abundance of melody and intense harmony, leaving no one in any doubt that this is now the Romantic era.
Prior to the main-course, conductor, Michal Nesterowicz serves up three tasty morsels from the world of Opera: Massenetâ€™s passionate and endearing MÃ©ditation, this time as an interlude between two rousing Wagnerian openers from Die Meistersinger and TannhÃ¤user.
Wagner Prelude to Die Meistersinger
Dates: Sun 15 September | Tickets: Â£19.00 - Â£25.00 | BOOK NOW!
Big Girls Donâ€™t Cry
The fantastic Eastcoast Boys return with their amazing tribute to the sounds of Franki Valli & The Four Seasons. Hear Sherry, Bye Bye Baby, Oh What A Night, My Eyes Adored You and more.
Dates: Sun 22 September | Tickets: Â£18.50 & Â£20.00 | BOOK NOW!
Presented by The Rotary Club of Pitlochry
70 sets of strings and a whole lot of energy! The Dunkeld & District Strathspey & Reel Society - with special guests and soloists - guaranteed to raise the roof!
Dates: Sun 29 September | Tickets: Â£16.50 & Â£18.50 (u-16: Â£10.00) | BOOK NOW!
"When staying in Pitlochry during the early part of the war, I chanced to see a stately house with a fairly large garden, quite close to the town. I at once realised that here my dream theatre might well be established in this fashionable resort right in the heart of Scotland"â€¦ John Stewart, Founder of Pitlochry Festival Theatre.