Hello everyone – Pitlochry Festival Theatre is reaching out…

Due to COVID-19 Pitlochry Festival Theatre has temporarily closed.

Please book for our 2021 Summer Season. We are selling tickets NOW! We look forward to welcoming you back soon.

Pitlochry Festival Theatre would also like to ask for your help to build a bridge to when we can be together once more. 85% of our funding comes from you seeing productions and spending time with us. We're all looking forward to when we can gather and share again, but please donate today to make sure we can reach that time.

We are still here for you too! If you are isolated or lonely please join our Telephone Club, or tune into #PFTLightHopeJoy for daily entertainment and activities for people of all ages. Scroll down and click below for details...

Thank you for continuing to support us. We can get through this together.

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Your Theatre in The Hills needs your help more than ever. Please consider donating the price of your ticket - or any other donation - to help us build a bridge to the time when we can open the doors to you once more.

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