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Nina Simone stage story returns to Pitlochry
Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, Black Is The Color Of My Voice is a one-woman, short play with stunning vocals, returning to Pitlochry Festival Theatre, following a sell-out performance last year. But this time the show presents a double bill – followed up in the second half by...
Read more 21/03/2019
Take That and Robbie Tribute at Pitlochry this Friday
Kick the weekend off in style with The Greatest Day, and celebrated tribute band, Re-Take That and Robbie Live at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Friday, 22 March, 7.30pm.
Read more 19/03/2019
Barry Manilow tribute concert this weekend!
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is the first stop on the UK tour of He Writes the Songs – The Manilow Songbook on Saturday, 16 March, 7.30pm. There will be hit after hit to revel in with this tribute to the one and only Barry Manilow.
Read more 11/03/2019
It’s Welly-time at Pitlochry!
It’s time to go wild in your wellies at Pitlochry Festival Theatre this weekend, with children’s whimsical adventure, Four Go Wild In Wellies pitching up on stage on Saturday, 9 March at 12pm.
Read more 07/03/2019
Gaelic Folk Superstars MÀNRAN hit the stage at Pitlochry
Thrilling live act MÀNRAN, make a hotly-anticipated return to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre stage this coming weekend, Friday, 8 March, 7.30pm, for another power-packed performance.
Read more 04/03/2019
Dad’s Army Set to March on Pitlochry
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is all set to be invaded this coming weekend, as Captain Mainwaring’s not-so-crack-troop, make their assault on the Pitlochry stage, Saturday, 2 March, 7.30pm in the form of Dad’s Army Radio Show
Read more 25/02/2019
Tenors Unlimited Welcome Pitlochry Show Choir to the Stage
Tenors Unlimited, also billed as the ‘Rat Pack Of Opera’ are stopping off at Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Saturday, 23 February , 7.30pm, for one night only, as part of their 15th anniversary tour, and the theatre’s Show Choir are all set to join them on-stage for one of their...
Read more 19/02/2019
Poetry and Sax close Valentine’s Winter Words Launch Day
The 15th annual Winter Words Festival kicked off a fantastic first day at Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Thursday, and one of Scotland’s best-loved treasures, former National Poet of Scotland and recipient of the Queens Gold medal for Poetry, Liz Lochhead, brought Valentine’s day to suitable closure with an event of...
Read more 15/02/2019
Doddie Weir Unable To Attend Winter Words Festival
Sadly, due to illness, we have to announce Doddie Weir will not be able to attend Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Friday, 15 February, for his Winter Words event, His Name'5 Doddie. Stewart Weir, Doddie's ghostwriter, who was to take the stage with Doddie, will still take the session and continue to...
Read more 14/02/2019
Winter Words Takes a Deadly Turn For the Better
The 15th Annual Winter Words Festival provides a thrilling setting for a double whammy of Crime-writers at Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Sunday, 17 February at 4.30pm, in an expose of the chilling side of Bloody Scotland, a new book named after Scotland's International Crime-Writing Festival based in Stirling since 2012,...
Read more 13/02/2019
Improved Access at Pitlochry Through New Funding
Pitlochry Festival Theatre received news of a £7,624 grant from The Theatres Trust to specifically improve building access.
Read more 11/02/2019
Scottish Rugby Legend, Doddie Weir talks at Winter Words
As the buzz about the Six Nations Championship builds around the Scottish victory against Italy, what better time to go along to Winter Words at Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Friday, 15 February, 6pm, to hear Scottish rugby legend George Wilson, better known to the world as Doddie, talk about his...
Read more 04/02/2019
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