The Bluejays, the UK’s leading vintage Rock ‘n’ Roll band present Rock and Roll Revolution – a major new live theatre tour celebrating the music of the 1950s at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, this Sunday, 24 June at 8pm.
Travesties - the fourth show to open in as many weeks at Pitlochry Festival Theatre (PFT) – launches this Thursday, 14 June with two preview performances at 2pm and 8pm. PFT are lucky to get the show at this time, having just hit Broadway following a sell-out, box office smash...
Our production of The Monarch Of The Glen triumphed in the Best New Play in Scotland category at the Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) ceremony which took place yesterday in Perth.
J.M. Barrie’s Quality Street - the third show to open in as many weeks at Pitlochry Festival Theatre (PFT) – launches this Thursday, 7 June with two preview performances at 2pm and 8pm. A romantic exploration of passing youth, second chances and the transformative power of love – expect empire-line...
Ainsley Hamill, one of the UK’s leading and most diverse folk, singer-songwriters, will be holding an evening Gaelic song, accompanied by two further musicians, in the intimate, panoramic River Room overlooking the Tummel, at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, TONIGHT, Monday 4 June, 8pm.
ANIMALS - the show, arrives at Pitlochry Festival Theatre this Sunday, 3 June at 2pm, continuing a summer of events especially for children and families on the first Sunday of every month. ANIMALS is a show about… animals. Big ones, little ones, wild ones, tame ones. It’s also a show...
Gemma Fairlie, Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s Associate Director, has her Director’s debut this Thursday, 31 May, 2pm and 8pm, since joining the team last October, with the opening of The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, hot on the heels of the huge success of Chicago opening last Friday.
Forget the West End! Who needs crowds 'n' hassle, smoke 'n' grime, when you can watch the musical that has entertained audiences the world over, right here, in the stunning, riverside surroundings of Pitlochry Festival Theatre. To a chorus of applause, Chicago opens this Friday, 25 May, 8pm.
We're delighted by the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) nomination for Peter Arnott’s adaption of Compton Mackenzie’s novel The Monarch Of The Glen, which played at the theatre last autumn.
A summer of events designed with children and families in mind, kicks off this month at Pitlochry Festival Theatre. On the first Sunday of every month the theatre is presenting regular Children’s shows, starting this coming weekend, Sunday, 6 May at 2pm, with Puppet Anima and Adventures From The Odyssey...