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...
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...
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...
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,...
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...
These words were meant for walking at Winter Words Festival, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, February 14-17, with a trio of speakers focussing on specific areas of Scotland, both for Hill-walking, Fell-running – and scaling the mountains too.
...and announces free Tour and Workshop On Saturday 16 February, Pitlochry Festival Theatre will throw open its doors to writers, as part of their new artistic ambition to engage and deepen the theatre’s connection with writers at all stages of their careers.
In commemoration of the 260th birthday of Scotland's most famous son, Robert Burns, Pitlochry Festival Theatre is set to host their popular annual celebrations of the loves, life and lyrics of Scotland’s honoured Bard, on Saturday, 26 January at 7.30pm.
The ever-popular Literary Lunch sessions are back for Winter Words Festival at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, 12.45pm each day, 14-17 February, and this year with a distinctly Scottish flavour!
Are you an actor living and working in Scotland? This is for YOU! Elizabeth Newman, Artistic Director of Pitlochry Festival Theatre, is putting a call out for actors in Scotland, ahead of the 2019 Artistic Programme auditions. In just a few weeks, Elizabeth will be holding and leading a series...
The world’s most prestigious mountain film festival returns to Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Saturday, 2 February with two different screenings of extraordinary collections of short films, at 2pm and 7pm – a must-see for anyone with a spirit of adventure!