As the leaves fall and the trees turn for a stunning vista in Highland Perthshire –throwing a dramatic backdrop for Pitlochry Festival Theatre - there comes a spellbinding masterpiece from one of Ireland’s greatest playwrights, Brian Friel, with Faith Healer which opened, Thursday 17 October.
Brian Friel’s tender masterpiece Faith Healer is Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s Autumn production (17 Oct to 3 Nov). Directed by the award-winning Artistic Director Elizabeth Newman, the show features three familiar faces from the world of Television.
A NEW Season is about to launch at Pitlochry Festival Theatre and details of the autumn, winter and spring programme are now available online and at the theatre, in the form of the new Winter Brochure.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre are holding their first Summer Party this Sunday, 15 September, 11am to 4pm with a wide range of FREE activities to kick-back and have a fun-filled day - throughout the building, on the stage, across the lawns and around the Explorers Garden too!
After a successful hunt for community cast to join the professionals on stage as part of the Summer Season, over 30 local performers - seasoned and newcomers – are marching onto stage for the much-anticipated premiére of North And South, opening at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Thursday, 29 August, 8pm.
Elizabeth Gaskell’s tale of pride and prejudice amongst the cotton mills, opens next week, Thursday 29 August, 8pm. It's a timeless love story about the shift of power and values in Victorian Britain. The last to open in the six-show Summer Season, North and South has been adapted for television three times, but...
Scotland’s most celebrated fiddle band, Blazin’ Fiddles will join together with twice-voted ‘Scots Singer of the Year’ Emily Smith for a special, Scottish tour stopping off for one-night-only at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Sunday 18 August, 8.00pm.
Mid-August will have a wonderful Festival vibe at Pitlochry Festival Theatre with over 50 events taking place: two days, in three Yurts and a Romany Wagon, as well as in and around the theatre, 17 and 18 August, 10am to 5pm each day.
Elizabeth Newman, Artistic Director at Pitlochry Festival Theatre joins forces with David Greig, Scotland’s leading playwright and Artistic Director of Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre, at the International Edinburgh Book Festival this month.