If you’re a fan of Blonde Bombshells of 1943, performing at Pitlochry this summer, or you have a penchant for 1940’s iconic style and the big band sound, then the St. Andrews Sisters arriving at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Monday, 22 July, 8pm are perfect for you.
Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham, perhaps the most famous export from the Scottish music scene, and now something of a national institution regularly play to sold-out performances at Pitlochry Festival Theatre (and all over the world). Sadly, due to illness, we have to announce Aly and Phil will not be...
With the huge popularity of multi-award-winning Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, both in Broadway and the West End, and on Tour in the US and UK, The Carole King Songbook is a much anticipated concert taking place at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, this weekend, Sunday, 30 June, 8pm.
The classic, power-packed masterpiece that is The Crucible - the third show to open in as many weeks at Pitlochry Festival Theatre (PFT) - opens Thursday, 20 June with the first preview performance at 8pm. A cautionary tale of passion, suspicion and superstition, the story is newly-relevant, resonating with notes...
You’ll hear the strains of the big band music and the sound of swing rising from Pitlochry this week, as Alan Plater’s Blonde Bombshells of 1943 - the third show to open at Pitlochry Festival Theatre (PFT) this Summer Season – launches Thursday, 13 June with the first preview performance...
The Noël Coward favourite, classic comedy, Blithe Spirit opens at Pitlochry Festival Theatre this week, Thursday, 6 June, full of mystic mischief and madcap marital mayhem, and on hot on the heels of the feel-good fanfare of Summer Holiday. Such is the rollercoaster of repertory, unique to Pitlochry.
Blu Velvet Jazz Trio swing into Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Monday, 3 June, 8.00pm with From Ella to Emeli a selection of jazzy, bluesy favourite songs through the decades, from the 1920s through to present day, with the latest hits re-vamped and given a jazzy twist.
As temperatures sizzle in the Perthshire Highlands, it’s the perfect time to think about, getting away from it all to the stunning riverside surroundings of Pitlochry Festival Theatre. So, get on the Pitlochry Bus and hit the road for the happiest, hit-filled Summer Holiday – the all-singing, all-dancing, feel-good musical...
Fancy performing on the Pitlochry stage? Pitlochry Festival Theatre is on the hunt for additional community cast to join the professionals on stage this coming Summer Season, in the much-anticipated, world première of Elizabeth Gaskell’s beloved book, North And South, opening later this summer in August and September.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is pleased to announce it will present its first spring production in 2020. Pitlochry have teamed up with the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh to co-produce Neil Simon’s romantic comedy, Barefoot In The Park - 12 to 29 March.