Scottish rugby legend George Wilson, better known to the world as Doddie Weir, will return to Winter Words Festival at Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Thursday, 13 February at 3pm, with his unique brand of humour and positive thinking, especially welcome after having, sadly, had to miss last year’s event.
The ever-popular Literary Lunch sessions are back for Winter Words 2020 at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, at 12.45pm each day, 13-16 February, with a selection of delicacies - by word and mouth – to tempt everyone!
Already looking forward to Spring? Pitlochry Festival Theatre launches the countdown with 30 events in the Winter Words Festival, 13-16 February, celebrating Stories, Scotland and the Natural World, and hot-wiring the nation’s literary year into new life.
The world’s most prestigious mountain film festival returns to Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Saturday, 18 January – two weeks earlier than the usual time - with two different screenings of extraordinary, action-packed collections of short films, 2pm and 7pm – a must-see for anyone with a spirit of adventure!
Applications are now open to join the Perthshire Plays Playwriting Group. The creation of the Group follows consultation with writers at a New Writing Open Day at Perth Theatre in November.
It’s time to Deck The Halls, now the long-awaited festive show, A Christmas Carol has burst onto the stage at Pitlochry Festival Theatre over the weekend, in a trumpet call of live music, traditional carols, a maze of Christmas trees and some ghostly goings on!
Pitlochry Festival Theatre enlisted the help of young designers from Pitlochry Primary School to create wonderfully colourful and striking posters for the much-anticipated, festive show, A Christmas Carol, which opened Thursday, 21 November.
As rehearsals got well underway for Isobel McArthur’s new adaptation of A Christmas Carol at Pitlochry Festival Theatre - opening Thursday, 21 November, 7pm - star of stage, and both large and small screens, Colin McCredie, took time out to talk to us about finding his inner Scrooge!
We are delighted to reveal the cast for our festive feel-good tale A Christmas Carol which opens Thursday, 21 November, 7pm. Playing the pivotal role of Scrooge is Perthshire acting legend Colin McCredie. Colin is best known for playing D.C Fraser in over 75 episodes of Taggart for STV. He...
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is excited to be hosting Breaking the News, the multi-award winning topical comedy panel show, which will be filming there next Thursday, 7 November 3pm, in the auditorium. Tickets are FREE and can be reserved on the BBC website here. Please note they cannot be booked through the...