Ahead of the first Spring production opening at Pitlochry Festival Theatre next week, 12 March, 7pm, stars of the show took time out to answer quick questions around the themes in Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park: “What’s your most romantic memory?”, “Do opposites attract?” and, “What’s the most spontaneous...
Pitlochry Festival Theatre offers further two special concerts this weekend, 28 and 29 February with, hot from theatreland, Mad About Musicals, and regular, sell-out Pitlochry favourites, Pasadena Roof Orchestra, both at 7pm.
After an acclaimed stage performance of North and South last year, Pitlochry Festival Theatre is once again on the hunt for community cast to join the professionals on stage this coming Summer Season. And this year, the theatre is looking for you to get your dancing shoes on and join...
Pitlochry Festival Theatre offers a two concerts weekend 21 and 22 February, with Thank You For The Music – The Ultimate Tribute to ABBA, and drop into the Grand Ole Opry with Islands In The Stream and the music of Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers both at 7pm.
As the 16th annual Winter Words Festival kicked off a fantastic first day at Pitlochry Festival Theatre on Thursday, 13 February, one of Scotland’s best-loved treasures, rugby fan-favourite, and something of a national legend, Doddie Weir, brought the house down with laughter in a packed auditorium, and filled out the...
Pitlochry Festival Theatre are delighted to announce the launch of the 2020 Poetry Competition for Shades of Tay, in partnership with John Muir Trust and sponsored by The Highland Book Prize, 3.30pm Saturday, 15 February.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre offers a bumper crop of concerts this coming weekend, 6-8 February, with Big Girls Don’t Cry, celebrating the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Masters of the House, a feast of well-loved songs from the movies, musicals and more, followed by a journey through the songs and...
For the very first time, The Lyceum and Pitlochry Festival Theatre join together to present Neil Simon’s joyful comedy Barefoot In The Park – about love, life and living together - and are thrilled to announce a superb cast for this first collaboration.
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!