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.
The repertory wizards at Pitlochry Festival Theatre already have four shows up, running in parallel and receiving fabulous reviews. Now show number five is on its way! Opening Thursday, 25 July, with the first preview performance at 8pm, the last magical touches are being applied to Heritage, hotly-acclaimed and award-winning playwright,...
A partnership forged from acoustic roots and the love of a strong melody, Jinksi return to Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Tuesday, 23 July, 8pm: two highly gifted guitarists and musicians, in a rare, one-off appearance, performing a fusion of folk, country, and pop in an intimate River Room gig.
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...