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Tribute To Dirty Dancing
The perennially popular An Evening of Dirty Dancing: The Tribute Show returns to Pitlochry Festival Theatre this Saturday 25 February, 7.30pm. In its 7th record-breaking year of touring the UK and internationally, the show is a fully choreographed, highly interactive concert celebration of the music from the iconic movie.
Read more 24/02/2017
RANT Fiddlers Make Pitlochry Debut
Four of Scotland’s finest fiddle players take to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre stage this Friday 24 February at 7.30pm. RANT, who were nominated in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2014, released their self-titled debut album in 2013, winning the talented quartet a Herald Angel Award.
Read more 21/02/2017
TV Presenter Nicholas Crane - At PFT for one night only!
Pitlochry Festival Theatre welcomes familiar TV face Nicholas Crane from Coast on Saturday 18 February, 7.30pm to talk landscapes, countryside and British cities.
Read more 16/02/2017
Vince Cable at Winter Words
Winter Words festival goers are in for a treat on Thursday 16 February, 7.30pm when one of Britain’s most successful and highly regarded British politicians takes to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre stage.
Read more 13/02/2017
Mountain Cafe to visit Winter Words festival
It’s one of Scotland’s best-loved cafés, having earned its stripes as the place for locals, tourists, climbers, bikers and skiers to eat in Aviemore, and now The Mountain Café is sharing the secrets of its favourite dishes in its new, debut cookery book.
Read more 10/02/2017
Adrenaline-fueled launch for Winter Words!
The famous Winter Words literary festival kicks off this Friday 10th February at Pitlochry Festival Theatre. The festival promises another jam-packed programme – expect adventure, crime, poetry, music, politics and much, much more!
Read more 08/02/2017
Banff Mountain Film Returns
The world’s most prestigious mountain film festival returns to Winter Words on Saturday 11 February with an extraordinary collection of short films – a must-see for anyone with a spirit of adventure!
Read more 03/02/2017
Submit your questions for panel discussion
On Friday 17th February, Alex Massie (Scotland Editor for The Spectator), Gerry Hassan (columnist for The Guardian) and Nicola McEwen (Professor of Politics at the University of Edinburgh) take to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre (PFT) stage for a discussion on the challenges that face Scotland, looking forward to a future...
Read more 31/01/2017
Popular Literary Lunches Return to Winter Words!
The popular Literary Lunch sessions are back for Winter Words 2017 at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, with Catherine Czerkawska kicking things off on Thursday 16th February at 12.45 pm!
Read more 26/01/2017
Bring your story to life at Winter Words Workshop!
Winter Words’ jam-packed programme draws literary fanatics from all over the country every year to be inspired and enlightened – and those with a flair for writing may be interested in the Playwriting Workshop on offer every day between Monday 13 and Thursday 16 February – could you be the...
Read more 23/01/2017
Annual celebration of the Bard at PFT
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is set to host another of their popular annual celebration of the loves, poetry and song of Scotland’s honoured bard, Rabbie Burns, on Saturday 28 January at 7.30pm.
Read more 19/01/2017
Deadline Looming for Writing Competition
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is inviting storytellers from across Scotland to conjure up a tale of fearies, folklore and the supernatural for their annual Fearie Tales competition as part of the 2017 Winter Words Festival.
Read more 16/01/2017
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