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Autumn/Winter 2021 is announced!
We are delighted to announce our Autumn/Winter 2021 Programme. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre Programme for this Autumn and Winter has something for everyone.  After our hugely successful Summer Programme, we wanted to offer you some fantastic opportunities both virtual and live, to experience some fantastic shows.
Read more 21/09/2021
Pitlochry Festival Theatre to thank NHS workers with free tickets
Up to 4 free tickets available for Alice in Wonderland World As a thank you for all their amazing work over the last 18 months, Pitlochry Festival Theatre are offering all NHS workers up to 4 free tickets to Alice in Wonderland World, the theatre’s exciting new interactive, visual, and...
Read more 17/08/2021
Support from the Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund
Pitlochry Festival Theatre (PFT) can today announce it will receive £485,112 through round two of Creative Scotland’s £12m Performing Arts Venue Relief fund, directed to ensuring the Theatre’s solvency, and supporting it to make work to reach as many people as possible, of all different ages, during this period of instability.
Read more 05/08/2021
Pitlochry to close Summer Season 2021 with The Covid Requiem
Pitlochry Festival Theatre announces it will close its Summer Season with the Première of Jo Clifford and Lesley Orr’s The Covid Requiem, from 15 to 17 September, a beautiful and poignant new promenade production commissioned by the theatre, which will see a ceremony performed to mourn and celebrate the lives and stories of those...
Read more 04/08/2021
New Chekov adaptation to Premiere at Pitlochry
For just four performances between 19 August and 10 September, Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s open-air amphitheatre will host the première of Smoking is Bad for You, Elizabeth Newman’s new adaptation of Anton Chekov’s amusing and moving monologue, On the Harmful Effects of Tobacco.
Read more 28/07/2021
Pitlochry audiences to see a new side to Jekyll and Hyde
Hannah Lavery's new adaptation retells Stevenson's classic Gothic tale on the dual personality of human nature, Jekyll and Hyde, from yet another side - the perspective of the women who occupy the peripheries of the original story.
Read more 22/07/2021
Premièring this week on Sound Stage: Gary McNair's Black Diamonds and the Blue Brazil
The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and Pitlochry Festival Theatre, in association with Naked Productions and the Stephen Dunn Theatre Fund are delighted to present the world premiere of Black Diamonds and the Blue Brazil. A story of community spirit, fatherhood and the trials and tribulations of Cowdenbeath Football Club, it is set against the...
Read more 19/07/2021
Alice in Wonderland brought alive in a magical, sight and sound adventure!
In Wonderland, anything can happen! From 17 July – 12 September, the beautiful gardens of Pitlochry Festival Theatre are set to come alive when the acclaimed Perthshire theatre and Fèis Thatha team up to bring to life the characters from Lewis Carroll’s cherished tales, Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking...
Read more 16/07/2021
A Night by the River Tay, nine new works from leading Scottish playwrights - premières at Pitlochry
Starting on Thursday 14 July and performing on just 10 dates over five weeks, Pitlochry Festival Theatre will premiere A Night by the River Tay, a series of live performances of their hugely successful online project, Shades of Tay – our Love letter to Scotland, written by some of Scotland’s best-known playwrights.
Read more 14/07/2021
Sound Stage premières Sophia - life of Scotland’s first practising female doctor
Pitlochry Festival Theatre, The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh in association with Naked Productions are delighted to present, on Sound Stage, from the 27-29 August the world première of Frances Poet’s new play Sophia based on the life of Sophia Jex-Blake, Scotland's first practising female doctor.
Read more 12/07/2021
Announcing three finalists of the Musical Commissioning Hub with Capital Theatres
Along with Capital Theatres, Pitlochry Festival Theatre launched a brand-new Musical Commissioning Hub to create exciting new Scottish musicals last November. Today we announce the three finalists selected from the first round of applications.
Read more 08/07/2021
This Friday join Mr. Toad, Mole, Ratty and Badger on their spectacular summer adventure!
This Friday family audiences will be able to join Mr. Toad, Mole, Ratty and Badger on their fun-packed adventures in the Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s must-see, family, summer stage production of Kenneth Grahame’s enduring story of friendship, courage, consequence and bravery – The Wind in the Willows.
Read more 28/06/2021
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