As temperatures sizzle in the Perthshire Highlands, it’s the perfect time to think about, getting away from it all to the stunning riverside surroundings of Pitlochry Festival Theatre. So, get on the Pitlochry Bus and hit the road for the happiest, hit-filled Summer Holiday – the all-singing, all-dancing, feel-good musical...
Fancy performing on the Pitlochry stage? Pitlochry Festival Theatre is on the hunt for additional community cast to join the professionals on stage this coming Summer Season, in the much-anticipated, world première of Elizabeth Gaskell’s beloved book, North And South, opening later this summer in August and September.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is pleased to announce it will present its first spring production in 2020. Pitlochry have teamed up with the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh to co-produce Neil Simon’s romantic comedy, Barefoot In The Park - 12 to 29 March.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s new 17-strong, actor-musician ensemble (pictured) gathered together at the famous Pitlochry stage to celebrate the launch of another spectacular Summer Season at the Perthshire Powerhouse.
Conservationist, award-winning TV presenter, anthropologist, author and public speaker, Saba Douglas-Hamilton, arrives at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Friday, 19 April, 7.30pm to tell all about her Life With Elephants - living and growing up in Africa, and working with some of the most endangered life on the planet.
Europe’s No. 1 Country Music show, The Legends Of American Country rides into Pitlochry for a fantastic night of Country classics this coming Saturday, 6 April, 7.30pm with all the greats together on one stage, to excite and delight Country music fans.
The multi-award-winning and Scots Trad Music awards nominees, Old Blind Dogs take to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre stage this Friday, 5 April, 7.30pm, to carry us storming into the weekend.
This Friday, kick off the weekend with Sandie and Danny and the whole ramalamadingdong at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, 29 March, starting at 7.30pm with a special screening of the iconic, best-loved movie, Grease. But this is a screening with a difference!
Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, Black Is The Color Of My Voice is a one-woman, short play with stunning vocals, returning to Pitlochry Festival Theatre, following a sell-out performance last year. But this time the show presents a double bill – followed up in the second half by...
Pitlochry Festival Theatre is the first stop on the UK tour of He Writes the Songs – The Manilow Songbook on Saturday, 16 March, 7.30pm. There will be hit after hit to revel in with this tribute to the one and only Barry Manilow.