Forget the West End. Who needs all the smoke and grime, when you can watch the musical that has sizzled audiences the world over, right here, in the stunning surroundings of Pitlochry Festival Theatre. To a chorus of fingernail and foot-tapping, mass anticipation, Chicago opens this Friday, 25 May, 8pm.
We're delighted by the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) nomination for Peter Arnott’s adaption of Compton Mackenzie’s novel The Monarch Of The Glen, which played at the theatre last autumn.
A summer of events designed with children and families in mind, kicks off this month at Pitlochry Festival Theatre. On the first Sunday of every month the theatre is presenting regular Children’s shows, starting this coming weekend, Sunday, 6 May at 2pm, with Puppet Anima and Adventures From The Odyssey...
Pitlochry Festival Theatre announces its 2018 Summer Season acting company Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s new 17-strong acting ensemble (pictured) recently gathered all together on stage, to celebrate what promises to be another spectacular Summer Season at Scotland’s Theatre in the Hills.
Carol Klein, one of the most familiar gardening experts working in the media today, takes an audio-visual, horticultural stroll through the seasons at Pitlochry Festival Theatre this Sunday afternoon, 29 April, 3pm.
When Pitlochry Festival theatre asked its audiences and the wider community what kind of activities they would love to have a go at, one of the most resounding answers was a Show Choir! And so, within a few months of recognising the demand, PFT are launching exactly that. The new,...
Riding a wave of sell-out gigs across Scotland, Scots Trad Awards Live Act of the Year, Skipinnish crash into Pitlochry Festival Theatre this Friday, 13 April, 7.30pm. From Inverness to Edinburgh, from Stirling to the famous Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow, every show has been full and audiences have been going wild!
Pitlochry Festival Theatre have programmed a series of events designed with children and families in mind this Easter break. Easter Sunday falls on April Fool’s Day, an appropriate date for contemporary circus clowning and slapstick comedy from One Man Shoe, 1 April, 11am. A beautifully crafted children’s show, it brings...
Pitlochry Festival Theatre present an outstanding concert to deliver 100 minutes of 1970s rock nostalgia this weekend, with The Spirit Of Bad Company & Free, Saturday, 31 March, 7.30pm