High Society In High Demand!

Advance ticket sales for Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s (PFT) flagship production of Cole Porter’s musical High Society, which opens PFT’s Summer Season on 26th May (8pm), are at fever pitch. The extraordinary speed and volume of ticket sales has delighted staff at the wonderful Theatre in the Hills, as tickets are selling much faster than PFT's previous smash-hit musicals Carousel, Hello, Dolly! and My Fair Lady, amongst others.

Whether it’s a combination of PFT’s international reputation for delivering excellent, high end musicals on a scale unmatched by any other Scottish producer, or the scintillating score and hit songs written by Cole Porter, or the excellent offers and savings for Early Bird and Group bookers (expiring this Saturday, 8th April), the message from the Theatre is clear: book now to ensure you get the best seats at the best prices.

Four performances are already SOLD OUT and a further six dates have less than 90 seats left, so if you want to see this brilliant show, click here or call PFT’s Box Office today on 01796 484 626 and get your seats while you can!

The story. . .

For the socialites of New England, it will be the Wedding of the Year: seven hundred guests, magnums of Veuve Clicquot and the beautiful, sophisticated Tracy Lord as the bride-to-be. And the groom?

According to the invitations, that honour goes to self-made man, George Kittredge. And even if George is, well, not quite from the top drawer - and a little dull - his upright character perfectly matches Tracy’s reputation as a paragon of virtue.

But then on the eve of the nuptials, Mike Connor, a down-at-heel reporter from one of New York’s scandal sheets, turns up to cover the wedding. And this rugged ‘man of the people’ is immediately smitten with the divine Miss Lord . . .

Even worse, Tracy’s first husband, the charming playboy, C. K. Dexter Haven, also drops in unannounced. Their marriage may have ended tempestuously, but Dexter is
still dangerously attractive . . .

Add an estranged father, a confused mother, a meddling younger sister, an amorous uncle, a lovesick photographer, a not-so-hushed-up family scandal, mix well - and you have the makings of a very potent cocktail indeed . . !

The message is simple: get your tickets today to avoid disappointment! Call 01796 484 626 or book online by clicking here.

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