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 . . !

After our smash-hit production of Kiss Me, Kate in 2010, PFT returns to the genius of Cole Porter with a large cast, a fabulous swing band and some great songs (including True Love, Let’s Misbehave, Well, Did You Evah! and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?) for the Scottish première of this witty, sparkling, high energy musical! 

Additional Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead
Based on the play The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry
 | Also based on the Turner Entertainment Co. motion picture High Society

“It’s another musical blockbuster. . . superb cast, ever-enduring numbers . . . the musical contribution is of the highest calibre”

The Courier

“A sparkling performance”

The Times

“It’s hard to fault the sheer ambition and energy of the show [with] a cast of 17 dancing and singing their hearts out”

The Scotsman

“A swell party and a fabulous performance”

The Sunday Herald

“a beautiful performance… with well-loved songs [and] slick choreography”

Across The Arts
star star star star

“A class act on every level”


Joanna Lucas


Serena Giacomini


Margaret Preece


Irene Allan


Ian Marr


Jack Wharrier


Elliot Fitzpatrick


Ewan Petrie


Valerie Cutko

Margaret Lord

Sara Clark-Downie

Dinah Lord

Helen Mallon

Tracy Lord

Mark Faith

Uncle Willie

Alex Scott-Fairley

C.K. Dexter Haven

Cameron Johnson

Mike Connor

Rebecca Elise

Liz Imbrie

Alan Mirren

George Kittredge

Dougal Lee

Seth Lord

  • Creative Team

    Director John Durnin

    Set & Costume Designer Adrian Rees

    Lighting Designer Wayne Dowdeswell

    Musical Supervisor Jon Beales

    Choreographer Chris Stuart-Wilson

    Sound Designer Paul Hoolahan

    Dialect Coach Lynn Bains

    Stage Manager Kate Schofield

    Deputy Stage Manager (book) Marianne Forde

    Assistant Stage Manager Heather Saunderson

  • Musicians

    Keyboards I Jon Beales

    Keyboards II Stuart Watson

    Reeds Philip Alexander

    Trumpet & Flugelhorn Eoin Tonner

    Trombone & Euphonium Tom Smith

    Percussion & Kit Pete Murch

    Violin Mark Wilson

    Double Bass Mario Caribe

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