Whats on at Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Pitlochry Festival Theatre, founded in 1951, is one of the finest attractions in the local area. Known as ‘Scotland’s Theatre in the Hills’ - the theatre shows a wide selection of plays ranging from farce and comedy to tragedy, catering for appreciative audiences which return every year to enjoy this theatre's special strengths. 


In addition to performances in the main auditorium the main season also features regular Foyer events, Concerts, Art and Craft demonstrations and pre-performance entertainment. And there is now a full winter season programme.

By the banks of the River Tummel, their theatre has a most beautiful setting. You can fairly often take in two different plays on the same day and in 3 days it is possible to see 3 plays if you plan. Additional entertainments during the season includ concerts, poetry, writers' talks, creative workshops and playdays. Backstage tours are also available during the main season.

There is a Bar and Coffee Bar and an excellent licensed Restaurant.

New for 2010—2011 winter season, Pitlochry Festival Theatre presents ‘Cinderella’, from 2 December 2010 to 1 January 2011.  With fantastic sets, amazing costumes, a large cast of colourful characters and heaps of theatrical stardust, PFT's first ever panto is sure to be a Christmas cracker.

Get the latest Pitlochry Festival Theatre shows and programmes, and book tickets on line.

www.pitlochry.org.uk

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Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017 summer season

Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017 summer season

The 2017 Summer Season runs from the 26th May through to the 14th October and promises to be the most unique yet, with another six spectacular plays on offer.

High Society by Arthur Kopit
Mary Rose by J.M Barrie
People by Alan Bennet
Absurd Person Singular by Alan Ayckbourn
The Ruling Class by Peter Barnes
Europe by David Greig