Pitlochry Festival Theatre is the stylistic equivalent of a West End producing theatre set against a
picture-postcard backdrop of rolling Perthshire hills
  • Port Na Craig

    Pitlochry,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH16 5DR

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Pitlochry Festival Theatre

The ‘Theatre in the Hills' has an international reputation for the high quality and scale of its productions, drawing over 100,000 visitors from through the UK and abroad every year to enjoy a unique repertoire system which allows visitors to see a different show every night of the week - two on matinée days!

Pitlochry Festival Theatre was established in 1951 and originally housed in a tent, it now occupies a beautiful building in a magnificent setting on the banks of the Tummel River, surrounded by the spectacular hills and mountains of Highland Perthshire.

Holly MacDonald

When we all come together to produce the amazing small city food and drink mags, that's a proud moment -  we don't call ourselves the A-team for nothing!

Cain Martin

Cain Martin is a freelance Graphic Designer based in Glasgow that helps up with design work and to do our printed food and drink magazines.

Colin McSloy

It’s great to go out with a friend, have a few drinks, watch some great live music and get to call it work!

Alice Gall

Alice Gall is our resident small City Family Columnist and is always going out and about in Perth and wider Perthshire reviewing family activities!

Skinny Molly- Sweet Home Alabanter!

Our music reviewer Colin headed to the wilds of Kinross to see Skinny Molly play Backstage at the Kinross Green Hotel.  Southern Rock abounds!

Abby Gordon

This week we catch up with beauty therapist, business owner extraordinaire Abby Gordon!

Wild Mushroom Soup

This week Gill tells us how to make a delicious creamy wild mushroom soup with cep mushrooms and garnished with a creamy swirl of natural yoghurt!

Fair City Enduro Training Guide

Prep with our resident enduro enthusiast for a day of mud and adrenaline-fueled fun and extreme mountain biking

Alan Gorrie : Soul star’s still singing his home town’s praises

You can take the boy out of Perth, put him on the world stage, applaud his dizzying success, and yet it seems you can't take Perth out of the boy.

Curtain goes up on script writing showcase

Let's not be overly dramatic here, but a new venture launching at Perth Theatre has the potential to open up a whole new world to you. If you've ever