Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Many visitors come to the area purely to enjoy the special entertainment at Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Killiecrankie Hotel is an ideal venue to stay for a few days while visiting the theatre.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre has one of the largest ensemble of actors in the UK and provides theatre-lovers with the unique opportunity to see up to six different world-class productions in a week.
The Theatre runs a rolling repertoire of six or seven plays throughout the main Summer Season and a whole host of other entertainment all year round.
With a classic repertoire, exceptional production standards and brilliantly designed sets and costumes, Pitlochry Festival Theatre is a modern cultural phenomenon set within the gorgeous countryside of Highland Perthshire.
Summer Season 2017
In 2017, you can expect Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s internationally-renowned production standards; intricate, lavish costumes, highly skilled ensemble of actor-musicians and beautifully detailed and perfectly painted sets, created by our fabled workshop teams.
Loved by visitors from here in the UK and abroad for the warmth of our Highland welcome and our spectacular location, as well as for the outstanding quality of our productions.
There is a different show every night of the week – two on matinee days! This means you can literally stay three days and see four plays. Or stay two nights and see three plays..
This year’s seven plays are:
- High Society
- Mary Rose
- The Ruling Class
- Absurd Person Singular
- Singin’ In The Rain
For details of our great Theatre Packages see here:
Theatre Break Packages
During the winter the Theatre runs an award-winning Active Arts programme of Workshops and Masterclasses which is packed with popular activities. For instance:
- Photography, including digital photography
- Painting and drawing classes
- Floral design
Lunch and/or refreshments plus basic materials for each course will be available.
For more information on this season’s plays and events, visit the PFT web site:
Pitlochry Theatre Web Site