Perth Theatre

Perth Theatre
185 High Street, Perth, PH1 5UW
  • Box office 01738 621031
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  • Website www.horsecross.co.uk
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Following a £16.6 million major renovation in 2016-17 by architect Richard Murphy, Perth Theatre has a restored and listed auditorium, reinstated upper tiers and the addition of an orchestra pit. The project also created a 200-seat studio theatre. Lifts now offer improved access to all levels.

It is the home of Perth Youth Theatre.

Parking is available on Mill Street with daytime charges and a car park on Kinnoull Street.

Events at this venue

There are 11 events at this location

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Between the Crosses

Between the recorded interviews, between the military records, between the silence, this new play explores a soldier’s untold emotional journey.

Thu 24 May

£15 / 01738 621031

  • 18:45

Donald Maxwell: Farewell Tour

The opera singer highlights some of the musical milestones of the last 40 odd years.

Fri 25 May

£10–£18 / 01738 621031

Part of Perth Festival 2018.

Emma Johnson's Clarinet Goes To Town

Emma Johnson traces the roots of traditional American jazz whilst paying tribute to some of the greatest clarinettists of all time – Sidney Bechet, Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw – with the help of John Lenehan (piano) and Paul Clarvis (percussion).

Wed 23 May

Times to be confirmed / £10–£20 / 01738 621031

Part of Perth Festival 2018.

An Evening of Eric and Ern

Renditions of famous comedy sketches drawn from Morecambe and Wise's most loved routines

Thu 24 May

£10–£20 / 01738 621031

Part of Perth Festival.

Fred MacAulay

On 19th May 1988, a young(ish) Fred MacAulay made his stand-up debut at the Mayfest 'So You Think You’re Funny' competition in Glasgow with 5 minutes of his own comedy material. Much of what Fred talked about that night was about his (VERY) young family coupled with his wry observations about society and politics.

Sat 9 Jun

£15 / 01738 621031

Fred MacAulay: 30 Years On

The veteran comic celebrates three decades in the business.

Sat 9 Jun

£15 / 01738 621031

  • 20:00

Jimeoin: Ridiculous

Refining a lost art of the commonplace, Jimeoin is a comic with a delightful sense of the absurd and a uniquely low-key style.

Thu 7 Feb 2019

£17 / 01738 621031

Perth Festival of the Arts

Music, comedy, theatre, dance and visual arts are all up for grabs at this festival.

Wed 23 May

prices vary / 01738 621 031

  • 10:00 – 23:00

Thu 24 May

prices vary / 01738 621 031

  • 10:00 – 23:00

Fri 25 May

prices vary / 01738 621 031

  • 10:00 – 23:00

Sat 26 May

prices vary / 01738 621 031

  • 10:00 – 23:00

Ricky Ross

Deacon Blue frontman plays some Deacon Blue classics and some of his solo hits.

Fri 8 Jun

£26 / 01738 621031

Roddy Woomble

Woomble has established a formidable back catalogue of contemporary folk solo work. Now he's performing enchanting songs from his latest solo album The Deluder. Born in Ayrshire, Roddy came to prominence as lead singer in indie rockers Idlewild – known for albums 100 Broken Windows, The Remote Part and…

Mon 1 Oct

£16 / 01738 621031

Val McDermid interviewed by Fred MacAulay

The popular crime writer talks about her work.

Sat 26 May

£10–£12 / 01738 621031

Part of Perth Festival.

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