Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Port Na Craig, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5DR
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On the banks of the river Tummel, on the outskirts of Pitlochry, Scotland's theatre in the hills produces a programme of shows.

Housed in a tented structure when it started in May 1951, the current building was designed by James Dunbar-Naismith and opened in May 1981.

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BalletLORENT: Rumpelstiltskin

  • Directed by: Liv Lorent
  • Written by: Liv Lorent

The story of Rumpelstiltskin is retold by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, directed by Liv Lorent and narrated by Ben Crompton. Ages 7+.

Sat 24 Mar

£10–£20 / 01796 484626

  • 14:00 – 16:00

Carol Klein: Life in a Cottage Garden

Join acclaimed plantswoman and bestselling author Carol Klein for an audio-visual stroll through the seasons in her glorious cottage garden.

Sun 29 Apr

£19.50 / 01796 484626

Jay Rayner: The Ten (Food) Commandments

Jay Rayner presents an evening of important food rules.

Sun 6 May

£19.50 / 01404 384050

One Man Shoe

When the headline act fails to show up, Jango,a bumbling theatre caretaker, is suddenly thrust into the limelight and embarks on a hilarious journey of highly crafted and heart-felt silent comedy, magically realizing his dream of transforming into a star! Jango Starr’s unique style of silent physical theatre includes…

Sun 1 Apr

All tickets £6.50 / 01796 484626

Part of Puppet Animation Festival.


Award-winning dance company and Sadler’s Wells partner prepares for national tour Multi-award-winning dance theatre company ballet LORENT is preparing for its 2018 national tour presenting an original adaptation of the classic fairytale ***Rumpelstiltskin***. Following the critically acclaimed Rapunzel (2012-2015)…

Sat 24 Mar

£10–£20 / 01796 484626

Reviews & features

The Home Season: Pitlochry Festival Theatre

9 Jul 2009

As the curtain comes down on another packed season of theatre in the Central Belt, and with the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe waiting in the wings, it’s worth casting an eye over the superb series of Scottish plays currently running at Pitlochry…

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