The Pitlochry Festival Theatre often referred to as the “Theatre in the Hills”, is an essential feature for people living in or visiting Highland Perthshire. On offer is a broad range of productions all year round with a café-bar as well as stunning views by the river. The productions on offer at the theatre often receive plaudits year on year, and there’s always something to suit everybody’s tastes, to ensure you are well catered for.
The summer season of 2017 is currently well underway and is running through to the 14th of October. There are six fantastic productions for people to view right now – 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 and Europe by David Greig. The Pitlochry presents a different play each day, and this only serves to enhance the experience for visitors.
Ticket prices for shows vary, but they are very reasonably priced from £16 through onwards, depending on seats and the time of the showings. You can even make a group booking of 8 people + and your tickets will be reserved for up to 4 weeks, meaning you don’t have to pay for them straight away.
There are an excellent restaurant and bar on site to cater for your every need, providing a superb pre-theatre dining experience. Most produce is locally sourced and is always fresh. So, you can take in an unmissable show, eat great food and enjoy glorious rivers views all at an affordable rate. It’s not one to be missed.