Perth Drama Club’s nomadic existence has come to an end after finding a permanent home at Perth College UHI’s Goodlyburn Theatre.
The club is “getting its act together” for October 19, when Perth and Kinross Provost John Hulbert will attend the first dress rehearsal in the new venue.
The enthusiastic amateurs will perform three one-act plays on October 20, 21 and 22 The Reunion, Politics in the Park and You Don’t Know Me.
Winning critical acclaim for the club, You Don’t Know Me, written by local playwright Carolyn McCole, achieved third place in the Scottish Community Drama Association Festival this year.
Perth Drama Club, a registered charity, has been entertaining crowds since the Second World War.
The group has designed and launched its first website, which is proving extremely popular and contains useful information regarding membership, future productions and ticket sales.
Vice-president Barry Tweed said: “Now that the nights are beginning to draw in, let us brighten up your evenings with our productions at this fantastic venue.
“I would urge everyone to book early, as we expect a big demand for the limited amount of tickets available for this one-off spectacle.
“We would be delighted to see members of the public supporting this hard-working and dedicated team.”
Tickets are available at Concorde Music Store, Scott Street or perthdramaclub.co.uk.
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