A Perthshire Theatre is urging its audiences to support it as it vies for a top national title.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Audiences at Pitlochry Festival Theatre will be transported to Chicago, Rydell High School and the Land of Oz over the coming months.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre has taken the wraps off its action-packed summer schedule.
Dr Christopher Grant, who was a GP in Pitlochry for 35 years, has died aged 91.
A poignant true story set in 17th Century Iceland awaits visitors to the Winter Words Festival at Pitlochry Festival Theatre tomorrow. Broadcaster and author Sally Magnusson will talk about her debut novel, The Sealwoman’s Gift, a reimagining of the plight of the women and children involved in a 1627 Icelandic pirate raid.
A top line-up of authors, film-makers, adventurers and journalists has been unveiled for the 14th Winter Words literary festival, which opens next month in Pitlochry.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre will have big shoes to fill following the decision by its artistic director to step down after 15 hugely successful years.
A new after-dark bus service could reinvigorate Perth's flagging nightlife and provide a lifeline for revellers in rural parts of the region.
To many, Richard Briers is the Monarch of the Glen – a cantankerous but lovable relic of Scotland’s past.
It’s another opening, another show (sorry, wrong show) as the curtain goes up on the latest summer season at the Theatre in the Hills – and it’s another musical blockbuster, writes Peter Cargill.