Summer at Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Pitlochry’s “theatre in the hills” 2015 Summer programme is now here and available for you to view. With 6 wonderful yet wonderfully different productions...
From Sondheim to Somerset Maugham, Ayckbourn to Wilde and David Greig to Alan Bennett, the 2015 Season showcases the work of some of the finest ever creators of drama, comedy and musical theatre from England, Scotland, Ireland and the USA.
Building on the outstanding success fom PFT we are sure that the 2015 Season will bring productions to suite every theatrical appetite.
A Little Night Music Starting Friday 22nd May 2015
This 1973 Broadway classic performed by a large cast of talented actormusicians, promises to be the most elegant, romantic PFT musical yet!
Improable Fiction Starting Thursday 28th May 2015
Alan Ayckbourn’s 2005 comedy is a dazzling, hilarious exploration of what can happen when you let your imagination run wild. If you enjoyed the hugely popular A Chorus Of Disapproval in 2013, then this is the one for you!
Home And Beauty Starting Thursday 4th June 2015
This is a high energy, sharp-asa- tack comedy of morals, manners and marriage by one of the greatest playwrights and novelists of the interwar years. Don’t miss this rare revival of a classic period comedy!
The Lady In The Van Starting Thursday 11th June 2015
If you enjoyed our production of Habeas Corpus in 2008, you’ll love this acclaimed, thoroughly entertaining play from one of Britain’s – and PFT’s – best loved playwrights. an experiment in tolerance and a unique tale of British eccentricity.
The Importance Of Being Earnest Starting Thursday 16th July 2015
This is perhaps the finest comedy ever written. Wilde’s sparkling masterpiece, a distinctly satiric tale of wealth, status and identity in late Victorian England, brings to a lavish climax PFT’s nine year journey through Wilde’s four great plays, which began with A Woman Of No Importance in 2006. Can there be a better way to spend a Summer afternoon or evening?
Pyrenees Thursday Starting 20th August 2015
This is a mysterious, tense, thought-provoking drama that questions the very meaning of identity. David Greig is widely regarded as Scotland’s greatest living playwright. Following on from his last play to appear at PFT - Outlying Islands, in 2008.
To catch all these gems, why not Stay 6 Days, See 6 Plays, Save 6 Ways? This year PFT have created special ticket offers for those who visit regularly, to ensure you see more for less! These offers are available for a limited time only!
For more details, show dates and price options, please call the Box Office: 01796-484626 or visit www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com