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What’s on Pitlochry & Highland Perthshire

Pitlochry is a busy stop-off point for tourists heading north into the Highlands. Built on the banks of the River Tummel, with Ben Vrackie as a backdrop, the town has an idyllic setting. You can take a leisurely walk along the river and through the woods around Loch Faskally, climb the serious hill of Ben Vrackie, or take a short tour of Scotland’s Edradour Distillery (Scotland’s smallest) where you can sample a dram of this very good malt.

area highlights

2nd April 2015, Pitlochry:

Hotel California, a six piece ensemble of musicians, perform their spectacular and critically acclaimed new show that will give you a concert experience of 100 minutes of pure Eagles nostalgia.

3rd & 4th April 2015, Pitlochry:

Award-nominated Immersion Theatre and the critically-acclaimed Cambridge Touring Theatre join forces to present a spectacular musical adaptation of the classic tale, The Wind in the Willows.

7th & 8th August 2015, Perthshire:

Combining an agricultural show with a traditional Highland games, this event takes place by the River Tay surrounded by glorious countryside.

22nd August 2015, Perthshire:

A traditional, friendly gathering located in beautiful Highland Perthshire, near Pitlochry, Blairgowrie and Glenshee.

12th September 2015, Perthshire:

Pitlochry Highland Games has been hosting competitors and enthralling spectators since 1852.

Easter, then May- September, Perthshire:

Situated in the former village school, the museum explores the heritage created by previous generations.

11th June - 14th October 2015, Pitlochry:

Alan Bennett’s award-winning play from 1999 is a fascinating, true-life story of a complex relationship, an experiment in tolerance and a unique tale of British eccentricity.

20th August - 14th October 2015, Pitlochry:

Pyrenees is written by David Greig, widely regarded as Scotland’s greatest living playwright.

4th June - 16th October 2015, Pitlochry:

Alan Ayckbourn’s 2005 comedy is a dazzling, hilarious exploration of what can happen when you let your imagination run wild.

16th July - 16th October 2015, Pitlochry:

A ‘Trivial Comedy For Serious People’, The Importance Of Being Earnest is perhaps the finest comedy ever written.


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