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Sep
5
Thu
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 5 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 6 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
6
Fri
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 6 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 7 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
7
Sat
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 7 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 8 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
8
Sun
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 8 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
9
Mon
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 9 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 10 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
10
Tue
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 10 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
11
Wed
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 11 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
12
Thu
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 12 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
13
Fri
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 13 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 14 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
14
Sat
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 14 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 15 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
15
Sun
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 15 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 16 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
16
Mon
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 16 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 17 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
17
Tue
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 17 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 18 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
18
Wed
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 18 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 19 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
19
Thu
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 19 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Sep
20
Fri
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Sep 20 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 21 @ 7:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

For the puritanical folk of Salem, Massachusetts, the news that their young women have been conjuring spirits in the forest is devastating. It means the devil is amongst them. And the devil must be hunted down and driven out, whatever the cost. Fear and suspicion spirals quickly out of control, unleashing a murderous powder keg of accusations, hysteria, lust and revenge. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play is one of the most powerful pieces of 20th century theatre.

Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, when the US government persecuted its citizens for being communists, this parable of politics, religious fervour and fear is a masterpiece which still resonates in the 21st Century.

Dec
6
Fri
2019
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens at Pitlochry Festival Theatre @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Dec 6 all-day
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens at Pitlochry Festival Theatre @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

A bright, bold new adaptation of the Dickens classic – one of the most loved yuletide stories ever written. In one ghostly, Christmas night, miserly businessman Ebenezer Scrooge receives a series of unexpected supernatural visitors who are determined to show him the error of his ways. Scrooge learns to pity himself and to love his neighbour – but is that enough? A fantastic, festive tale of redemption and compassion packed with feel-good festive music and song, dancing and joy.

Rejoice with us in the Christmas spirit! Isobel McArthur is one of Scotland’s brightest, new writing – and acting – talents, who was last seen on Pitlochry’s stage in the award-winning The Monarch Of The Glen. Now she focusses her creative talents to rediscover the heart of Dickens’ timeless tale.

SINBAD – Perth’s Family Panto @ Perth Theatre
Dec 6 all-day
SINBAD - Perth's Family Panto @ Perth Theatre

Ahoy there Panto lubbers!

It’s all aboard the good ship Perth Theatre for high seas high jinks with Sinbad and crew for our 2019 family panto!

Dec
7
Sat
2019
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens at Pitlochry Festival Theatre @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Dec 7 all-day
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens at Pitlochry Festival Theatre @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

A bright, bold new adaptation of the Dickens classic – one of the most loved yuletide stories ever written. In one ghostly, Christmas night, miserly businessman Ebenezer Scrooge receives a series of unexpected supernatural visitors who are determined to show him the error of his ways. Scrooge learns to pity himself and to love his neighbour – but is that enough? A fantastic, festive tale of redemption and compassion packed with feel-good festive music and song, dancing and joy.

Rejoice with us in the Christmas spirit! Isobel McArthur is one of Scotland’s brightest, new writing – and acting – talents, who was last seen on Pitlochry’s stage in the award-winning The Monarch Of The Glen. Now she focusses her creative talents to rediscover the heart of Dickens’ timeless tale.

SINBAD – Perth’s Family Panto @ Perth Theatre
Dec 7 all-day
SINBAD - Perth's Family Panto @ Perth Theatre

Ahoy there Panto lubbers!

It’s all aboard the good ship Perth Theatre for high seas high jinks with Sinbad and crew for our 2019 family panto!

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