ALL the Arts
ONE Amazing Festival
For ten days in May, Perth Festival of the Arts becomes the highlight in Scotland’s cultural calendar and brings some of the finest international and national performers to Perth. With performances in Perth Theatre, Perth Concert Hall and other venues across the city, the annual Festival features the best in classical music, opera, theatre, rock, folk, jazz, comedy, dance and contemporary visual art.
After sell out performances in Glasgow and Ayr, Leah MacRae is returning to a Scottish theatre near you!!
Join the star of BBC’s River City, Gary Tank Commander and the huge hit stage comedy 51 Shades Of Maggie as she delves into the hilarious pages of her Big Fat Fabulous Diary. With stories including Cleaning Cupboard First Winch, The Hold In Pants Naked Truffle Shuffle some hysterical comedy songs and a belting ballad or two this show is one NOT to be missed!
Chambers Touring Ltd Presents
Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things. Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love. But they’re just jokes – they are not the terrible things.
Having political correctness at a comedy show is like having health and safety at a rodeo. Now you’ve been warned, buy a ticket.
MZA and CHiLL Productions present
If you’re a gin, he’s a tonic! Join Craig as he pops his cork to toast his 20th solo show – this is one fun mixer that will keep you fizzy all the way to the bottom!
Fresh from making his solo debut on New York’s off-Broadway, Craig’s in the pink this year, channelling his best Bertie Bassett, turning 50 shades of gay, and proving it takes Allsorts to make the world go round in his bubbly, fun new show. Cheers!
Renowned all over the world for his cheeky, irreverent and high-octane performances, Craig’s tours are firmly established as one of the best nights out around. His razorsharp wit and unsurpassed audience rapport provide the perfect blend for a brilliant night of pure, unadulterated comedy – we are delighted to welcome him back to Perth Theatre after far too long away.