Perth & Kinross Events

The city hosts a wide variety of events across the year – we look forward to welcoming you to Perth!

Jun
13
Thu
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 13 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 13 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
14
Fri
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 14 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 14 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
15
Sat
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 15 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 15 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
16
Sun
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 16 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 16 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
17
Mon
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 17 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 17 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
18
Tue
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 18 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 18 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
19
Wed
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 19 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 19 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
20
Thu
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 20 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 20 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
21
Fri
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 21 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 21 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
22
Sat
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 22 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 22 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
23
Sun
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 23 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 23 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
24
Mon
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 24 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 24 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
25
Tue
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 25 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 25 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
26
Wed
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: Summer Holiday @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 26 all-day
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: Summer Holiday @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

During a wet Scottish summer, Pitlochry bus driver Don whisks his workmates away on a borrowed bus, in search of sunshine and fun in Athens! Along the way, the boys pick up a stowaway, rescue stranded singing trio Do-Re-Mi and fall in love! One of the most popular movies of the 60s, immortalised by Cliff Richard and The Shadows, make sure you jump on board to sing along with the happiest, hit-filled, feel-good musical of your summer holiday.

Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 26 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 26 @ 8:00 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.

Jun
27
Thu
2019
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: Summer Holiday @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 27 all-day
Pitlochry Festival Theatre: Summer Holiday @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

During a wet Scottish summer, Pitlochry bus driver Don whisks his workmates away on a borrowed bus, in search of sunshine and fun in Athens! Along the way, the boys pick up a stowaway, rescue stranded singing trio Do-Re-Mi and fall in love! One of the most popular movies of the 60s, immortalised by Cliff Richard and The Shadows, make sure you jump on board to sing along with the happiest, hit-filled, feel-good musical of your summer holiday.

Springwatch Safaris with Highland Safaris @ Highland Safaris
Jun 27 @ 6:30 am – 9:00 am
Springwatch Safaris with Highland Safaris @ Highland Safaris

No Question – One of our best Safaris! Capture the magic & enjoy early morning wildlife – a perfect time to experience the noise & drama of the dawn chorus as our moors and glens come to life. Fantastic photographic opportunities and knowledgeable guides. Includes a delicious Scottish breakfast at the end and refreshments on safari.

Booking is essential.

Duration 2 ½ hours.

Duchess Kitty Exhibition: The story of women’s suffrage @ Blair Castle
Jun 27 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Duchess Kitty Exhibition: The story of women’s suffrage @ Blair Castle

The story of Scotland’s first female MP, is the story of how society changed to allow women to have the vote. The Duchess affectionately known as Kitty, a petite beauty and talented musician. She visited Blair Castle in 1896 and stole the 8th Duke’s heart.

Blonde Bombshells of 1943 By Alan Plater @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 27 @ 8:00 pm
Blonde Bombshells of 1943 By Alan Plater @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Band leader Betty is in trouble. Her glamorous, all female 8-piece band has finally landed a big-time BBC performance on the wireless, but various illicit liaisons with the yanks have depleted their ranks

Based on the BAFTA-winning, TV film starring Judi Dench, this show is guaranteed to raise your spirits with stunning, live vocal and musical performances of hits by Glenn Miller, The Andrews Sisters, George Formby, Fats Waller and more, with all the glitz and sparkle of a by-gone but not forgotten era. With songs Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree, Loch Lomond, T’ain’t What You Do, Goodbye-ee, Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye

Pitlochry Festival Theatre: The Crucible by Arthur Miller @ Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Jun 27 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 27 @ 8:00 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.

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