PERTH WIND AND FIRE 2
Perth’s first LGBTQ+ club night is back and better than ever!
Hosted by Perth’s First lady and very own drag queen, Scarlet Skylar Rae, she will be joined by some of Scotland’s top queens; Genacyde, Buschie Fandango and many more of hottest acts for a compelling drag show!
The Venue is the place to go on a Friday night, with the best tunes and cocktails in town. Join us for a night of pride, 90s anthems as the upstairs is transformed into an LGBTQ+ Club.
Girrrrl Let your charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent shine! Everyone is welcome, especially our straight allies. Come and shake your bootie with us!
• 19:30 Doors open
• 20:30 Show starts
• 22:30 Take it to the dancefloor!
• 03:00 Sashay, away.
Stay tuned, as more details about the acts taking the stage will be announced soon!
All ticket sales from the event will be donated to Perthshire Pride -the charity that brought you Perth’s first Pride event. Perthshire Pride will be coming back next year for a memorable celebration taking over the entire city!
Over 18s only.
Join us the last Friday of every month at Pitlochry’s must see whisky bar. Welcome drink on arrival for the event on May 31st. Open 5pm – 8pm. Drams from £3 and Cocktails £6. Come and join us for some after work refreshments and great malts.
Stage two of the Women’s Tour Of Scotland.
Glasgow to Perth
The race will leave George Square in a neutralised fashion at 11h15 and the peloton will start serious racing as they pass Lamb Hill on the A879 heading towards Aberfoyle and the Trossachs.
First sprint of the day is at 37.8kms outside the Trossachs information centre at Aberfoyle.
Immediately after comes the only Queen of the Mountains climb of the day at Dukes Pass, which will split the field and create fast open racing as the peloton head towards Perth.
Sprint 2 is Strathyre Post Office (71km) and the final sprint of the day is in Crief High Street (110km).
The final 30kms are flat and will make for fast racing before the peloton sweep into Tay Street, Perth to finish opposite the Council Chambers. 15h00
Caledonia Cup Finals Day vs. Perthshire Rugby
Location still to be confirmed
Join in the Ghoulish parade in your best fancy dress. Brave the Zombie Maze and the Tents of Terror – if you dare! Thrills and screams for all ages.
Disability Equality Scotland is hosting a roadshow on the topic of rural bank closures.
The aim of the event is to discuss the closures of banks in rural areas and the impact this will have on disabled people. The event will include presentations and group discussions.
The event will take place on Thursday 30 May at St Matthew’s Church, Tay Street, Perth, PH1 5LQ. Bookings for this event can be made here.
A historic moment for Perth, celebrating the end of Perthshire Rugby’s 150th anniversary season, a fantastic free community event. All welcome and family friendly.
Perthshire Rugby President’s Invitational XV v Army in Scotland
Captained by Scotland International and leading 7s ace try scorer, James Fleming, Perthshire Rugby’s invitational team will be comprised of great players that currently play & have played for the club in the past.
150 years ago Perthshire Rugby played their 1st game on the North Inch against Royal Scots Greys. The Army in Scotland have agreed to come along to Perth & play in this game to celebrate this commemorative achievement.
Bar opens 6pm
Kick off 7pm
Followed by family ceilidh by fantasic Skara Ceildh from 8.30pm
Celebrate the Patron Saint of Scotland with our iconic Scottish Market and fantastic live Scottish Music. The day finishes with a pipe band parade through the city.
Join Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust for two days of traditional buildings skills demonstrations in Perth City Centre ranging from stone carving to craft painting & decorating. Members of the Fife and Tayside Traditional Buildings Forum, apprentices, lecturers and building professionals will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate the skills used to maintain and repair historic buildings in Scotland.
This CPD on fire safety management will be delivered by Mike Coull. Whether you are starting out in a buildings related career, looking to refresh your conservation knowledge, encounter historic buildings as part of your work portfolio, or have limited knowledge of the best conservation practice to employ on a project, this is the CPD programme for you.