Child-friendly interpretation of a cautionary tale
Pitlochry Festival Theatre brings theatre into the community by delivering an ambitious adaptation of Gaskell’s novel that just falls short
An engaging and fast-moving musical that guarantees a good night out
A poetic and absorbing drama of old allegiances and new beginnings.
A charming homage to wartime classics brilliantly performed by Pitlochry’s ensemble.
Pitlochry’s festival ensemble deliver strong performances and highlight why The Crucible is still relevant.
A refreshing production of Noël Coward’s witty comedy written to cure wartime woes.
A dance show orchestrated for those with dementia that brings sunshine into a rather fractured and aggressive world
The future looks bright for new AD Elizabeth Newman as this talented cast bring sunshine to the Highlands (even on a rainy day).
After an inspirational Royal Albert Hall concert by a group of musicians with learning disabilities, Mary-Ann Connolly asks why the same can’t happen here.
Despite an admirable supporting cast, this musical adaptation is more theme park than West End.
A stunning double bill delights Highlands audience!
Wren’s production is full of fun, fantasy and family-friendly entertainment.
Fab-u-lous! Brilliant comic timing and faultless technique from drag ballet troupe
Artistry and storytelling woven with faultless ease.
A lack of structure and plot let down this powerful set of female circus performers.
Gridiron’s tale of a romantic culture clash is funny in parts but is it a strong enough story?
Faultless performances make this hotly-anticipated revival of Rona Munro’s play worth the wait.
Literary delight and madcap performances at Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Terrific choreography and musical numbers delivered by talented ensemble.
A sweet treat for matinee audiences in Pitlochry.
Karine Polwart’s much-travelled piece puts in an appearance at Eden Court.
Superb production of Jim Cartwright’s classic comedy
It’s who dun wot? in spoof thriller at Eden Court.