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.
Installation or performance? The audience decides…
Ellie Stewart’s story of faked identity tours to Speyside to warm welcome.