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Free Transport & Discounted Tickets Offer

All Derrybeg residents are offered free transport to and from the Theatre from Derrybeg

If you're planning a visit to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre for the 2023 summer season, we can provide the discount code on receipt of booking your stay at Derrybeg.

You should be aware that tickets for the Pitlochry Festival Theatre's summer season tend to sell out quickly, so it's important to book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Visit the Pitlochry Festival Theatre for the 2023 Summer Season

Pitlochry Festival Theatre is one of Scotland's most beloved theatrical institutions, offering a diverse and exciting program of shows, performances, and events for audiences of all ages. The theatre is located on the edge of the River Tummel on the outskirts of Pitlochry – an area known for its stunning natural beauty.

The Pitlochry Festival Theatre was founded in 1951 and has since become a cornerstone of Perthshire’s cultural scene. The theatre boasts stunning gardens, and an array of performance spaces, including a main auditorium, a studio theatre, and an outdoor amphitheatre. The theatre is known for its commitment to producing high-quality, engaging, and diverse theatre, and for its dedication to supporting emerging and established artists from Scotland and beyond.

The 2023 summer season at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre promises to be one of the most exciting yet, with a packed program of shows, performances, and events spanning a range of genres and styles. Some of the highlights of the season include:


Gypsy – 19 May to 30 September
Book by Arthur Laurents

A Streetcar Named Desire – 2 June to 30 September
By Tennessee Williams

Brief Encounter – 16 June to 29 September
By Noël Coward

Group Portrait In a Summer Landscape – 25 August to 28 September
By Peter Arnott


The Maggie Wall – 9 June to 28 June
By Martin McCormick

The Great Replacement – 3 to 8 July
By Uma Nada-Rajah

To The Bone – 18 August to 29 September
By Isla Cowan

Forever Home – 11 to 16 September
by Pauline Lockhart and Alan Penman


The Secret Garden – 7 July to 19 August
By Frances Hodgson Burnett

Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Lipstick, Ketchup and Blood – 1 September to 22 September
An Adaptation by Lesley Hart