Pitlochry What's On Events
The Pitlochry What's On Guide is full of events and activities in the Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Dunkeld, Pitlochry, Rannoch and Tummel areas from guided walks, theatre events, shows, highland games, lots of music all in one place. The Pitlochry What's On is produced monthly.
Below is a list all of the upcoming events in Pitlochry area covering the towns of Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Dunkeld, Kenmore, Rannoch and Tummel.
Down load Whats On Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire November 2017 - updated from time to time by the owners themselves when they want to offer you something new: Click on the image below for this month's events in a PDF.Submit your Event
3rd Saturday of every month April to December.
Pitlochry Market, Pitlochry Business Centre, Armoury Road, Pitlochry PH16 5AP.
Local Traders, Produce and Crafts. Located just past the putting green on the way to the Dam Visitor Centre. Telephone: Alex: 07809 542883 or Jimmy: 07850 238300 E-mail: email@example.com
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Every Fri, Sat and Sun 17th Nov to 24th Dec.
Victorian Winter Wonderland
Queens View, By Pitlochry PH16 5NR
Queens View transformed into a Victorian Wonderland set amidst the pine forest overlooking Loch Tummel. Can you think of anything more magical with real snow, Christmas gift stalls, Santa will be there, cafe. 01796 474188
Fri 17 to Sunday 19 November
Heartland Film Festival
Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy
Eight great films, there are bound to be some you will enjoy seeing, run by the Heartland Film Society. Down load the HFS Film Festival 17 to 19 November 2017 films. Anyone is welcome to HFS screenings but become a member any time for just £10.00 / £5 for 15-18 year olds and get 12 months of reduced prices on all HFS films at The Birks plus free DVD loans of HFS films and all the benefits of belonging to a friendly film society www.heartlandfilmsociety.org
Friday 24th 9PM
Jono at The Old Mill Inn
The Old Mill Inn, Mill Lane, Pitlochry
A singer/songwriter from Glasgow playing a mind-blowingly eclectic mix of hits, old and new. He has been compared to Paolo Nutini and Kelly Jones (Stereophonics). T: 01796 474 020 www.oldmillevents.co.uk | www.theoldmillpitlochry.co.uk
Saturday 25th 9PM
Howling Radio at The Old Mill Inn
The Old Mill Inn, Mill Lane, Pitlochry
Glasgow’s music collective, playing uplifting versions of classic 60’s/70’s songs. T: 01796 474 020. www.oldmillevents.co.uk | www.theoldmillpitlochry.co.uk
26th November 2.30 pm
The Black Prince of Perthshire
The Birks Cinema, 1 Dunkeld St, Aberfeldy PH15 2DA
This is a niche film but also has a direct link to the local history of Perthshire. The Black Prince (of Perthshire) had strong ties to Highland Perthshire moving to the Area in 1855 part of the time living at Castle Menzies. Duleep Singh and Bamba had six children. Their first born, died tragically and is buried in Kenmore Churchyard, where Sikhs from around the world come to remember him.
The Black Prince is an exquisitely photographed and sumptuously designed period drama with a tiger’s bite as it offers an insight into a controversial chapter of shared British Indian colonial history. Telling the story of The Last king of the Punjab. In early adulthood Maharajah Duleep Singh is torn between two cultures and secures begrudging permission from Queen Victoria to meet his real mother . She soon awakens him to his original Sikh faith and culture, which sets him on a dangerous quest to challenge the British Raj and free his people. Tickets £10 Tel:- 01887 822845 Also direct with the Birks Cinema
Screenplay By Betty Comden and Adolph Green | Songs By Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Port Na Craig, Pitlochry PH16 5DR
Stars of the silent screen, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont, are the toast of Tinseltown, their romantic chemistry adored by movie-goers and studio bosses alike – even if, when not in front of the camera, neither is the other’s greatest fan. But the arrival of the revolutionary ‘talkies’ threatens to fatally undermine the duo’s partnership, not least because Lina’s speaking voice can start dogs howling half a mile away. . . So if Lockwood And Lamont are to remain the public’s idols, they will have to master this new technology. And that means something will have to be done about Lina’s voice! Believed by many to be the best movie musical ever made, Singin’ In The Rain is still celebrated for its stunning song and dance routines and the magical on-screen relationship between its stars, Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds. Now adapted for the stage, this exuberant, funny, joyous and warm-hearted musical features all the songs from the classic 1952 MGM film, including Make ‘Em Laugh, Good Mornin’, You Were Meant For Me, You Are My Lucky Star, and of course, the immortal Singin’ In The Rain.
Destined to be yet another unforgettable PFT winter musical, Singin’ In The Rain will send all the family home with a smile on their face, a song in their heart and a twinkle in their toes – whilst wondering just how we did that . . . Box Office on 01796 484626
This year the Pitlochry Christmas Festival will be bigger than ever, planned to compliment the opening weekend of the winter production ‘Singing in the Rain’ at Pitlochry Festival Theatre and the Christmas Tree Festival at Pitlochry Church of Scotland. It all starts at noon and will culminate in the ‘official’ switch on of the Christmas tree lights outside Fishers Hotel at 4.30pm. There will be Festive stalls throughout the town. A programme of children’s sparkly activities. A visit from Santa. Atholl Leisure Centre Christmas games. Festive Art competition and exhibition for school aged children. Entertainment contributions from a magician, the Pipe Band, Choirs and local schools. Shop/restaurant window display competition. Many special discounted offers on the day to be found in local shops. Festive lunch menus in local cafes and restaurants. Fishers Hotel Winter barbeque. For more details firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed 3 to Friday 5 Jan 2018
Wee Adventures Christmas New Year holidays
Wee Adventures, West Borlick Steading, Aberfeldy, Perthshire PH15 2EA
Winter adventures in the outdoors are often hampered by the thought of shorter days, colder weather and the never-ending task (fight?!) of pulling on jackets and hats and gloves and scarves and boots. So, getting outside might not be at the top of your agenda over the winter months but that’s the very reason that we all just need to dress up warmly and get out there to enjoy some exercise, play and fresh air as often as we can. There’s nothing quite like a winter adventure in the cold crisp air in the Aberfeldy and Pitlochry area!