Pitlochry Whats On Guide December 2019

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.

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November 2019

Winterwatch Safari

15 November 2019 @ 9:30 am - 1 March 2020 @ 5:00 pm

15th November to 1st March, 0930 & 1300hrs
Winterwatch Safari
Highland Safaris, Aberfeldy, Perthshire PH15 2JQ
No Question – magical moments! Head high into the hills and experience this sub-Arctic Wilderness. Search for elusive White Hares, Ptarmigan and Red Deer. Cosy into a our heated bothy set within this magical landscape. Includes: Tea/Coffee/Hot Chocolate & Shortbread. Duration: 2½ hours. Winter Watch runs in conjunction with our other Safaris and Events. Booking is essential. Check our website for Winterwatch Safaris details. Tel: 01887 820071

March 2020

Barefoot In The Park at Pitlochry Festival Theatre

12 March @ 8:00 am - 29 March @ 5:00 pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre

12 to 29 March, 2020
Barefoot In The Park
Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Port-Na-Craig Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5DR
A romantic comedy about love, life and living together. In a break from rehearsing Summer Holiday and The Crucible in Pitlochry’s Summer Season, PFT’s Artistic Director Elizabeth Newman, who will direct the play, said: “We are thrilled to be making Barefoot in the Park with the Royal Lyceum Theatre next year. Neil Simon is famous for so many great comedies that have delighted audiences for decades. There’s no denying that Barefoot In The Park played on Broadway for 5 years because it is a totally joyous story. Neil Simon also decided to celebrate passionate women in this play. The incredible woman at the centre of this comedy is Corie. She is a glorious free-spirit striving to experience, like so many people, a full and happy life. She wants her marriage to Paul to be filled with love but faces some (recognisable!) bumps along the way. It’s also very funny and perfect for conjuring up that springtime feeling, when everything seems afresh and new and brimming of possibility. The kind of feeling that makes you want to run barefoot in Pitlochry or Princes Street Gardens! Set in glorious Manhattan, we promise that the production will be fresh and fizzy with fun sixties tunes and even a few jives and a couple of twists for audiences to enjoy”Kris Bryce, PFT’s Executive Director said: “Our production is expected to bring an additional 6,000 visitors to the area in a quieter period of the year.” Box Office Tel:- 01796 484626

May 2020

Etape Caledonia

17 May @ 6:30 am - 3:00 pm
Etape Caledonia 2020 closed road cycle event

Sunday 17th May – The first wave leaves at 6.30am.
Etape Caledonia
Pitlochry, Tummel, Rannoch, Aberfeldy
Etape Caledonia attracts up to 3600 cyclists to Pitlochry and the surrounding area, is set to go ahead annually until 2023. It starts and finishes in Pitlochry. It is a mass participation cycling event offering two route options for riders: An 85 mile route – The course is on closed roads beginning and concluding in Pitlochry. The course consists of rolling hills and forest-lined roads around Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel, combined with the demanding, twisting climb of Mt Schiehallion (1,083m). 40 mile route – The course is on closed roads beginning and concluding in Pitlochry. A 40 mile route take you left away from the 85 mile route at Loch Tummel and then South towards Coshieville, round to Aberfeldy before you finish back in Pitlochry. You can contact the organisers by email on etape@limelightsports.com or call them on 0845 680 8838

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