Perth Festival of the Arts Visitor Information

Event Venues

Our performances  are broadcast from  venues across Perth City centre.

The Festival hub spans Perth Concert Hall and Perth Theatre, both on Mill Street in Perth.

Our ArTay Marquee and Scottish Opera’s Pop-up Opera Roadshow trailer are in the plaza of Perth Concert Hall.

Perth Concert Hall

Perth Concert Hall is a modern space with a stunning auditorium and capacity of 1,186 seated.

Perth Theatre

The newly-reopened and refurbished Perth Theatre is a historical building that boasts an Edwardian auditorium and studio theatre space. The Theatre is our home for many drama, comedy, music and other performances during the Festival run.

St John's Kirk
of Perth

The Festival also runs daily schools’ concerts and other choral and instrumental performances St John’s Kirk in St John’s Place.

Perth Museum and Art Gallery

Enoy our 50th Anniversary Exhibition at the Perth Museum & Art Gallery running 10am-5pm daily throughout the festival (except Mondays/ Tuesdays)


Perth Theatre Studio

The Joan Knight Studio inside Perth Theatre is a intimate studio space and hosts many of our more drama and music events. 


St Matthews Church

Enjoy the splendour of St Matthew's Church for our 2022 Cross Trust Artists of the Year concert.


Perth Cathedral, St Ninian's

The glorious Perth Cathedral, St Ninian's on North Methven Street will host Tommy Smith's acoustic solo saxophone concert.


St Paul's Church

The stunning outdoor plaza of St Paul's Church, St Paul's Square, will be home to our outdoor concert with Perthshire Brass. 


Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the Frequently Asked Questions about Perth Festival of the Arts. If you have a different question, send an email to info@perthfestival.co.uk or message us on Facebook or Twitter.

Festival Information

Where to dine and stay

Perth is a historic city overlooking the River Tay and has an incredible range of restaurants, cafes, hotels and attractions. If you’re coming to the Festival, why not take in a show, a dinner and an overnight stage? A perfect evening, or even better, a perfect weekend in Perthshire.

Restaurants

There are several restaurants in the city that offer pre-theatre menus. Here are some ideas:

Award-winning 63 Tay Street overlooking the River Tay.

Perth Concert Hall Glassrooms Café and Perth Theatre both have restaurants offering pre-show menus.

Our other venue St John’s Kirk sits in the heart of Perth’s café quarter. From there you can easily reach Willows Coffee Shop or Café Tabou.

Hotels and B&B

Parklands is a boutique townhouse hotel and provides Perth with an unbeatable combination of quality accommodation and two highly regarded restaurants.

Stay at the award-winning Holiday Inn Express Perth during the festival. The Holiday Inn Express has 81 modern, en-suite bedrooms. With hot breakfast included, free parking and great transport links, it is the place to stay in Perth.  

The Royal George Hotel on George Street is a favourite of Perth Festival goers and just around the cover from our venues.