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  • Local singers can lend their voices to the 10th Southern Fried Festival

    Submitted by pdochard@horsec... on Wed, 2017-06-14 11:26

    Perth’s Southern Fried Festival is looking for local singers to form the Southern Fried Voices choirs and perform at this year’s event alongside professional musicians and artists including Cyndi Cain, Stuart Nisbet and The First Ladies of Country. 
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    Southern Fried Festival tickets on sale now!

    Submitted by pdochard@horsec... on Mon, 2017-06-05 10:30

    Nick Lowe, Loudon Wainwright III and Beth Nielsen Chapman headline the tenth Southern Fried Festival which will also feature Andy Fairweather Low & The Hi Riders and an all-star cast of singers in Rock ‘n’ Roll Music: The Songs of Chuck Berry, as well a celebration of Canadian artists.

    Named Scottish Event Awards Best Small Festival 2014, the Southern Fried Festival takes place in Perth Concert Hall and other city centre venues from Thursday 27 until Sunday 30 July. 

  • Security procedures

    Submitted by pdochard@horsec... on Thu, 2017-05-25 11:17

    In light of this week's tragic event in Manchester, we have undertaken a thorough audit of our security procedures. 

    Our primary concern as always is the well-being and security of our audiences, customers and staff. We regularly review and update our procedures and practices with advice from Police Scotland and other agencies to ensure we do all we can to be as safe as we can be. 

  • One minute's silence at 11am today

    Submitted by pdochard@horsec... on Thu, 2017-05-25 10:24

    Please note that we will be observing one minute's silence in Perth Concert Hall at 11am today, Thursday 25 May, out of respect for all those who lost their lives in Monday's attack in Manchester. 

  • Nigel Kennedy

    Tickets still available for Perth Festival of the Arts

    Submitted by pdochard@horsec... on Tue, 2017-05-23 11:45

    As Perth awaits news about its UK City of Culture bid, the 46th Perth Festival of the Arts launches on Monday 15 May with a sparkling but intimate concert featuring Nicola Benedetti and pianist, Alexei Grynyuk at Perth Concert Hall. Nicola will play Brahms’ Violin Sonatas. Her performance will be followed by a rare opportunity for the audience to pose any questions they may have to one of the world’s premier violinists. Another of the world’s great exponents of that instrument, Nigel Kennedy, is set to perform on Sunday 21st May.

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