Stirling and the Central Highlands

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  • 1. Macrobert Arts Centre

    On the campus of the University of Stirling, this arts center has a theater, gallery, and cinema with programs that range from films to pantomime....

    On the campus of the University of Stirling, this arts center has a theater, gallery, and cinema with programs that range from films to pantomime. It's off the A9 as you're heading toward Bridge of Allan.

    West Link Road, Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, Scotland
    01786-466666
  • 2. Perth Concert Hall

    The city's main concert venue hosts musical performances of all types....

    The city's main concert venue hosts musical performances of all types.

    Mill Street, Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH1 5HZ, Scotland
    01738-621031
  • 3. Perth Theatre

    Receiving a major face-lift of its Edwardian building in 2017, this respected repertory theater presents a varied theatrical program as well as musical events....

    Receiving a major face-lift of its Edwardian building in 2017, this respected repertory theater presents a varied theatrical program as well as musical events.

    185 High St., Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH1 5UW, Scotland
    01738-621031
  • 4. Pitlochry Festival Theatre

    This theater regularly hosts exciting and innovative programs, including Sunday concerts and art exhibitions. It has a café and restaurant overlooking the River Tummel....

    This theater regularly hosts exciting and innovative programs, including Sunday concerts and art exhibitions. It has a café and restaurant overlooking the River Tummel.

    Port Na Craig, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5DR, Scotland
    01796-484626
  • 5. Tolbooth

    Built in 1705, the Tolbooth has been many things: courthouse, jail, meeting place. At one time the city's money was kept here. Today it serves...

    Built in 1705, the Tolbooth has been many things: courthouse, jail, meeting place. At one time the city's money was kept here. Today it serves as an entertainment venue, an art gallery, and a 200-seat theater for concerts and performances of all kinds. The bar is open for performances. It has retained its traditional Scottish steeple and gilded weathercock, and a newer tower lets you survey the surrounding country.

    Broad St., Stirling, Stirling, FK8 1DE, Scotland
    01786-274000

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