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 Perform in Perth

Scottish Charity Number: SC010789
Affiliated to the British & International Federation of Festivals for Music, Dance and Speech.
Patron: Her Majesty the Queen




The dates of the 2019 Perthshire Musical (Competition) Festival are:

Friday 1st to Saturday 16th March



The 2019 Perthshire Musical (Competition) Festival is being held in several Perth venues.  The Scottish Country Dancing and the Baton Twirling are to be held in Glenearn Community Campus Hall, which has tiered seating for over 350 and features an excellent wooden floor which is ideal for the dancers.  The piping classes and all the Gaelic classes are also in Glenearn Community Campus.  Parking is available to the rear of the building with disabled parking close to the entrance.

The largest choirs, orchestras and bands will be in Perth Concert Hall

The remainder of the classes will be split between St Leonardís-in-the-Fields Church, and the AK Bell Library Theatre, now known as the Soutar Theatre after local poet William Soutar.   

St Leonardís-in-the-Fields Church, which is the imposing building on the corner of Marshall Place and Scott Street, has on-street parking nearby and cheap long-term parking at the South Inch Car Park.  Disabled access is via the Scott Street ramp.  

The AK Bell Library Theatre, now known as the Soutar Theatre after local poet William Soutar http://www.williamsoutar.com/  There is a small car park adjoining (pay and display) and the nearest big car park is at Thimblerow, off the Old High Street. Within the library building is a small cafť, which serves hot and cold drinks, soup, sandwiches and a selection of cakes and biscuits.  


Closing Date

The closing date for entries for the 2019 Perthshire Musical (Competition) Festival is Friday 18th January, 2019 Late entries can be accepted up to Friday 25th January, 2019, provided a surcharge of £10 is added per late entry.


Current Syllabus

  • The current syllabus is available free of charge from:

The Concorde, Scott Street, Perth
Tel. 01738 621818

  • The syllabus is also available to download from the website.

The syllabus is available to download in pdf form. 
You will require Adobe Acrobat in order to read it.
This is available free of charge.

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Festival Programme

The festival programme will be available to purchase in Concorde (see above) and patrons will also be able to collect their programme there in advance of the festival.
The programme will also be available to purchase at any of our festival events, £3.