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After a braw day of festive fun on Saturday the party will certainly not end there with Sunday gearing up to be a brilliant day of live music from local artists. Sunday 18th November will see two stages in Horsecross Plaza and King Edward Street fuelled by amazing Perthshire...
Local bands and artists, street entertainment, chocolate & gin, Ad Lib, Santa's Grotto, a fun fair and a few celebs thrown in the mix makes for one brilliant weekend of festive fun in Perth. Dare I even mention which celebs are coming to Perth for the light switch-on, I’m sure...
The Council has supported free festive parking initiatives for a number of years, and the weekend offer, which was first introduced in 2017, followed feedback from local businesses.
The Hamish Matters Festival will commence Wednesday 7th and run until Saturday 10th November. In its second year running the festival seeks to celebrate the life of Hamish Henderson, Scottish poet, songwriter, soldier and intellectual.
Perth Playhouse has been our cinematic home for years now. There’s a sense of nostalgia every time you go to visit, it’s been there our whole lives. Most of us have been lucky enough to have frequented a lot, catching all of our favourite new releases. It goes without...
Picture this: tinnies of Tennent's and pots of tea. It’s October, it’s wet, but inside a small cafe in Perth unfolds a night of poetry, stories, spoken word and music. Welcome to Blend In, Stand Out everybody. Perth is a place of booming culture and creativity right now. A...
On Saturday 20th October The Sandemans (and special guests) are set to host a charity night, armed with huge Perthshire business and community support. A story I have been putting off writing about, for the sake of not having to tell Perth again. I don't think I have the...
The award-winning Enchanted Forest sound and light show is ploughing £6,000 into the event to improve accessibility for wheelchair users and disabled customers.
A new nationwide grants scheme is touring the country looking for people with great ideas on how to tackle the rising problem of malnutrition in older people.
Colin Somerville 33 years old, a ScotRail Alliance train conductor in Perth, has his legs waxed last week to raise money for MND Scotland.
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