HARD TIMES – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Greg Powrie can be seen in Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s production HARD TIMES which opens on the 1st of September 2016 along with current productions CAROUSEL and THARK.

A thrilling, moving and ultimately uplifting story of betrayal, sacrifice and redemption, Dickens’s great novel of the triumph of the imagination over the brutality of the new industrial age is brought vividly to life in Stephen Jeffreys’ magnificent adaptation.


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