Award-winning venue Perth Concert Hall offers a wide range of shows from across the arts, including live music, art exhibitions, conferences and community events. The Scottish venue is known for promoting national artists as well as well-known world-class acts to Perth. Perth Concert hall is run by Horsecross Arts Limited, along side Perth Theatre.
Perth Concert Hall first opened in 2005, with performances from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Belle & Sebastian. Since then, Perth Concert Hall has enjoyed a range of shows and artists such as Mike and the Mechanics, Naturally 7, Paul Carrack, Barbara Dickson, Wet Wet Wet and many more. Its sister venue - Perth Theatre, also runs a stunning range of theatre productions.
One of the most prominent features of the programme at Perth Concert Hall is the Perth Concert Series of Scottish Orchestras. Audiences flock to the venue to see the range of classical music, opera, ballet, comedy and rock, pop, folk, and country gigs.
The venue has a flexible 1,200 seat concert hall which has floor lifts - making it easy to switch between flat floor layouts and raked seating. The flexible design of Perth Concert Hall lends to its diverse programming, winning the venue a Scottish Design Award for Best Building for Public Use.
Perth Concert Hall has level access and lifts to all levels. The hall is also fitted with an induction loop, and has FM Headsets. You can find a walkthrough video on their site or organise a touch tour. The organisation also has sensory backpacks for those with autism, down syndrome, anxiety, dementia or feel the need for extra support.