Looking for a great way to cheer up this October? For me, Perthshire is THE place to go and it’s very simple why – the Enchanted Forest, an internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning sound and light event is back!
If you haven’t experience it yet, head to Faskally Woods and Loch Dunsmore, located just outside Pitlochry, between 4 – 27 October to see this traditional son et lumiere show set against an atmospheric forest backdrop to the accompaniment of an original music score.
This year’s theme is entitled Absorb and you can expect incredible visuals featuring innovative designs of spheres and round shapes.
Follow a number of dimly lit paths created by Scottish lighting designers Kate Bonney and Simon Hayes, all illuminated with different coloured orbs to show you the way, take in a sweeping light show to the sound of a stirring orchestral score by RJ McConnell in collaboration with composer Jon Beales and experience the Enchanted Forest’s WOW factor.
Feeling the magical vibe already and want to take a sneaky peek? Check out the video:
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, it’s one of the highlights of Scotland’s autumnal calendar and no stranger to the Scottish Event Awards, grabbing Best Cultural Event earlier this year.
Tickets are flying out the door faster than ever, so make sure you don’t miss the chance to experience this extraordinary event and book now. And if you’re a budding photographer, why not send in your photo @enchantforest or #EnchantedForest for your chance to win a voucher for a photography kit and to have your image displayed as a special exhibit in Perth Museum and Art Gallery’ Big Roots Exhibition, which features images of big trees from the local area?
Perthshire’s ‘Big Tree Country’ is a hive of activity in the autumn with a fascinating range of things to see and do, from the magnificent display of autumn colours in the mountains, moorlands and forests to beautiful lochs, adventurous activities and attractive wildlife, not to mention the pretty towns and villages and friendly locals.