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The Enchanted Forest Returns after Pandemic Disruption

The Enchanted Forest welcomed hundreds of visitors back to the Faskally Wood, Pitlochry last week for the opening night of this year’s show, with over 80,000 guests expected over its run.

The show is celebrating its 20th anniversary and returns this year following a two-year enforced hiatus, with its show Together, which has been inspired by the public mood that is being enjoyed after the long period apart cause by Covid.

Nela Popovic, the executive director of The Enchanted Forest Community Trust, said: “We’re over the moon that The Enchanted Forest is back after such a long break.”

“We have been determined to create a show that is the best yet. A real celebration of two decades of delivering a magical experience for everyone who comes back to visit us time and time again.”

“The team have worked hard to create a truly original experience where people, young and old, can set their imaginations alight. This year’s event includes all the innovation and showstopping moments that we have come to expect from our creative partners, and it has been fantastic to see the joy in the faces this evening of our first visitors as they have walked around the woods and immersed themselves in The Enchanted Forest experience.”

The show, which is running from until the 30th of October, is led by the event management agency Wavemakers Live, a collaborative process between Ian Greenhill and Rux Dragan at Studio Something and composers and sound engineers Jon Beales and Rachel Cullen, with technical production for the show provided by Catalyst Event Production Services.

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