Girls Night Oot 2022
Karaoke, drunken tiffs and shots of Tequila makes this A BELTER OF A GIRLS' NIGHT OOT!
It is Saturday night and Lauren's hen do has finally arrived!
Lauren, Kelly-Marie and Ali arrive at Donna's house to kick off the night, which will be one to remember. The girls sing and dance and share stories of weight gain, funny memories and play a dangerous game of never have I ever that ends in hilarious outcomes. The drinks are flowing, the banter is top notch. What better way to carry the night than a visit to the local club.
Karaoke, drunken tiffs and shots of Tequila makes this A BELTER OF A GIRLS' NIGHT OOT from Insideout Theatre Productions!
Featuring songs from the 60s till now, including: Hot Stuff, I'm Every Woman, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
and many more.
Age guidance: 18 plus only
*Starring Donna Hazelton(Chicago), Natalie Tulloch(The Steamie), Lauren Ellis-Steele(Wicked), Alison Rona Cleland(Legally Blonde)
Written and Directed by Paul Harper-Swan
Musical Directed by Alison Rona Cleland
*Cast subject to change
Approximate running time: 2 hours
Tickets: £15 (£13)
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When & Where
Tuesday 7 - Friday 31 December 2021
The Brunton's festive pantomime. Fun for all the family!
Enjoy this sparkling ballet as an enchanting, festive treat for the whole family
The Brunton in association with Lammermuir Festival.
Performed at North Esk Parish Church
Lunchtime Classical Concert
Historical drama film.
A 1954 American musical film
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Monday 27 December 12pm & 3pm
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Angela Watson School of Dance
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Saturday 12 February 2pm & 7.30pm
Musselburgh Amateur Musical Association are delighted to perform this hit musical Chess to the Brunton for its (long overdue!) East Lothian premiere.
Direct from London's West End, You Win Again - Celebrating The Music of The Bee Gees.
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Scottish accordion champion Brandon McPhee and his 5 piece band.