Jersey Beats Oh What A Night
The Jersey Beats celebrate the music of one of the greatest groups of all time, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
Matt Andrews leads the vocal quartet as tribute to Frankie Valli - telling the story of the band and how they formed the group, which took them to the dizzy heights of television appearances, fame and fortune.
Comedy host Leye D Johns can't be kept away from the stage for too long either, bringing a light hearted flavour to proceeding and ensuring the crowd leave with a big smile on their face.
The Viva showgirls complete the cast line-up bringing the moves of the 60s and 70s to the stage, bringing the era back to life!
Tickets: £24 (£21.50)
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
Friday 24 December 11am & 2pm
Monday 27 December 12pm & 3pm
Ho Ho Ho! Funbox invite you to a very special sleepover, but you’ll be too excited to snooze cos we’re all staying up for Santa!
A romance, a tragedy and a thriller - travel to 19th century Rome with Puccini's passionate, political opera.
Angela Watson School of Dance
Thursday 27 January 2022 7pm
Tom Stoppard’s Olivier Award-winning new play Leopoldstadt is a passionate drama of love, family
Join the Down for the Count Swing Orchestra for "one hellova celebration of vintage music" (TimeOut London)
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.
Karaoke, drunken tiffs and shots of Tequila makes this A BELTER OF A GIRLS' NIGHT OOT!
Direct from London's West End, You Win Again - Celebrating The Music of The Bee Gees.
Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers experience passion and tragedy in this 20th-century ballet masterpiece.
Scottish accordion champion Brandon McPhee and his 5 piece band.