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Rapunzel The Pantomime - A Family Film ON OUR BIG CINEMA SCREEN
Rapunzel The Pantomime - A Family Film ON OUR BIG CINEMA SCREEN
Sat 19 Dec 2pm & 7pm
Tue 22 Dec 7pm
Wed 23 Dec 7pm
Thu 24 Dec 5pm
Tue 29 Dec 7pm (Relaxed / BSL interpreted / audio described)*
Wed 30 Dec 2pm & 7pm

Rapunzel The Pantomime - a family film SHOWN ON THE BRUNTON'S CINEMA

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RUNNING TIME OF FULL EVENT AT THE BRUNTON 1 HOUR

Filmed behind closed doors at The Brunton and various locations in Musselburgh with four actors from previous Brunton pantos.

Join us for our BIG SCREEN FESTIVE TREAT. We are getting in the mood for Christmas and The Brunton's elves are planning some festive joy for us. Join us in our sparkling Christmas grotto (otherwise known as Venue 1), for our BIG SCREEN family film - Rapunzel The Pantomime. Our doors are open, the lights are dimmed. Relax and settle in to enjoy the unique, immersive film experience that our cinema offers.

Why not dress up as your favourite pantomime or Christmas character? Or wear a Santa hat and sparkles.

The story of Rapunzel who was locked in a tower before being rescued by her pal Jammy, is told in fun panto style. Full of songs and slapstick, local references and colourful characters - a unique family pantomime film for all ages.

Rapunzel The Pantomime - a film for all the family is produced by The Brunton, written and directed by John Binnie, designed by Robin Mitchell with Musical Direction and Original Music by Tommie Travers and filmed by D Fie Foe.

Tickets: £10 / £38 for a family of 4

To comply with Scottish Government regulations regarding social distancing, please note when making a booking, that you may only sit with people from your own household or extended household. If you are booking for another household as well as your own, we recommend that after making you booking, you email boxoffice@eastlothian.gov.uk to advise us on the number of households attending so that we can seat your party as near to each other as possible.

*The screening on 29 Dec will be audio described by Judy Gilbert and BSL interpreted by Nicolle Murdoch. It will also be a relaxed screening meaning adjustments will be made to create a friendly and supportive atmosphere for people with autism and their families.

• Auditorium lighting will not fully go out.
• Strobe lighting and lights that shine on the audience will not be used.
• Sound levels will be reduced.
• Some special effects like flashes and bangs, will be cut.
• The theatre’s foyer will have designated quiet areas, should anyone wish to leave their seats during the performance.


The Bistro at The Brunton have a special offer for you this winter.
Enjoy a delicious 2 course meal for £12 or 3 courses for £15 before the screening. Or if you would like something lighter, how about a coffee and tasty traybake for £4.95?
This offer applies from 4.30pm to 6.30pm. Last orders must be placed by 6.30pm. From 4 Dec, this offer is replaced by The Bistro’s delicious CHRISTMAS MENU
Please call The Bistro on 0131 653 5250 to book a table.


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