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Rapunzel The Pantomime - A family film to enjoy at home

Tuesday 15 - Friday 18 December
Thursday 31 December - Sunday 3 January

Rapunzel The Pantomime - a family film to enjoy at home.
RUNNING TIME OF VIEW AT HOME 45 MINS

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

You can enjoy our family film Rapunzel The Pantomime, at home and watch as many times as you like during your selected date! Tickets are free.
Please book below for your choice of date and you will be sent a link by email, the day before. Please select the number of tickets required depending on how many people are viewing. Tickets are free, but this helps with our data reporting.

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 & Original Music by Tommie Travers and filmed by D Fie Foe.

THE BRUNTON HAS LAUNCHED AN EMERGENCY FUNDRAISEING CAMPAIGN. Donations will be used to support the organisation's recovery plans. This will enable The Brunton to develop it's programme of performances and activities for re-launch in 2021 once Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease. DONATIONS OF ANY SIZE ARE VOLUNTARY AND VERY MUCH APPRECIATED AND CAN BE MADE HERE.
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When & Where

ONLINE
Enough tickets
Tuesday, 15 December
19:00
ONLINE
Plenty of tickets
Wednesday, 16 December
19:00
ONLINE
Enough tickets
Thursday, 17 December
19:00
ONLINE
Sold out
Friday, 18 December
19:00
ONLINE
Enough tickets
Thursday, 31 December
19:00
ONLINE
Plenty of tickets
Friday, 1 January
19:00
ONLINE
Plenty of tickets
Saturday, 2 January
19:00
ONLINE
Plenty of tickets
Sunday, 3 January
19:00