There’s a suitably wholesome charm to the Loretto Youth Player’s take on Summer Holiday which is at the Brunton to Saturday.
★★★★☆ Creature Features:
Musselburgh Amateur Musical Association brings a little bit of magic to the stage at the Brunton Theatre with its 2017 Revue.
★★★☆☆ Sisters steal it:
Encore are taking to the habit at the Brunton theatre in Musselburgh until Saturday convincing everyone that it’s fun to be a nun!
★★★★☆ It’s the Top:
The SS American sets sail from the Brunton Theatre in Musselburgh each night until Saturday with some colourful characters and a mischievous rogue or two on board.
✭✭✭✩✩ Cheeky swagger:
One of the most charming things about an Encore production is that you can always consider yourself part of the family. And their take on Lionel Bart’s Oliver! at the Brunton is as cheeky and cheerful as you would expect, while still managing to deliver a menacing undertone.
✭✭✭✩✩ On song:
Crisply led from the pit, Musselburgh Amateur Musical Association’s production of Guys and Dolls, at the Brunton until Saturday, swings in all the right places as it pushes the music to the fore.
✭✭✭✭✩ “Go there, stay there!”
Encore, the East Lothian-based amateur theatre company, certainly deserve their applause as they take the musical journey from Lambeth Walk to Hampshire in a bright My and My Girl.
✭✭✭✭✩ Hot duo come good
Superlative double-act action from Grant Stott and Andy Gray ensure that this Gilded Balloon production – seen at the Brunton and touring to the King’s – is right on the button in terms of entertainment.
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* * * * Brunton Theatre By Thom Dibdin Wise, witty and whistle-able, Whisky Kisses the Musical arrived at the Brunton Theatre for a one-night stand last night, delighted its sold-out audience with its light tone and deep-running sense of cultural awareness before whisking back off to the Highlands from whence it came. As the […]