What's On at Home

As The Brunton is temporarily closed, we’ve been looking for other ways to keep you entertained. Here’s a list of the digital content available to you for FREE. We’ll keep this list up to date

Funbox - Clips from previous performances. Watch on YouTube

Edinburgh City of Literature - World Literature Wednesdays #WorldLitWed visit their website for new activities every Wednesday


Julia Donaldson & Friends - Storytelling and activities for children Thursdays at 4pm via Facebook
National Theatre Live - #NationalTheatreAtHome Thursday's at 7pm via YouTube
Captivate Theatre - #CaptivateSessions Thursdays via YouTube
Rapture Theatre - Rapture Mini Bites Friday's via Facebook or Rapture Theatre's Website
Royal Opera Houses Live - #OurHouseToYourHouse Friday's at 7pm via YouTube
Dogstar Theatre Company - #FlashbackFriday follow on Facebook
The Shows Must Go On - Friday at 7pm - A new musical will be announced each week. Watch via YouTube
Royal Scottish National Orchestra - #RSNOFridayNightClub Friday's at 7.30pm via Facebook or the RSNO website
The Stand Comedy Club - Saturday Night Live at 8.30pm via YouTube
Throughout the week 
Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre
- Puppet Snippets, Making puppets from things you can find in the house. Follow them on Facebook to find out more.
It's In The Bag - Storytelling on Facebook.
Tim Porteus, East Lothian Storyteller - Stories for 3 or 4 yrs upwards.
Starcatchers - Simple ideas for 0-5 yr olds.
'Every Child Every Right' from Historieberattarna - a lovely uplifting video to watch and enjoy.
Tall Stories - Keep your children entertained with videos, activities & storytelling - visit their website. Plus you can join in with the Dog from Room on The Broom in a special Singalong version of Dog's Song.

Funhouse Comedy Club - Live Comedy details via Facebook

The Scotsman
- The Scotsman Sessions are short video performances from artists all around the country. Visit their website to watch.
Finborough Theatre - Olivier Award nominated play It Is Easy To Be Dead will be available to watch for Free via YouTube until Tue 7 July.
Dogstar Theatre - Their production of The Tailor of Inverness will be available to watch via Vimeo On Demand. You can also watch Circling A Fox - a documentary about the story behind The Tailer of Inverness via Vimeo.
Blackeyed Theatre - HUB with plenty of interviews, previews and streamed performances. Visit their website for more info. 
National Theatre of Scotland - Play Dates - A new eight week online interactive programme for Children and Families, created by some of Scotland's leading creative practitioners and freelance artists. Visit their website or social media for more info.

Scottish Opera - Spotlight On... posting interest facts, photos, backstage chat and videos of past productions. Visit their website
The Scotsman
- The Scotsman Sessions are short video performances from artists all around the country. Visit their website to watch.
Dougie MacLean - Live concerts via Facebook
Music & Me - songs, stories, creative exploration with Dave Trouton, East Lothian musician.
Drake Music Scotland - Accesible resources tailored for additional support needs children but useful for everyone.
McMillan Young Musicians - Early Years fun songs and games from Charlotte McMillan, East Lothian Arts worker and creator of Hullabaloo. 
Incorporated Society of Musicians - Learning resources for primary age children. 
NYCoS - Singing for age 7 upwards (NYCoS singing groups are run by East Lothian YMI during term time. Perhaps you've taken part.)
ABC Music - sign up to free online sessions with this great Midlothian based music project, for all ages! For . 
Bistro at The Brunton
- Are taking orders for home delivery. Visit their Facebook page for more info and to order.
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When & Where

Venue 2 (50) Unreserved
Plenty of tickets
Saturday, 1 August