Sat 10 Sept 3pm
Half price concessions for students in full time education
Television presenter and celebrated silent film pianist Neil Brand joins leading accompanist Iain Burnside to present a wonderful afternoon of song and film. Composers such as Korngold, Rosza, Waxman, Eisler and Weill fled Europe to Hollywood in the 1930s. We follow their personal stories in song in films such as The Sea Hawk and Robin Hood and even in home movies, with music ranging from the lushness of Korngold to the bitter, spare Hollywood Songbook of Eisler.
There’s nothing in Lammermuir’s packed daily programme that is anything less than classy, top drawer musical entertainment
The Brunton Hall, as it was originally known, was designed by Rowand Anderson, Kininmonth and Paul and opened by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, in 1971.
It is named after John D Brunton, who left a bequest of £700,000 to the people of Musselburgh on his death in 1951, specifying that it must be used to build a public hall for the community.
As well as the concert hall (Venue One, in which this year's Lammermuir Festival event is being held), the building also contains a 296-seat theatre.
The large stained glass windows, depicting themes from the sea, were designed by Glasgow-based artist Deborah Campbell and commissioned by the Brunton Theatre Trust.
The Brunton, Musselburgh
There are regular bus services through Musselburgh with a stop outside the venue.
Travel time from the centre of Edinburgh is about 30 minutes.
Lothian Buses: 15, 26, 30, 40, 44 (0131 555 6363)
First Bus: 108 (0871 200 2233)
East Lothian Buses: 113 (0131 555 6363)
Eve Coaches: 129 (01368 865 500)
Musselburgh station is about 15 minutes walk away or you can catch the No. 30 bus from the station.
Musselburgh is just off Edinburgh City Bypass, not far from Fort Kinnaird Retail Park and Asda.
Free car park at rear of venue plus on street parking including 6 Disabled Parking bays 20m from the entrance plus 2 more in car park.Terrain:
There are accessible toilets on the ground floor in the main foyer and off the upstairs bar of Venue 1.
Ramps at Ladywell Way and North High Street entrances. Box Office has a lowered counter. Lift access to concert hall. Hall has flat area at front for wheelchairs.
Please advise our box office staff when booking tickets of any specific assistance you require and if you would like to use the loop system.