A complete Fringe experience is being enjoyed in Musselburgh this August.

With a host of live performances to choose from, audiences are getting the chance to experience family friendly theatre, Scottish and Irish traditional, jazz, pop and classical concerts at The Brunton itself as well as outdoor theatre at Musselburgh Racecourse.

As week three of the Fringe bounds into view, programmed by The Brunton Theatre Trust, there’s bedlam down at the racecourse this Saturday, August 27, when two of Beatrix Potter's most famous creations are brought to life by Quantum Theatre. Two mischievous rabbits star in The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny at 1pm and 4pm.

Music lovers can soak up some soothing music with Big Band Bublé tomorrow, Friday, August 26, featuring Michael Bublé tribute act, Michael Hastie.

The ever popular, Alex Hodgson, returns to The Brunton with Scottish songs, stories and fun this Saturday, while Big Girls Don’t Cry revive the iconic sounds of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons on the same night.

The Brunton and Young Classical Artists Trust present a showcase featuring Irène Duval on violin, Jean-Selim Abdelmoula, piano, and Maciej Kulakowski, cello, today, Thursday, August 25, at 12 noon/1pm and this Saturday, 12 noon / 1pm). These three stars of the future, who met at The Kronberg Academy, offer some of the greatest music for violin, cello and piano including Schubert’s great E flat trio, music by Gabriel Fauré, as well as a work by one of the great German masters, Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert. For the lunchtime concerts audiences are invited to enjoy a light lunch followed by the concert.

Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell (Tom Cruise) reckons with the ghosts of his past in Top Gun Maverick (PG) on Wednesday, August 31, at 7.30pm.

Full information about all these events can be found at www.thebrunton.co.uk.

Tickets can be purchased directly through The Brunton’s website or via the box office on 0131 653 5245, Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm.