AN ENTERTAINING time is in store at The Brunton in Musselburgh as ballet, drama, film and music brighten up the autumn days.

Crown Ballet presents the most famous ballet of all time on Monday at 7.30pm, with the stage set for Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake.

An evening with accordionist Ryan Corbett, who has recently joined BBC Radio 3’s New Generation Artists Scheme, and pianist Dida Condria tomorrow (Friday) at 7.30pm will see a two-course dinner served at 6pm, followed by music including Bach, Franck and a concerto interspersed with piano solos.

East Lothian Courier: Accordionist Ryan Corbett has recently joined BBC Radio 3's New Generation Artists SchemeAccordionist Ryan Corbett has recently joined BBC Radio 3's New Generation Artists Scheme

The Happiness Collectors arrive on Saturday – a fusion of physical theatre and storytelling for family audiences by The Audio Story Company, originally commissioned by Tron Theatre, in association with The Ayr Gaiety. Produced by Scottish Theatre Producers, the performance is recommended for ages four plus.

Discover Miss Lindsay’s Secret the same day at 7.30pm. The story of the play follows a museum curator and her discovery of hidden letters binding Glenesk to Canada’s Klondike goldrush.

Dr Alithea Binnie (Tilda Swinton) is an academic and a creature of reason in Three Thousand Years of Longing (15) on Wednesday at 7.30pm. While in Istanbul, she happens to encounter a Djinn (Idris Elba) who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom.

East Lothian Courier: Three Thousand Years of Longing takes to the big screenThree Thousand Years of Longing takes to the big screen

Featuring award-winning singer Lynda Radford and singer Brad Pepper, A Day to Remember: The Doris Day Centenary Song Book, next Thursday (October 20) at 7.30pm is a celebration of 100 years of the life and music of Doris Day. This centenary production includes 25 hits including Que Sera Sera and Windy City.

Molly and Bingo are having a birthday party next Friday (October 21) in I Spy With My Little Eye at 2pm. There will be a treasure hunt, singalong and games. Based on the new picture book by Steven Lee, this interactive musical is recommended for ages two plus.

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