The Brunton theatre in Musselburgh has confirmed that four shows have been rescheduled and one show has been cancelled following the discovery of "structural issues" within the roof.

On Wednesday it was confirmed, following a planned roof inspection, that structural problems had been detected on the theatre's roof causing a temporary closure of the auditorium.

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Yesterday, a roof survey got underway at other points of the theatre's roof and Venue 1 was also closed until further notice.

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The Musselburgh theatre, located on the town's Ladywell Way, regularly hosts film screenings, theatre productions and comedy among other entertainment.

The Story of Guitar Hero and Que Sera Sera, which were due to take place today and tomorrow respectively have now been cancelled with a rescheduled date to be confirmed in the coming days.

Counterfeit Sixties, which was due to take place on Friday, March 24 will now take place on Saturday, April 29.

Betty Legs Diamond, which was due to take place on April 6 will be rescheduled to a new date. No new date has been confirmed yet.

Cocktails and Laughter, which was set to take place on April 29, has been cancelled and tickets will be refunded.

Ticket holders of affected shows have been contacted.

An East Lothian Council spokesperson said yesterday: “All events that were due to be held in Venue 1 have been cancelled until the survey of the roof is completed.

"The survey work is currently being carried out and will continue into next week.

"The arts service team are working with groups that have booked the theatre to assist with securing alternative venues or dates and updates on these will be provided in due course."