THE Brunton in Musselburgh will continue to make the most of venues around the county in the weeks to come as it looks to relocate shows.

An announcement was made last week that the theatre would close for all performances until June due to “structural issues” found with the theatre’s roof.

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It was announced that performances would be rescheduled and new venues found where possible to minimise disruption.

Audiences were due to be at The Brunton on Saturday to view A Vision of Elvis a tribute show to the "King of Rock and Roll" from singer Rob Kingsley.

However, the show was relocated to Musselburgh Grammar School, where audiences were welcomed into the school’s halls for the performance.

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Following the show, The Brunton said on Facebook: “A fantastic audience this afternoon for A Vision of Elvis, we rocked Musselburgh Grammar!

“Thank you to everyone who made sure the shows go on this weekend and to you our wonderful audience for coming and enjoying yourselves!”

East Lothian Courier: Elvis took to the stage at Musselburgh Grammar School. Image: The Brunton FacebookElvis took to the stage at Musselburgh Grammar School. Image: The Brunton Facebook

Tomorrow’s (March 28) live show Lunchtime Classical Concert: Dida Condria, has been relocated to Northesk Parish Church at noon for lunch and the concert at 1pm.

All Lunchtime Classical Concerts going forward will be held at the church until repairs are carried out.

The live performance of show What Moves You on Thursday (March 30) will take place at Loretto School in the theatre at 1.30pm.

Singer Cara Dillon’s show on Friday (March 31) has been cancelled, with no new date yet confirmed.

Friday’s showing of Scottish Dance Theatre’s Thin h/as h/air and The Flock is set to take place at a new venue. No new venue has been confirmed yet.

On Saturday, Rapture Theatre’s A Chitterin' Bite has been cancelled due to the theatre company being unable to present their performance.

It has also been announced that musician Paul Young’s show, which is due to take place on April 6, will also have a new venue.

The theatre says a new venue has been found and details are set to follow soon.

The Brunton says all those with tickets to shows have been informed of the changes.

Further details on rearranged shows can be found on The Brunton website.