Shows and screenings from The Brunton are set to take place at the Loretto School Theatre in Musselburgh and Edinburgh's Assembly Rooms this week.

This follows the temporary closure of parts of The Brunton in Ladywell Way, Musselburgh, after a survey detected "structural issues" in the theatre's roof.

The Brunton Theatre Trust is "delighted" at the partnership with Loretto, on Millhill, and the Assembly Rooms, in George Street, to present their programme of screenings and events.

The Bistro, which is open at The Brunton, is not impacted by the building issues affecting the performance spaces.

On Thursday, April 27, at 7.30pm My Sailor My Love (12A) will be shown at Loretto Theatre. By Finnish director Klaus Haro, the movie is about the strained relationship between a daughter and her elderly father is further tested by his romance with his widowed housekeeper. Featuring a cast of acting veterans including multi-award-winning James Cosmo (Braveheart) and Brid Brennan (Brooklyn) plus Catherine Walker (A Dark Song) and Nora-Jane Noone (The Descent), the film is set on the Achill Island, off County Mayo on the west coast of Ireland.

The Royal Opera House Live will screen Puccini’s final opera, Turandot, on Friday, April 28, at 7.15pm in Loretto Theatre. Andrei Serban’s classic staging is described as "a glorious pageant of rich colour, dance and drama." In the court of Princess Turandot, suitors who fail to solve her riddles are brutally killed. But when a mysterious prince answers one correctly, suddenly he holds all the power – and a glorious secret.

Also at Loretto Theatre is the Oscar nominated movie, loosely based on Steven Spielberg's childhood, The Fabelmans (12A), which screens next Tuesday, May 2, at 7.30pm in the Loretto Theatre. Growing up in post-World War II era Arizona, young Sammy Fabelman aspires to become a filmmaker as he reaches adolescence but soon discovers a shattering family secret and explores how the power of films can help him see the truth.

David Tennant makes a "blistering return" to the West End in one of Britain's most powerful plays, the National Theatre Live's Good next Thursday, May 4, and Friday, May 5, at 7pm in Loretto Theatre. He plays an ordinary man who is swept in to the Nazi regime. As the world faces its Second World War, John Halder, a good, intelligent German professor, finds himself pulled into a movement with unthinkable consequences. Olivier Award-winner Dominic Cooke (Follies) directs C.P. Taylor’s timely tale, with a cast that also features Elliot Levey (Coriolanus) and Sharon Small (The Bay). Good is filmed live from the Harold Pinter Theatre in London.

The audience can re-live the sounds of more than 25 bands from the swinging sixties in what has been dubbed "Britain's No.1 tribute show" which is on at the Assembly Rooms tomorrow, Saturday, at 7.30pm. The Counterfeit Sixties features the music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks and The Monkees.

Music fans can also experience an evening of West End and Broadway classics at the Assembly Rooms next Tuesday, May 2, at 7.30pm, with Dreamcoat Stars. The show stars Any Dream Will Do’s, Keith Jack and Chris Barton, the world’s longest playing Joseph, Mike Holoway and London's West End’s Jonathan Dudley. The audience can "journey into a colourful production featuring vibrant and energetic songs" from the most loved shows - Joseph, Jesus Christ Superstar, SIX, Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Mamma Mia, We Will Rock You, Jersey Boys, Les Misérables and Moulin Rouge.

Tickets are available online at or by calling 0131 653 5245.