The Brunton Theatre Trust is continuing to work in partnership with Loretto School and Northesk Parish Church to present its programme of events.

This is due to the temporary closure of parts of The Brunton in Ladywell Way, after a survey detected “structural issues” in the theatre’s roof.

Musicians Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham are set to bring their new tour, ‘Phil & Aly’, to Northesk Parish Church tomorrow (Friday) at 7.30pm.

The church will also be the venue for a lunchtime concert presented by the chamber musicians of Edinburgh’s St Mary’s Music School on Tuesday, June 6, at 1pm.

They will be joined by special guests, the Brodsky Quartet. The programme will be a varied selection of movements from chamber music works, including Tchaikovsky’s Souvenir de Florence.

An optional light lunch of soup and a sandwich is served in the church hall adjacent to the church at noon, prior to the performance.

Jim Broadbent and Penelope Wilton star in a screening of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry (12A) at Loretto School Theatre on Tuesday, June 6, at 7.30pm.

David Tennant makes a blistering return to the West End in one of Britain’s most powerful plays, the National Theatre Live’s Good, screening on Wednesday, June 7 and Thursday, June 8 at 7pm, playing an ordinary man swept up into the Nazi regime.

As the world faces the Second World War, John Halder, a German professor, finds himself pulled into a movement with unthinkable consequences.

Olivier Award-winner Dominic Cooke (Follies) directs C.P. Taylor’s tale, with a cast that also features Elliot Levey (Coriolanus) and Sharon Small (The Bay). Filmed live from the Harold Pinter Theatre in London, this cinema screening of the West End play will be shown at Loretto School Theatre.

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

The Bistro at The Brunton is not affected by the building issues disturbing the performance spaces.