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Beauty and the Beast

Written and Directed by Mark Cox
Produced by The Brunton
Friday 1st December 2017 - Saturday 6th January 2018 

The Brunton, Ladywell Way, Musselburgh, East Lothian, EH21 6AA
Peak Performances - £19.50 (£16.50)
(£18.50/£15.50 + £1 per ticket booking fee)
Off Peak Performances - £17.50 (£14.50)
(£16.50/£13.50 + £1 per ticket booking fee)
Family tickets and Group tickets may be available by calling the Brunton on 0131 665 2240

BSL Interpreted performance: Friday 8th December 2017, 7pm.
Autism Friendly performance: Thursday 4th January 2018, 5pm. Tickets £13
(12 + £1 per ticket booking fee)
Audio Described performance: Saturday 6th January 2018, 7pm. Touch tour at 6pm, led by Audio Describers Judy Gilbert and Irene Mackenzie.
The Hub sells an allocation of tickets for The Brunton. If a performance is listed as ‘sold out’ there may still be tickets available for sale from The Brunton – please call their box office on 0131 665 2240 to book 
Your tickets MUST be collected from The Brunton Box Office on the day of the performance, from 1 hour prior to the start of the event.
Christmas wouldn’t be the same without a trip to The Brunton’s panto!
Our Panto this year is full of fun and laughter with oodles of gags, local references, chart hits, outrageous costumes and lots of singing dancing and shouting out. Our fabulous cast of professional actors are supported by a chorus of talented, local young performers from across East Lothian. 
The Brunton specialised in producing fun and interactive traditional pantomimes that are suitable for all the family, from 4 to 104! 

Adjustments will be made to the performance of Beauty and the Beast on Thursday 4th January 2018 at 5pm to create a friendly and supportive atmosphere for people with autism and their families.
There will be amends to the show to make the show more accessible for people with autism. These changes are – 
the auditorium lighting will never fully go out
all strobe lighting and lights that shine on the audience will not happen
we will reduce the highest level of sound for the show, especially for loud sound effects
some special effects (e.g. fireworks) will be cut

In addition,
the theatre’s foyer will have designated quiet and activity areas, should anyone want to leave their seats during the performance
the cast along with The Brunton box office and front of house staff are trained to understand the needs of an audience of children and adults with autism, and their families and friends