The Rezillos, Big Country and Barbara Dickson (pictured) plus Ralph McTell and Les McEwan’s Bay City Rollers some of the live acts booked for The Brunton from September to January.
And the varied programme, which also includes children’s theatre, also offers opera and dance plus film and lunchtime classical concerts.
The theatre welcomes back Dogstar Theatre with The Stornoway Way, a musical tragicomedy adapted by Kevin MacNeil from his best-selling novel.
Rapture Theatre Company present Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris. Winner of Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play, Clybourne Park is a razor-sharp satire about the politics of race.
Scotland’s Company Chordelia bring The Chosen. Created and directed by Kally Lloyd-Jones, this is a moving dance piece is about dying and embracing the art of living.
Rosie Kay breaks rules with Fantasia taking ballet and tutus into the 21st century using dance and science.
The Lunchtime Classical Concert series continues with Alex McCartney, Lute, Giuseppe Guarrera, Piano and George Harliono, Piano. As well as a special Christmas by Candlelight concert with Royal Northern Sinfonia at North Esk Parish.
Talks with Cameron McNeish and the Wilderland Film Festival, in association with East Lothian Council Library Service are also on offer.
During the October half-term, The People’s Theatre Company bring one of the world’s best nursery rhymes to life.
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly is a heart-warming story written especially for grown-ups to enjoy with children and Scotland’s inclusive professional dance company, Indepen-dance 4 present GROW.
At Christmas, the traditional family pantomime is Cinderella and there is family fun at Hogmanay.
The best of the West End live in Musselburgh from the National Theatre Live and Royal Opera House via live screenings is also featured.
NTLive includes Fleabag, One Man, Two Guvnors Encore and Present Laughter. ROHLive bring performances from both The Royal Opera, Don Giovanni and La Boheme, and The Royal Ballet, Coppelia & The Sleeping Beauty. Midweek movies continue with Tolkien, Rocketman, Yesterday, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and many more.