Tickets are now on sale for the Brunton Theatre's music and children's theatre programme for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, which includes the return of Alex Hodgson for Sunday Nicht Live.
The shows presented will be Michael McGoldrick, John Doyle, John McCusker (Tue 7 August), Garlic Theatre: Fiddlesticks (Thu 9 August), MacFloyd (Fri 10 August), The Picts in concert (Sun 12 August), Blazin’ Fiddles (Thu 16 & Fri 17 August), Volts (Sat 18 August), The Mother of all Burns (Sun 19 August), The Halton Quartet (Thu 23 August), The Dick Gaughan Band (Fri 24 August), Moonlight Serenade Orchestra (Sat 25 August), and Alex Hodgson Presents Sunday Nicht Live! (Sun 26 August).
The East Lothian Youth Theatre Summer School: 8 - 12s will run from Monday the 30th July to Friday the 3rd of August, working towards a performance on the Brunton stage at 6pm on the 3rd of August.
Following last year’s success, Alex Hidgson brings another show bursting at the seams with Scottish songs, humour and heartfelt song writing.
Alex Hodgson was a double finalist in the Burnssong song writing competition 2005/2009 and has since appeared live on radio Scotland’s Hogmanay show, sung at the Scottish parliament and performed for the Queen at Balmoral. His love for Scottish variety entertainment has helped him produce a show which bursts at the seams with Scottish songs, humour and heartfelt songwriting which showcase his Greentrax album ‘Jeelie jars ‘n’ coalie backies’.