|7th Jun 2022 to 18th Jun 2022|
|Evenings 7.30pm | Matinees Wed & Sat 2:30pm|
Kings Theatre Edinburgh
2 Leven Street, Edinburgh South EH3 9LQ
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Pitlochry Festival Theatre and Capital Theatres present
Sunshine On Leith
Join us to see the King’s go out on a high before the theatre closes to undergo an exciting redevelopment, reopening in 2024!
With a soundtrack from world-renowned Leithers The Proclaimers, Sunshine on Leith is both a funny and moving story about Davy and Ally, two soldiers from Edinburgh returning to their hometown after serving in war-torn countries, who are questioning what ‘home’ really means. This is a fresh new production of an audience favourite which is sure to delight yet again.
Features hits I’m On My Way, Letter from America, I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) and of course the title song Sunshine on Leith.
A Musical written by Stephen Greenhorn
Featuring the songs of The Proclaimers
New Musical Arrangements by David Shrubsole
Original production at Dundee Rep on 18th April 2007
Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International
Directed by Elizabeth Newman and Ben Occhipinti
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