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31 May – 01 Oct 2022

Sunshine On Leith

Sunshine on Leith


20 May – 01 October  2pm & 8pm

A Musical written by Stephen Greenhorn

Featuring the songs of The Proclaimers

Directed by Elizabeth Newman & Ben Occhipinti

New Musical Arrangements by David Shrubsole

Original production at Dundee Rep on 18th April 2007

Performed by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited


Set to fantastic songs from world-renowned Scottish band The Proclaimers, Sunshine on Leith is both a funny and moving play about Davy and Ally, two Edinburgh natives returning to their hometown after serving in war-torn countries overseas, who are questioning what ‘home’ really means.

A fantastic feel-good story from Stephen Greenhorn, with a feature film adaptation in 2013, this is being produced for 2022 as a fresh new production of an  audience favourite which is sure to delight yet again.

Ticket prices from £16.  Concessions available – call Box Office for more information.


Sunshine on Leith is a co-production between Pitlochry Festival Theatre and Capital Theatres.

Audience Information

Please note this performance contains flashing lights and haze.

Please call 01796 484626 if you want further information.

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