Scottish singer-songwriter, Horse McDonald, will be heading to Musselburgh with her award-winning one-woman play, on Thursday 30 March 2017, as part of a tour of Scotland.

Horse takes to the stage as an admirably frank and engaging teller of her own touching story of survival, from wearing two-tone velvet loons to becoming one of Scotland’s most celebrated singers; painting a vivid and powerful picture of those times when she had to be… Careful.

First performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016, this poignant and compelling story of Horse’s triumph over adversity through music, is collaboratively written with writer and comedian Lynn Ferguson, directed by Maggie Kinloch and produced by The Gilded Balloon.

It is touring to 18 venues throughout Scotland from Thursday 16 March to Saturday 27 May 2017  [Giffnock, Dunkeld, Musselburgh, Dundee, Stirling, Inverness, Peebles, Greenock, Motherwell, Kirkcaldy, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Paisley, Aberdeen, Cove, Ayr, Wick and Glasgow 

Thursday 30 March – The Brunton Theatre, Ladywell Way, Musselburgh, EH21 6AA

Performance start time – 19.30 / Ticket Prices: £14/£12 (including booking fee)

Box office: 0131 665 2240

The Edinburgh Reporter spoke with Horse last year ahead of her concert at The Queen’s Hall.