The Brunton at the Corn Exchange Haddington

Corn Exchange - another new venue for Brunton Theatre Trust

The Brunton Theatre Trust has taken a short term lease for the Haddington Corn Exchange to trial the venue as a performance space for a range of professional events, from music concerts to dance, comedy, children’s shows and theatre. During this pilot, we will be engaging with both local hospitality businesses to enhance the experience and seeking feedback from audiences about the venue.

Audiences can expect comfortable seating and a professional sound and lighting experience.

There is also lots of free car parking behind the building and excellent public transport on the doorstep.

Brunton Theatre Trust is also bringing entertainment to East Lothian at both Loretto School Theatre and Northesk Parish Church in Musselburgh

Getting to and from Haddington

Haddington is a town in East Lothian, Scotland, that can be reached by bus from various locations in the region. Here are some of the bus routes and services that connect Haddington with other towns and cities:

EastCoastbuses X6 
EastCoastbuses 106 
Prentice of Haddington This is a local bus company that operates various routes within East Lothian, including Haddington. Some of their routes that serve Haddington are: 108 (Haddington to North Berwick), 111 (Haddington to Pencaitland),and 122 (Haddington to Gifford)


Travelling by train

You can also get to Haddington by taking the ScotRail service to Drem or Longniddry stations, and then catching a bus from there to Haddington. The journey time by train and bus is about an hour from Edinburgh, and about 40 minutes from North Berwick.

For more information on how to get to Haddington by bus or train, you can use the Moovit app or website, which provides live directions, maps, and timetables for public transport in East Lothian. You can also visit the Lothian Buses website or the Prentice of Haddington website for more details on their services and routes.

Our location


Car parking can be found to the rear of the Corn Exchange, in the East Lothian Council offices car park.

There are several other off-street car parks available in the town, which are currently free of charge.