In Full

What's On in Full

Chainsaw reaction as sculptor makes his mark on Hawick park

A Hawick wood sculptor wasn’t stumped when he was asked to leave a lasting legacy in his home town.

News

A magical night of jazz from Sophie

Sophie Armstrong and her three piece band bring Berwick a magical night of fabulous jazz from the Great American Song Book.

Music

Original songs by flame-haired Beth Macari

Newcastle singer-songwriter Beth Macari returns to Hemelvaart Bier Cafe, Ayton.

Music
Daphne Oram's Wonderful World of Sound -  Blood of the Youngs play about a pioneer of electronic music.

Electro music pioneer

Journey through the amazing life of one of the great, unsung composers of the 20th century.

Theatre and Comedy

TV home swap

Channel 5’s runaway hit documentary, Rich House Poor House, are looking for families to take part in the next series.

Arts
Joe Moore, one of Irelands finest country music singers.

Langholm set for legendary Country show!

The hugely popular hit show Legends of American Country is set to make its welcome return to Langholm’s Buccleuch Centre.

Music
Live Cinema Season continues with The Royal Ballets mesmerising The Dream, Symphonic Variations, Marguerite and Armand.

Best-loved ballets are live at Hawick

Watch the Royal Ballet at their most luminous in a magnificent evening of three short ballets, live at Heart of Hawick on June 7.

Arts
Traquair Medieval Fayre - Scotlands only authentic Medieval Fayre.

Traquair House hosts magical medieval fayre

Traquair Medieval Fayre is an unbeatable mix of medieval entertainment from jousting to jesters.

Arts
Dan Serridge and James Spence retell The Two Truths of Thomas the Rhymer.

Strange and mystical Borders folk tale

The ancient tale of Thomas the Rhymer is brought to life in Darnick on May 26.

Theatre and Comedy
Scottish folksinger Emily Smith and New Zealand born Jamie McClennan.

Big new sound for sublime folk duo

Scottish folk singer Emily Smith and New Zealand-born multi-instrumentalist Jamie McClennan bring their award-winning talents to Eastgate Theatre, Peebles.

Music

A night with Lau

Three of the finest and most innovative exponents of modern traditional music in Scotland will perform in Galashiels this month.

Music
Chapterhouse Theatre Company's production of Pride and Prejudice.

Superb open air theatre

Thirlestane Castle have two wonderful shows by Chapterhouse Theatre this summer.

Theatre and Comedy
Crowds enjoying last year's Kirk Square Kitchen event.

Eyemouth’s popular Kirk Square Kitchen returns

The popular Kirk Square Kitchen returns to Eyemouth on June 3.

Arts
Ally Smith posing for Young Scott prize in Melrose Abbey.

Young Walter Scott prize for budding novelists

The Young Walter Scott Prize, the UK’s only creative writing prize for young people dedicated to historical fiction, is now open for entries.

Arts
Floors Castle at Kelso.

Antiques Roadshow’s return to Borders now just over a month away

It’s now just over a month until the Antiques Roadshow comes to the Borders for the first time for eight years, and fans of the long-running show are being urged to dig out their valuables in readiness for its return.

News
Amazon launches 40 new channels

Amazon launches 40 new channels

More than 40 subscription TV channels including Discovery and ITV Hub+ are now available to watch for Amazon Prime members as part of the new Channels service.

Arts
Celebrating the return of daily newspapers to Kelso library are Wendy Cowan, Colin McGrath and Jamie O'Brien.

Library users can read all about it

Daily deliveries of national newspapers returned to the shelves of Kelso’s library this month, just weeks after the service was axed.

Arts
Ally in bid to serve up some crackers at Wimbledon

Ally in bid to serve up some crackers at Wimbledon

Peebles chef Ally McGrath is back on the telly next week in another attempt to win over the judges in the BBC2 show The Great British Menu.

Arts
Photograph of Wilton Lodge Parks bird population by Bert Lancaster.

Birds of a feather flock to Hawick

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like, to be able to extend your arms, spread your feathers and take to the air?

News
Spite Your Face by Rachel Maclean was commissioned by Alchemy Film & Arts for Scotland + Venice.

Darkly comic moral tale from Rachel Maclean

Spite Your Face, is Rachel Maclean’s new film commission for the 57th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia 2017.

Arts
Load more