Creative Peebles Festival is running from Fri 24 August to Sat 2 September please check daily for the events that are happening each day
The Wednesdays Choir is made up of sixteen women who perform all around the Scottish Borders, singing a range of recent, and not so recent hits. For this performance they have joined forces with the seven instrumentalists and five vocalists of The Carlops Jazz Band.
The choir and the band will each play a short set of their own material then get together to play a selection of songs and fill the theatre with music.
A spectacular new dance celebration with a strictly style competition in the Peebles Hydro Ballroom.
PLEASE NOTE: This is A Building on on Success fundraising event for the Eastgate Development Project and Sponsored by The Peebles Hydro Hotel
The work of the shepherd celebrated in song and story by The Fisher Lassies
Prof. David Cameron, Clinical Director of Cancer Research UK, outlines the research helping us to
Uncork the champagne! Dress to kill! Party like there’s no tomorrow!
PLEASE NOTE ANOTHER SHOWING @ 8PM
Most of us find it hard enough being kind to ourselves – let alone others. So is being nice outdated? Or can small acts of kindness have big effects?
Following totally sold out runs at Edinburgh Fringe for the last three years, award-winning comedian Juliette Burton returns with her docucomedy investigating the power of kindness.
As well as critical and audience acclaim during 2017, Butterfly Effect also won awards including Voice Magazine’s Pick of the Fringe Award 2017.
“Seriously very funny” ★★★★★ Daily Mirror
In his latest offering ‘STRINGHENGE’ (double album releasing September 2018), Shoreham composer and guitar virtuoso Richard Durrant is once again living on the folk/classical cusp with the first of these two L.Ps featuring a collection of solo instrumentals. The un-categorisable Durrant chose to record on a concert guitar crafted from a 5,000 year old English Oak by Gary Southwell, a four string Tenor Guitar made in Ditchling by Ian Chisholm (decorated with a silver Uffington Horse) and a humble ukulele. This style of guitar playing could be described as “English Folk Baroque” with echoes of Renbourn and Jansch.
Go and see Richard Durrant perform live to hear his unbelievable, top drawer, solo guitar playing. If you’re lucky you may even get an explanation as to why a catchy little track on side four of his double album is called “Frank Bough’s Allemande”. All is not as it first appears in the world of Richard Durrant, certainly not on Stringhenge! Photo Credit Kris Pawlowski