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1 Sep 2015 08:30

Marie Oka returns to Kelso

THE Yetholm Sinfonia continues its Tenth Concert Season in Kelso Old Parish Church with an evening featuring the welcome return of the brilliant young Japanese violinist Marie Oka, who will play the ever-popular Scottish Fantasy by Max Bruch.
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31 Aug 2015 08:30

Lauder Rocks!

COMMUNITY groups in Lauder are set to benefit from a fundraising night in the Royal Burgh next month
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29 Aug 2015 08:30

Orchestra brings the railway to Selkirk

THE tracks may not quite reach Selkirk but the Scottish Chambers Orchestra will still bring the Borders Railway to the Royal Burgh next month.
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28 Aug 2015 08:30

Lord of the Rings

DOZENS of walkers put their best foot forward on Sunday at the opening of a new circular route around St Mary’s Loch.
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26 Aug 2015 08:30

Pre-school opera for Galashiels

SCOTTISH Opera’s interactive hit show for pre-school children returns this Autumn to Galashiels.
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19 Aug 2015 10:00

Back to the 60s at Melburn Lodge

PRIMARY pupils in Melrose have swung back to the 60s to inspire artwork for a dementia unit at Borders General Hospital.
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19 Aug 2015 09:30

Homecoming gig an 'honour’ for talented Tommy

HE’S performed at Glastonbury, T in the Park and recorded at London’s famous Abbey Road studios.
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16 Aug 2015 08:30

Pitch fever in Lauder

SINGERS of all ages are invited to take part in a one-day singing workshop being held in Lauder next month.
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14 Aug 2015 09:30

Line-up confirmed for tribute concert at Innerleithen Music Festival

TUTORS and pupils from Peebles-based community music school, Nomad Beat, will take to the stage for a special tribute concert as part of the weekend of events at the Innerleithen Music Festival.
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12 Aug 2015 08:30

... and in the red corner, we have The Tempest

TWO of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays will go battle it out tomorrow (Thursday) when they are performed at two of the Borders’ most dramatic attractions.
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11 Aug 2015 14:30 • Ally McGilvray

MTV stars line-up for Gala day

TWO of the most talked about reality TV stars are set to party in the Borders.
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10 Aug 2015 08:30

Bernat’s Life in Colour

HE was one of the world’s best-known and best-loved textile designers.
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6 Aug 2015 08:30

Music Americana comes to the Eastgate

FROM bluegrass to indie-folk, ragtime and blues, there’s a real Americana flavour to some of the live music at the Eastgate Theatre over the coming weeks, with acclaimed US bands Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys, Sheesham and Lotus & Son, and Betty and The Boy all set to play in Peebles.
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27 Jul 2015 09:30

Former Runrig singer booked for Galashiels festival

MORE than 40 acts have already signed up to perform at a new music festival planned for Galashiels.
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26 Jul 2015 09:00

BEG-gers launch Astonishing fundraiser in Galashiels

HITTING the high notes is no problem for a group of young musicians from Canada and the US who arrive in Galashiels next week on the last leg of their European tour.
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25 Jul 2015 08:30

St Boswells hosts Edinburgh Fringe performance

A FORMER member of the Borders Youth Theatre will bring a piece of the Edinburgh Fringe to St Boswells next week. Angus Yellowlees has written and co-directed Styx - a tragic-comic thriller about love and accidental murder.
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24 Jul 2015 09:00

Borders Youth Theatre kick off new production

BORDERS Youth Theatre will be performing a revival of Conversions this weekend – a play about rugby in the Borders and the attitudes of men and women towards it.
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19 Jul 2015 07:30

Model Aeroplanes are among the headliners at this year’s Stowed Out music festival

NOW in its fourth year the Stowed Out Festival has a deserved reputation for bringing to Stow exciting acts that you won’t see at other events in the Borders.
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16 Jul 2015 09:30

Rory rips into January

SATIRIST Rory Bremner has launched the 2016 Cash for Kids calendar.
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12 Jul 2015 09:30

Let’s talk rugby

LATER this month, Borders Youth Theatre will be performing a revival of Conversions – a play about rugby in the Borders and the attitudes of men and women towards it.
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10 Jul 2015 09:30

Earlston excels with Grease Lightning

RYDELL High came to Earlston, or that’s how it felt sitting in the audience watching the High School’s summer show for 2015, Grease.
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8 Jul 2015 14:30

Scottish Borders Hill Walking Club

WATERPROOFS or not? That was the question on the lips of the eleven walkers gathered near Langleeford in Northumberland.
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8 Jul 2015 08:30

Make a pet pal this summer

PARENTS in Galashiels are being given the opportunity to take their children to a series of fun, free pet workshops this summer holiday, where they can interact with and learn more about a variety of scaled, finned and furry friends.
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7 Jul 2015 09:30

Hawick warms up for Walking Weekend

THE Hawick Walking Weekend has been an annual event since 2011. And for this year it will keep pace from Friday until Sunday.
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6 Jul 2015 08:30 • Stephen Mahon

Night of inspiration at Galashiels Academy awards

A DETERMINED schoolboy who refuses to let cerebral palsy prevent him compete in sport has received a special award.
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