Saturday, November 10

2.30pm & 7pm


Living our Dream

Featuring a range of styles, this specially choreographed performance is a wonderful celebration of dance where senior pupils from the Fiona Henderson School of Dance display their talents on stage.

£12, £10, £6 for under 15s

Sunday, November 11



Johnny English Strikes Again

Johnny English is forced to come out of retirement to find a mastermind hacker.



King of Thieves

In this true story of Britain’s biggest robbery, a crew of retired crooks pull off a major heist in London’s jewellery district.



The Wife

Glenn Close stars as a wife questioning her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband, where he is due to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature.

All film tickets £9, £6, £25 family of four

Wednesday, November 14



Celtic Fiddle Festival

Three sensational fiddlers – Ireland’s Kevin Burke, France’s Christian Lemaître and Scotland’s own Charlie McKerron – celebrate the violin in all its globe-trotting variations, producing performances of dazzling energy and subtle grace. Supported by acclaimed guitarist Nicolas Quemener from Brittany.

£16, £14, £6 under 15s

Thursday, November 15



The Pomegranate Trio

The Pomegranate Trio – Fenella Barton (violin), Rebecca Hepplewhite (cello), Andrew West (piano) – is a collaboration between award-winning chamber musicians that has acquired an enviable reputation for its fine performances throughout the UK. Presented by Music in Peebles.

£15, £7, schoolchildren free

Friday, November 16



Craig Hill in C’mon the Lads

He’s back. Not much more we can say, other than he is as naughty, funny, charming and charismatic as ever!

£18, £16

Saturday, November 17



This Evil Thing

Written and performed by award-winning actor Michael Mears, this is the compelling story of the men who said no to war a century ago: from a gripping journey from a chapel in Yorkshire to the House of Commons; from an English country garden to a quarry in Aberdeen; and from a cell in Richmond Castle to a firing squad in France.

£14, £12, £6 under 15s

Eastgate Theatre, Peebles

Box Office: 01721 725777 (open Mon to Sat 10-5, and one hour before shows)