BORDERS Live Touring are spreading some festive cheer this December with three performances, suitable for all ages, guaranteed to chase away the winter blues.

On Sunday, the Tait Hall in Kelso will be transformed into a winter wonderland as the Folksy Theatre group arrive with the the classic story of The Snow Queen.

The brand-new adaptation has been warmly welcomed across the country during the Folksy Theatre Tour.

This production uses a mix of performers, puppetry, live music and multimedia to bring something a little different to this much-loved text.

With high energy performances, audience interaction and out right silliness, Folksy’s The Snow Queen will be a theatre experience to be remembered.

Splinters from a magic mirror that distorts the appearance of everything that it reflects, get into Kai's heart and eyes.

He becomes cruel and no longer cares about his best friend, Gerda.

Kai is taken by the Snow Queen and a heartbroken Gerda, sets out on a journey to save her friend, meeting many fantastic characters along the way. Will Gerda be able to save Kai?

Doors will open an hour before the performance, at 3pm, to allow for some Cosy Crafts and Frosty Face Paints to be enjoyed.

The performance of Snow Queen at the Tait Hall on Sunday, December 10 begins at 4pm.

Tickets can be booked online at