A PEEBLES theatre is taking to the road this autumn to deliver a series of storytelling events.

Eastgate Theatre will be travelling to some unexpected and beautiful Borders locations as part of its Wild Little Stories series which promises songs, tunes, films and, of course, stories.

The events are being run as part of the 2018 Scottish International Storytelling Festival with the first event taking place at St Ronan’s Wells, Innerleithen, on Friday, October 19, 2-4pm.

Storyteller and clarsach player Heather Yule will weave stories and music into a fun, family afternoon before leading a workshop to create new stories inspired by St Ronan’s Wells and the abundant plants and animals that grow and live beside it.

On Saturday, October 27, Wild Little Stories moves on to Kailzie Gardens, where storyteller and artist Mary Kenny will lead a walk through the grounds and relay stories including tales of the fairy realm, selkies, giants and ghosts. The event runs from 2-4pm.

The final, Halloween-themed Wild Little Stories takes place at Whitmuir Farm near Lamancha on Wednesday, October 31, 3.30-5.30pm. Led by storyteller Lea Taylor, the event will include scary stories, a pumpkin carving workshop and a special Halloween pumpkin parade.

Tickets are £8, £6 for under 15s and £25 for a family of four (includes afternoon tea), available from Box Office on 01721 725777 or online at www.eastgatearts.com