MAC Arts is the place to be this month as the venue is set to host a range of talented entertainers throughout June.

'June Jamboree' at the Galashiels venue continues next week with three great acts taking to the stage.

The Skids


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On Thursday, June 15 Scottish punk legends The Skids return to the Mac Arts stage.

This being the band's third visit to Mac Arts, the show will coincide with the release of their latest album Destination Dusseldorf.

A Mac Arts spokesperson said: "Still a few tickets available, but this is close to being sold out so don’t leave it to chance, buy in advance!"

The Skids will be supported by 3 Out of 4.

Doors – 7.30pm (8pm start)

Advance tickets – £25.50

Romeo, from The Magic Numbers


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On Friday, June 16 singer and songwriter Romeo Stodart, of The Magic Numbers, will bring his indie rock sound to the Borders.

Best known as the lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for The Magic Numbers, Romeo has also worked as a solo artist.

The Magic Numbers formed in 2002 and was made up of Romeo, his sister Michele, Sean Gannon, and Angela Gannon.

Releasing their first album in 2005, the band received critical and commercial acclaim – the album was nomination for a Mercury Prize award.

Romeo's debut solo album was released in 2011 and had a more acoustic sound.

Doors – 7.30pm (8pm start)

Advance tickets – £15

Darren McGarvey


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Next week's 'Jamboree' offerings come to a close on Saturday, June 17 with Darren McGarvey.

The Orwell Prize-winning autor, broadcaster, and hip-hop artist asks the difficult questions in his show The Social Distance Between Us – the title of his recent book.

Audiences help shape this show, so no performance is the same.

In just an hour McGarvey covers topics such as class inequality with passion – but throws in moments of humour too.

As well as the performance, McGarvey will also meet audience members and sign copies of his book.

Doors – 6.30pm (7pm start)

Advance tickets – £15

For more information and to book tickets, visit the Mac Arts website.