The bust of Robert Burns is being returned to the Theatre Royal in Dumfries after it was moved to allow for refurbishment.
The theatre, which is Scotland's oldest working theatre, has undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment.
Robert Burns was one of the early patrons of the theatre and his bust was moved to his favourite pub whilst work was carried out.
The theatre re-opens on December 2nd with the pantomime Beauty and the Beast.
'Hairy Biker' Dave Myers has become an an Honorary Fellow of the University of Cumbria for his contribution to the media and culinary arts.Read the full story ›
The Bay City Rollers have been announced as one of the headline acts of the Big Burns Supper 2016.
The Scottish 70s boy band will play at the Spiegeltent in Dumfries on the opening night of the Big Burns Supper.
The festival, which describes itself as 'the World's biggest Burns night celebration', will run from January 23rd - 31st 2016.
The annual festival brings around £1 million to the local economy. This year money is also being raised to help communities in Nepal.Read the full story ›
Schoolchildren across Cumbria have been learning all about Shakespeare, as part of a nationwide festival.Read the full story ›
Severe weather wasn't enough to put people off celebrating the Winter Droving in Penrith. Thousands took part in a torch-lit parade.Read the full story ›
See some of the best photos, as 10,000 people watched the Carlisle Christmas lights being switched on. There were some special guests too...Read the full story ›
The Moat Brae Trust in Dumfries is looking for artists to help create the enchanted Neverland Garden, in the house that forms the inspiration for J.M. Barrie's novel Peter Pan.
Moat Brae House is due to open as a national centre of children's literature in 2018.
Applications are open until November 23rd.
Find out how the therapists help patients to continue doing the things they love.Read the full story ›
Not many people know what an Occupational Therapist is... and this new video by University of Cumbria students seeks to inform them.Read the full story ›