The Muckle Toon Adventure Festival gets underway in Langholm today.
The annual event which runs until Sunday features a host of activities and attractions from mountain biking and a half marathon to a cycling stunt team display.
The Theatre Royal has been undergoing a £2 million refurbishment. It's on course to open its doors for a Christmas pantomime.Read the full story ›
Scotland's oldest working theatre is hoping to re-open its doors to the public in time for a Christmas pantomime.
The Theatre Royal in Dumfries had been threatened with closure until a two million pound renovation and expansion project was approved.
Building work has been going on for around a year now.
Talkin Tarn near Brampton will be transformed into an open-air theatre this evening.
A touring theatre company is performing Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice by the side of the tarn.
Gates open at six o'clock for a seven o'clock start.
An international concert pianist will play on stage in Cumbria tonight, but will only use one hand.
Anthony Hewitt broke his shoulder in a cycling accident six weeks ago.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
An international concert pianist is performing in Cumbria tonight using only one hand after injuring himself in a cycling accident.Read the full story ›
An international concert pianists is playing at Ulverston Music Festival this week using only his left hand.
Antony Hewitt broke his shoulder and collar bone in a cycling accident six weeks ago.
He is playing music written for a musician injured in the First World War.
Visitor numbers to the Borders Book Festival increased by 30% this year.
Twenty-two thousand people attended throughout the four day event.
Speakers included Alex Salmond, Rory Bremner, and Andrew Marr.
John Spurling was presented with the sixth Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction at the Brewin Dolphin Borders Book Festival in Melrose.Read the full story ›
See footage of Elton John playing his biggest hits to a crowd of around 13,000 people at a concert in Westmorland last nightRead the full story ›