The Sound of Music is to become the longest running musical at the Sands Centre.
The features classic songs like Do-Re-Mi, Climb Every Mountain, and The Sound of Music.
This year's the 50th anniversary of the film, and it'll be on in Carlisle until the 14th March.
Some of the best ice-skaters in the world have arrived in Carlisle.
The Russian Ice Stars, many of whom are former Olympic medalists, are appearing at the Sands Centre in a production of Snow White.
Paul Crone went to meet them.
The Russian Stars are in town performing Snow White on Ice at the Sands Centre in Carlisle.
The show runs until Sunday, and the narrator is none other than TV chef turned presenter Rustie Lee.
She says she can't believe the brilliance of some of the skaters, many of whom are former Olympic medalists.
The world famous Russian Ice Stars are performing at the Sands Centre in Carlisle tonight.
The troop, which includes former Winter Olympians, will be performing Snow White on Ice for the next four days.
Carlisle second annual Skills Fair is being held in the Sands Centre today.
Hundreds of pupils from around the city will have the opportunity to meet around 90 local employers.
The event , which was organised by local MP John Stevenson, was designed to show young people what careers are available in Cumbria after they leave school.
It's that time of year again - when the Panto season gets underway.
Up to 25,000 people are expected to pack into the Sands Centre in Carlisle for this year's show.
Katie Hunter has been along to see the last minute rehearsals ahead of the opening tomorrow.
January in Carlisle means one thing - the Sand Centre's annual quiz.
It has been run for 20 years by Geoff Haugh, the rest of the year Geoff is a health and wellbeing co-ordinator but for one night only each year he becomes the quizmaster.
Six hundred people take part in the quiz each year.
In the report below Geoff spoke to Samantha Parker about where he gets his ideas from and how he keeps the questions fresh each year.
The stage show, Calendar Girls, has opened in Carlisle.
The true story is about a group of women who try to do something different to raise some money for leukaemia research after one of their husbands died from the disease.
The women - all members of the WI - pose nude for the annual WI calendar. Their calendar and their story has gone on to raise millions of pounds.
Marti Errington-Dodds went to meet the cast and sent this report for ITV Border: