With film and tv credits that include The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, Taboo, Trial & Retribution and Macbeth – and currently starring on screen in Fisherman’s Friends: One and All – David Hayman is one of Scotland’s most respected actors.
Cycling fans are in for a treat at the Eastgate Theatre on 16 Sept when 2Magpies Theatre tours its production of Ventoux – a dramatic retelling of one of the most memorable stage races in the history of the Tour de France.
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The Eastgate Theatre welcomes some seriously big guns in July with performances by The Unthanks, a special club night hosted by James Yorkston, plus Ralph Fiennes in blistering form in an exhilarating new play from David Hare for the National Theatre.
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A writer and historian of many talents, David Gange’s first books were cultural histories of the nineteenth century, but this equally acclaimed nature writer also has a deep love of the mountains and the sea – a passion that brings him to the Eastgate Theatre as a headline speaker at the Peebles Outdoor Film Festival on 18 June.
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Final preparations are being made ahead of the inaugural Scotland International Festival of Cinema – a chance for cinephiles to meet the stars of tomorrow as an international cast of actors, directors and crew descend on Peebles for a six-day celebration of the very best in independent film.
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Phillip Pullman’s tale of a terrifying manhunt and a tiny child who holds the fate of the future comes to the stage in dazzling fashion in the National Theatre’s production of The Book of Dust (La Belle Savage).
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An acclaimed series of dance and movement sessions designed to support those who live with Parkinson’s disease (and their friends and carers) is being extended by the Eastgate Theatre with a new block running weekly from 28 April through until June.
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