Given how bikes and the Tweed Valley go hand in hand, Peebles is a perfect port of call for the Big Bike Film Night – a carefully curated touring collection of short and documentary films with a distinct Kiwi twist.
Covering every possible cycling discipline, from road to gravel, mountain biking, triathlon and more, this treasure chest of films from around the world is a true celebration of all things two-wheeled.
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As the world’s attention turns to the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow, the Eastgate Theatre welcomes a pioneering natural history cinematographer whose work in the polar regions has given him a front row seat when it comes to documenting our changing climate.
Mountain enthusiasts have a chance to step into a world that few inhabit when The Alpinist – one of the most keenly anticipated climbing films since the 2018 Oscar-winning Free Solo – screens at the Eastgate next week.
A gripping new documentary by Peter Mortimer and Nick Rosen, whose previous films include The Dawn Wall and Valley Uprising, The Alpinist tells the story of Marc-André Leclerc, a young Canadian climber with a love of climbing remote, vertical walls of ice alone and without the safety net of a rope.
Think you know Bizet’s Carmen? Then think again. Rep-imagined by acclaimed choreographer Matthew Bourne, The Car Man transports the classic opera from the familiar 19th century Spanish cigarette factory to a garage-diner in 1960s America, where the dreams and passions of a community are shattered by the arrival of a handsome stranger.
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A decade on from their first performance, and with three acclaimed albums under their belt, RANT are now established as one of Scotland’s finest fiddle bands – as audiences will discover when the all-female quartet perform at the Eastgate Theatre on 8 October.
When Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham played to a packed Eastgate Theatre on 22 September, one member of the audience was particularly impressed by the performance. Thirteen year old accordionist Jamie Webster enjoyed the concert as a guest of the theatre after he had been invited backstage to chat and share a tune with Phil.
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The curious Case of the Prime Minister, the Floozie and the Lummock Rock Lighthouse may be unfamiliar to most, but that will all change when legendary duo Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson head to Peebles as part of a fond farewell tour on 30 September.
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