There are a range of cultural venues, halls and centres across the Scottish Borders, with distinct and diverse programmes – from the Eastgate Theatre in Peebles, to The Hippodrome in Eyemouth. You can search listings and information for venues here, or you can search events and exhibitions listings by date, venue, type or location on Live Borders on-line What’s On.

If you would like your venue to be added to this directory, please email Mary Morrison, call her on 01750 726400 or download and fill in venue information form.



Borders LIVE Touring

Arts & Creativity, Live Borders,
St Mary’s Mill, Selkirk, TD7 5EW
T. 01750 726400

Borders Live Touring (BLT) works with community-based halls and venues to bring affordable local and national professional companies producing high quality theatre, dance and music to the Scottish Borders. The scheme offers subsidies to reduce financial risk and supports predominantly volunteer promoters by working together to market live performances, offering training and networking opportunities both locally and nationally.

Contact Becki Hodgson by email or visit our website.


MacArts Centre


Bridge Street
Galashiels  TD11 1SP
T. 01896 664880

MacArts is a fantastic new community and performance venue in the centre of Galashiels.​ Originally a church, the building has been transformed into a contemporary multi-purpose facility. The perfect venue for your community, arts or special event. Email us or visit our website.


Eastgate Theatre


Peebles  EH45 8AD
T. 01721 725777

The Eastgate Theatre is a centre of entertainment, imagination, culture and creativity in the heart of Peebles. It connects local communities to all sorts of art, artists and artistic events by presenting a packed programme of live performances, classes, workshops and films. It is also the performance venue for many local arts groups and organisations.

Email us or visit our website.


The Cornucopia Room


4 Towerdykeside
Hawick  TD9 9EA
T. 01450 379933

Located in the centre of Hawick near the Heritage Hub, Tower Mill and Borders Textile Towerhouse and just round the corner from the Damascus Drum café, the Cornucopia Room is a flexible art space seating up to 50 and available for exhibitions, screenings (seats 30), talks, book launches, music and performance. Good natural acoustics and very reasonable rates.

For more please visit the website.