A world of her own
Last updated at 09:28, Thursday, 16 August 2012
LANGHOLM’S theatre group Centre Stage are putting the finishing touches to their next production Through the Looking Glass: Alice the Musical which runs from August 22 to 25 in the Buccleuch Centre.
Directed by Daniel Scott and Hannah Cumming, Through the Looking Glass is a new musical based on the book by Lewis Carroll.
Sixteen of the world’s most entrancing beauties take you on their carnival parade when The Ladyboys of Bangkok return to The Sands Centre, Carlisle on Saturday, September 1.
The 2012 MacDiarmid Lecture is on Saturday, September 8 in the Buccleuch Centre. Rab Wilson speaks on The Scots Language Today.The Dangleberries perform at DG One, Dumfries on Friday, August 31.
The Dangleberries perform at DG One, Dumfries on Friday, August 31.
Meet Ennis, a female lowland tapir, has been born at Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park, near Kirkcudbright. The calf, which was born on August 3 to parents Maisey and Kiarad, has been named Ennis after Britain’s newly-crowned Olympic champion Jessica Ennis, after her Olympic triumph in the heptathlon.
The Naworth Castle antiques and fine art fair near Brampton runs from Friday, August 31 to September 2.
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First published at 21:39, Wednesday, 15 August 2012
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