Kelso Tait Hall
The Tait Hall is a large Art-Deco building with good floor space, a fixed stage and raked seating at the rear. It is suitable for shows, concerts, dinners, dances, weddings and many other social and community functions. The Tait Hall is used annually to host the Scottish Opera and the Scottish Ballet. Downstairs there is a large kitchen, there is also a meeting room. The hall features a wide entrance foyer with a ticket booth.
An Evening of Song and Conversation with Peggy Seger
Peggy Seeger - singer, songwriter, feminist, icon, muse - is the undisputed queen of folk and political song. Now in her 80s, her performances, charisma and wit remain undiminished. Join Peggy and sons for a memorable evening featuring some of her and Ewan MacColl’s most treasured songs, readings from her highly acclaimed memoir ‘The First Time Ever’ and plenty of relaxed family banter.
Friday 9 November
Tickets from £15
Tait Hall, Kelso
Book online HERE
Foyer (with ticket booth)
There are male, female and disabled toilets.
Disabled access to the Main Hall is via a small stair lift.
There is a car park at the hall, on-street parking and other car parks with 10 minutes walking distance.
You can request to book by completing the downloadable form, which can be completed digitally or by printing off and returning.
To email a booking request, please send to: email@example.com
To return a printed copy, please send to: Live Borders, Melrose Road, Galashiels, TD1 2DU.