TWEED Theatre’s irreverent review of royalty in all its forms, We Are Not Amused, hits the Eastgate Theatre in Peebles this week.

All kinds of monarchs, both born, like Mary, Queen of Scots and chosen by we, the people, like Presley and Springsteen as kings of rock, will be saluted in the cabaret-style review.

Learn more about Elvis’s mysterious sister, the poignant last audience of Harold Wilson with the Queen and what happens when Victoria Wood’s hapless am dram group rehearses a bizarre version of Hamlet.

Come along and grab a table with your friends, sup drinks from the bar, enter our fun, royal-themed competition and sit back and relax, while Tweed Theatre performs the words of Pam Ayres, AA Milne, Rabbie Burns, Victoria Wood and those very clever chaps who wrote Blackadder, amongst others.

Performances start at 7.30 on Thursday and run until Saturday, September 17.

Despite being in the presence of royalty, audience dress code will be informal.

As queenie says: “If you miss it, it’ll be Off with your Head!”.

The licence fee for the three shows goes directly to Comic Relief.