Are you looking for something to do this weekend in the Scottish Borders?

Here are just a few suggestions.

At the Eastgate Theatre in Peebles you could see Heal and Harrow where Rachel Newton and Lauren MacColl pay a musical tribute to the women executed in the 17th century Scottish Witch Trials.

Also on is A Brief History of the Fragile Male Ego, the digital adaptation of the riotous and very funny solo Fringe hit, that cuts to the bone of the current conversation around gender politics. Performed by a theatre company that wants to see a world in which ‘women take up space.’

Or you could watch ‘Belle’ where a shy, high school student named Suzu becomes Belle in the digital world and takes off on an epic quest or Boiling Point, a tense thriller starring Stephen Graham involving the relentless pressure of a restaurant kitchen as a head chef wrangles his team on the busiest day of the year.

Popular female comic Jo Caulfield will be appearing on stage at the Heart of Hawick on Saturday night at 8pm. (Doors open 7pm)

Jo can regularly be seen headlining the UK’s biggest and best comedy clubs and has appeared on hit shows like ‘Have I Got News For You’ or ‘Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’ and radio shows such as ‘Just a Minute’ or ‘Stop The Press.’

The venue’s cinemas will be showing Belfast, the poignant story of love, laughter and loss in one boy’s childhood, amid the music and social tumult of the late 1960s, Sing 2 where Buster Moon and his friends must persuade reclusive rock star Clay Calloway to join them for the opening of a new show and The King’s Man the action thriller in which an aristocrat attempts to intervene in the course of history following the outbreak of World War One.

The Pavilion Cinema in Galashiels will also be showing Belfast and Sing 2 along with Marry me, the romantic comedy where pop superstar is jilted by her rock-star fiancé moments before their wedding at Madison Square Garden, so she marries a random guy from the crowd instead.

Also showing is Death on the Nile where Hercule Poirot’s Egyptian adventure aboard a glamorous river steamer descends into a terrifying search for a murderer when an idyllic honeymoon is shattered by violent deaths.

Uncharted, the prequel to the games, starring Holland as a younger Drake, showing us details of how he came to meet and befriend Sully and Spiderman-No Way Home where our friendly neighbourhood hero is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life from the high-stakes of being a superhero.

For sports fans, (weather permitting) Tommy McIntyre brings his Celtic B youngsters to Netherdale to take on Gala Fairydean Rovers on Saturday. This should be a cracker. Celtic beat Vale last week 4-0 and Gala beat league leaders Bonnyrigg Rose 5-1 on Tuesday.

At the same time as Gala face Melrose next door in the hugely anticipated top of the table Borders derby in National League One.

Other rugby matches in the region include Jed-Forests Premiership match against GHA at the Riverside, Biggar face Heriot’s in a top of the table clash at Hartree Mill and Kelso face Boroughmuir at Poynder Park.

In the lower divisions Peebles host Falkirk and Gala YM are at home to Dalkeith.