How are you going to toast 2018?
Struggle with your hearing?
North Atlantic Fiddle Convention festival director tells of the exciting programme planned for this year
The north-east is alive with the sound of fiddles this weekend and the whole family can get involved.
Tennessee songwriter Nathan Bell has had a career with plenty of ups and downs, including an almost 15-year break from the industry. Natasha Mckim catches up with Nathan ahead of his visit to Aberdeen this week.
What better way to spend the Easter weekend than on an adventure?
Mary McCusker tells why The Steamie is still relevant to audiences as it celebrates its 30th anniversary tour.
Expect jaw-dropping performances from one of Scotland’s most modest musical stars.
Whether out on the town, or snuggled up indoors, here are our top picks for making the most of your down time
Mike Oxley, 50, is one of the band members of Groove Cruise. The group are playing at the Lemon Tree this Hogmanay, so bring in the New Year with a dance.
The annual Aberdeen festival, which takes place at Hazlehead Park on June 1 and 2, has confirmed the headliners for the summer event.
Everyone knows the name Robert Burns, but an Independent Aberdeen record company has put its own spin on his songs.
Get all dressed up for this annual ladies charity event. Now in its fifth year, the glamorous evening is held in aid of the Scottish Children’s charity Kidney Kids Scotland.
Adapted from Dick King-Smith’s children’s novel which inspired the Oscar-winning 1995 film, Babe The Sheep-Pig will be brought to life on stage in an enchanting new production.
A murder has occurred and HM Theatre needs a team of nosey investigators to inspect the scene.
Musician, fiddler and composer Aidan O’Rourke spent a year writing daily musical responses to James Robertson’s short story collection 365: Stories.
Billy Doherty is 58-and-a-half years old but going on 21.
Shaun Canning and Julie Knox were brought together by their shared love for music and are embarking on their first ever tour together, taking their music around the north of Scotland.
The death of David Bowie hit Irish musician and actress Camille O’Sullivan hard, but now she is ready to celebrate his music in a special tribute show during the True North festival.
Hordes of tartan-clad Highlanders are descending on the Lonach Highland Gathering this weekend.
With the Aberdeen Comedy Festival kicking off this weekend, Natasha Mckim finds out what will get audiences giggling.
Dundonian Francis Boag, former head of art at Aberdeen Grammar School who now lives on the Ury Estate in Stonehaven, will showcase more than 30 pieces at Gallery Heinzel on Thistle Street from March 10 to April 21.
She may not have won the X Factor last year, but she has won our hearts.
This week, the streets of Aberdeen turn into a giant art exhibition, full of visual and interactive exhibits for the public to explore. The Look Again festival of visual art and design returns for another year with a full programme.
At an age when most people would be thinking of retirement and days spent on the golf course, 64-year-old Jack Morrocco is still as busy as ever.
Delve into a world of memories at The Lemon Tree this weekend. Little ones will be mesmerised as a sleepy attic full of cobwebs and boxes comes to life.
This isn’t going to be an ordinary night out to the theatre. If you’re heading to see Jersey Boys during their time in Aberdeen then get ready for an evening of great music from a bygone era.
Twenty-one local schools will take to the stage in Aberdeen later this week in what are sure to be two evenings of incredible entertainment.
Get your dancing shoes ready as the musical theatre spectacle that is Fame takes over His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen for a few exciting days this month.
Grab your tickets to see the musical master of ceremonies Jools Holland and his acclaimed Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, who have announced their annual musical excursion around the UK and Ireland for 2018.
The stage lights up with an explosion of energy and Clive John takes to the stage as the essence of the iconic Johnny Cash.
Aberdeen has a darker past than the gleaming granite may suggest. Last weekend, Aberdonians had the chance to delve deep into its history of crime and murder while meeting famous authors and honing writing skills at Granite Noir.
One-third of The Xcerts answers some questions and finally lets us know where the band name comes from.