They're three Scots with a can-can-do attitude and they were involved in celebrating the 13oth anniversary of the Moulin Rouge.
Cast your mind back to 1994. Nelson Mandela became South Africa’s first black president, Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction hit the big screens and you could find me, aged eight, and my mum, bopping along to M People on my way to primary school in her Clio.
REVIEW: Reginald D Hunter has audience howling with laughter after being ‘caught short’ during Aberdeen show
Comedian Reginald D Hunter visited Aberdeen Music Hall at the weekend with his hilarious new tour, and left the crowd with a night which will last long in the memory, if only for an unusual reason.
The North East is set to see out 2014 in style with a packed programme of foot-stomping music and fantastic fireworks.
Newly-discovered comp by a world-acclaimed Aberdeenshire musician and composer are set to be released in a new book as part of the Silver Cities Stories festival.