Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina. Well, it’s safe to say on this occasion I, for once, didn’t cry during last night’s performance at HM Theatre.
P-A-N-T-O. Trust me you will be singing this (to the tune of B-I-N-G-O) right up until Santa comes down the chimney.
Susan Welsh saw the RSNO Viennese Gala at Eden Court Theatre.
From Sassoon and Owen to Thomas and Rosenberg, the work of wartime poets is widely recognised as some of the most powerful poetry in existence.
As the Music Hall in Aberdeen prepares to re-open its doors on December 8, the spring 2019 line-up has been unveiled.
It is one of the best-loved modern fairy tales to grace the silver screen.
The organisers behind this year’s Aberdeen Comedy Festival have hailed it as “the best yet”.
Susan Welsh saw An Evening With Eric and Ern at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
A church in the Highlands will host the world premiere of a new opera written by one of the UK’s most distinguished composers, thanks to an anonymous donation.
Music is magical. It makes time travellers of us all.
Susan Welsh saw Ballet Black at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
For the fourth night in succession I was in Eden Court reviewing a show.
If you’re looking for a lorra, lorra laughs and a few surprise surprises, you’d best head down to HM Theatre this week to catch the hit musical Cilla.
Many stage shows which come to Eden Court are based on real-life and personal events, none more so than, Egg.
Stan Arnaud watched Fame the Musical at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
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.
Whatever the weather holds, the outlook is sunny for the Highlands and islands this year, thanks to a host of top-class entertainment and events taking place, writes Susan Welsh
Hundreds packed out an Aberdeen park last night to enjoy a special outdoor performance of a world-class opera.
Susan Welsh saw Bingo! A new musical comedy at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
Since premiering in Glasgow in 2011, The National Theatre of Scotland’s play, created by writer David Greig, The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart has enjoyed phenomenal success both at home and abroad.
It might be sweaty and exhausting work, but Gavin Spokes is proud to keep the farce flag flying, writes Andrew Youngson
Susan Welsh enjoys a brush with one of the biggest small stars of showbusiness, Basil Brush
The sign on the wall said of their house said, Home Sweet Home, but for young Hansel and Gretel life wasn’t so sweet.
Donald Trump is a bit like Marmite – you either love him or loathe him. His call earlier this year to ban Muslims from the United States sparked furious debate on both sides of the pond, which is why one award-winning show visiting Eden Court this Saturday could not be more topical.
Press and Journal columnists The Flying Pigs are back with a brand-new show. Cheryl Livingstone speaks to Craig Pike about why it’s good to laugh at yourself
I am a non-native to the north-east. One might think this would put me at a disadvantage when taking in the dazzling display of Doric that is Driech Encounter.
The curtain has closed on the panto and the January blues have well and truly sunk in. As we sit at our desks, weaning our bodies back into a routine after two weeks of long lies and scrumptious brunches, the only things keeping us going are the, hopefully, approaching warmer weather and a busy social calendar. Unfortunately, no one can make any promises weather-wise, but there’s plenty of live shows visiting Aberdeen this year to keep you entertained. Your Weekend takes a look at what’s on this month and next
If you like pantomime, you will love Dick Whittington and His Cat, now showing at the Tivoli Theatre in Aberdeen. This isn’t the first time the spectacular Christmas pantomime has appeared at the Tivoli, as the 1960s poster in the programme boasts: “Twelve wonderful scenes of colour and gaiety, with a cast of top-flight pantomime stars” – and not much has changed in 50 years. But this year, the Attic Theatre company are behind the magic.
Looking for something exciting to do this weekend? Here are 13 events that you definitely don't want to miss.
While he tries to maintain a low media profile, Adam Garcia can’t fight being forever known as the ‘Ugly’ guy. Andrew Youngson writes
Get ready for Inverness and the Highlands’ packed 2015 programme of sights and sounds, writes Susan Welsh
Following his last sellout tour of Licence to Thrill, Strictly Come Dancing’s Brendan Cole is once again set to dazzle audiences in Aberdeen and Inverness with his brand-new show, A Night to Remember