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.
Aberdeen students are in the midst of intense rehearsals ahead of the famous Student Show which runs this week. A long-standing tradition in the city, many people flock to HMT every year to see the production.
Musician, fiddler and composer Aidan O’Rourke spent a year writing daily musical responses to James Robertson’s short story collection 365: Stories.
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.
Aberdonians love to let their hair down at any time of year, but thankfully we are finally into April with a (fingers crossed) sunny spring and summer ahead of us.
The clocks have changed and it looks like spring is finally here. Hopefully the sun will come out and we can all enjoy some good weather and beautiful scenery.
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.
Brenda Edwards is sure that Aberdonian audiences will be jumping out of their seats to dance before the end of the show as Hairspray hits the Granite City this week.
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.
Time is running out to get your tickets for the Aberdeen Young Professionals (AYP) Ball.
High energy, high kicking and gloriously glamorous, Crazy For You is the ultimate feel-good musical with a fabulous score from the Gershwin brothers’ songbook.
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.
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Get ready for a tale of romance and royalty as opera singer Joshua Baxter chats about the opening of The Gondoliers.
Sharon Gill School of Dance and Aberdeen Cheer and Dance Company present Raise the Barre.
The annual Aberdeen festival, which takes place at Hazlehead Park on June 1 and 2, has confirmed the headliners for the summer event.
Melissa Hemsley talks about removing the pressure and guilt from cooking.
The Unspoken Truths exhibition is very personal to Jane McDonough; she has been using art as a way of coping with chronic pain.
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.
With Valentine’s Day looming, we have sourced some seductive styles to inspire your date-night outfit.
The stage lights up with an explosion of energy and Clive John takes to the stage as the essence of the iconic Johnny Cash.
Ahead of the exciting opening of Stephen Sondheim’s Company at Aberdeen Arts Centre, Natasha Mckim spoke to Ashleigh Gray about her role in the Tony Award-winning musical.
Romance a loved one by preparing dishes featuring watercress, said to be a natural aphrodisiac.
A murder has occurred and HM Theatre needs a team of nosey investigators to inspect the scene.
Aberdeen is in for a treat when stars from the west end take to the stage at Aberdeen Arts Centre this week.
Explore the selection of tartan treats the British Heart Foundation have on offer this January.
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.
One-third of The Xcerts answers some questions and finally lets us know where the band name comes from.
Celebrate Burns night through the medium of high street fashion.
How are you going to toast 2018?
2018 is shaping up to be filled with some amazing events.
Start filling up your diary as there are plenty of pantomimes to go and see this festive season.