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Time to look again at our city and heritage

People living in Aberdeen will once again be asked to become tourists in their own city when one of Scotland's leading visual art and design festivals returns later this month. The Look Again festival runs from April 27 - May 1, 2017.

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Fall in love with Crazy Glue

It has already been performed in more than 30 venues in four different countries, now Single Shoe Production's touching and critically acclaimed theatre piece, Crazy Glue, is heading for Findhorn next week.

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Scotland the best

A new paperback edition of Peter Irvine’s Scotland the Best: 100 Places has been published and features 100 extraordinary Scottish places selected by Peter, accompanied by stunning images from some of Scotland’s finest photographers. Here, Peter gives us a flavour of his favourite places in the Highlands.

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Taste whisky in a Marie Curie event

Dalmore master blender, Richard Paterson, will share his expertise at an exclusive whisky tasting event in stunning Ardross Castle, an evening which will raise funds for Marie Curie Highland who offer hands-on home care and support to people living with a terminal illness.

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Three Aberdeen ladies are portraying Hollywood legends

Three women have come together to portray what might have happened in the dressing rooms of two stars: Betty Davis and Joan Crawford. Known to have a long-term feud, which came to a height during the filming of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, the actresses had to come together for the sake of the movie.

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