A new class aims to transform the way youngsters with additional support needs engage with music.
Aberdeen Performing Arts
Shocked stagehands had to collect a left-behind frying pan, a pillow and a riding crop after gigs in the north-east this year, entertainment bosses have revealed.
Culture bosses promise year of thrills with Paul Weller, Peppa Pig and Mamma Mia! among big names heading to Aberdeen in 2020
A raft of fan-favourite comedians, top musicians and blockbuster shows have been announced as coming to the north-east.
A leading light in the region’s cultural and creative arts sector was honoured with a lifetime achievement award at last night’s Northern Star Business Awards (NSBAs).
Music lovers who travelled from across the world to make an Aberdeen music festival “unforgettable” have been praised by organisers.
True North festival has music at its core and is aiming to put Aberdeen on the map as a destination for up-and-coming musicians.
Up-and-coming authors are being given the chance to take to the stage and share their work when a unique crime fiction festival returns to the north-east.
Members of the public are being invited to tread the boards and learn the secrets behind some of Aberdeen’s most beloved institutions.
Stage thriller The Girl on the Train comes to Aberdeen this autumn, with Eastenders star Samantha Womack in the lead role.
A new season of music and drama summer schools has been announced by Aberdeen Performing Arts.
A specially-curated concert celebrating the very best of Scottish pop music is among the highlights of this year's True North festival line-up.
Scottish indie rock band The Twilight Sad have been revealed as the first headline act for an increasingly popular Aberdeen music festival.
As someone who disapproves of sweeties being unwrapped too loudly at the cinema, I wasn't sure how I would take to the Czech National Symphony Orchestra playing throughout a screening of Back to the Future.
The north-east's biggest Back To The Future fan dressed up as his hero and hopped into an exact replica of the film's time-travelling car to promote a unique screening.
Public toilets, libraries and community centres could close under ‘heartbreaking’ Aberdeen City Council budget plans
The city council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
Three new shows are expected to bring the silver screen to Aberdeen this year.
A stage show celebrating the music of The Beatles will stop at His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen for six nights.
One of the north-east's most cherished concert halls opened its doors again at the weekend with a celebratory singalong led by a Scottish music superstar.
Aberdeen Music Hall will today throw open its doors to the public for the first time in almost three years.
As Aberdeen Performing Arts prepares to reopen the grand doors of the city’s Music Hall after a two-year, £9 million transformation, artists, musicians and performers are lining up to take to the stage.
Struggling fundraisers have had to turn to Aberdeen City Council for a multi-million-pound loan to fill the black hole in the Music Hall budget.
A line-up of hit musicals, ballet and drama will be at the heart of His Majesty's Theatre's (HMT) new season.
Aberdeen’s historic Music Hall will officially reopen on December 8 with a series of special performances following its two-year, £9 million transformation.
More than 5,000 people are estimated to have filled music venues across Aberdeen after a festival attracted an eclectic array of artists to the city.
An Aberdeen pupil’s musical ode to the Granite City has won a competition to celebrate the upcoming reopening of Union Street’s historic Music Hall.
Panto stars were in Aberdeen yesterday bringing some cheer at the launch of this year’s show.
Scottish post-rock band Mogwai will headline Aberdeen’s award-winning music festival True North later this year.
A new theatre show inspired by conversations overheard in bus shelters in Aberdeen will open next week.
North-east superstar Emeli Sande has become the first person to take part in a pioneering fundraising scheme for Aberdeen’s Music Hall transformation.
Young people have been offered the chance to become ambassadors for Aberdeen Music Hall following the completion of its £8.7million renovation this year.
A sponsorship campaign has been launched to raise money to fund the ambitious transformation of the city Music Hall.
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.