Panto stars were in Aberdeen yesterday bringing some cheer at the launch of this year’s show.
A West End star who rose to fame on a TV singing contest has been announced as one of the stars of this year’s pantomime at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen.
Pantomime stars from His Majesty’s Theatre took a break from the stage yesterday morning to spread some cheer through the wards in the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
American music legend, and Aberdeen pantomime star, Jimmy Osmond has lamented the fact that people in his homeland simply "don't get" the appeal of panto.
Christmas is all about wishes, from adult’s hopes and dreams of a better year to come, to children hoping to get everything on their Santa list.
Long Haired Lover from Liverpool singer Jimmy Osmond will catch the eye of "Widow Twankey from Tillydrone" when he appears in an Aberdeen pantomime.
She's become a dab hand at the Doric as a Christmas dame.
It’s Peter Pan like you’ve never seen it before. Cheryl Livingstone joins Elaine C. Smith, Alan McHugh and Jordan Young as they once again bring festive joy to the north-east
A sighting of Elaine C. Smith in the Granite City can mean only one thing – panto season is nearly upon us. Cheryl Livingstone speaks to four local lads who have bagged the chance of a lifetime and get to share the stage with the queen herself
For Aberdeen’s favourite panto performers, getting the formula right is all about getting your story straight. Andrew Youngson catches up with the cast and director before Beauty and the Beast bounces on to the stage