An exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum on video games will explore “one of the most important design disciplines of our time”, its director has said.
A decision on whether to revamp the way libraries and museums and sports facilities are managed has been delayed.
Sir Tom Jones, Rag’n’Bone Man and Kasabian will be among the headliners at a new festival in Scotland’s capital.
The northern lights of Aberdeen were as bright as they could be last night as the city launched an annual arts festival.
BBC director-general Tony Hall will appear before MPs as the corporation faces further scrutiny over gender pay inequality.
Comedian Dara O Briain has warned of the “waste of potential” Britain faces by losing its theatres, as a new report showed 35 are at risk.
A popular event which illuminates dark winter evenings with spectacular artistic displays will return next year with a musical twist.
Cash-strapped council chiefs have pulled the plug on financial support for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival - putting its survival in serious doubt.
Aberdeen International Youth Festival celebrates finale of “most exciting, varied and diverse” year yet
More than 900 young actors, dancers and musicians from across the globe made this year’s Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) one of the “most exciting, varied and diverse” in its 44-year history.
Hundreds of young musicians, dancers, actors and more are travelling from all across the world to the north-east for the official launch of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival 2017.
An ambitious new science fiction venture will boldly go where no futuristic props have gone before - to Peterhead's Arbuthnot Museum.
Peterhead's harbour has sheltered fishermen, whalers and explorers over the years and the north-east port will now host the Pirates of Penzance as part of a unique travelling opera.
The planned UK tour of Shout! The Mod Musical has been cancelled due to poor ticket sales.
North-east photographers are being given the chance to show off their work as part of a project to promote art and culture in Peterhead.
More than 300 Moray schoolchildren have snapped up tickets to an upcoming celebration of the arts, which will take place at some of the region's most scenic spots.
An ambitious regeneration project driven by people power could bring gardens, shopping festivals and even a theatre to the heart of the north-east's biggest town.
Thousands of music fans from across the north-east had fun in the sun at an Aberdeen festival this weekend - despite "Tempahs" flaring over the headline act pulling out at the last minute.
A Moray arts group has been heralded for its trailblazing approach when it comes to staging volunteer-led spectacles.
A north-east organisation which takes art and culture to the region's most remote areas has celebrated three decades in action.
Tours through Royal Deeside's forests and farmland were among the activities which launched an annual celebration of Aberdeenshire culture.
A scenic Aberdeenshire valley will come alive to the tune of the fiddle this week as an annual celebration of music and food kicks off.
Thousands of visitors flocked to a Moray town to take part in the colourful spectacle of its annual Culture Day.
The draw of Aboyne Highland Games proved further-reaching than ever, with visitors from the Far East, Africa and India among the crowd.
An award-winning youth brass band has travelled thousands of miles from its school in Beijing all the way to the north-east of Scotland to take part in this year's Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF).
Young performers from across the globe took to the streets this weekend as one of the north-east longest running festivals kicked off for 2015.
An Aberdeenshire town will burst into life this weekend as it hosts the north-east leg of the Hindi festival of colour - one of India's biggest celebrations.
Performers from all over the world are preparing for a spectacular grand finale tonight of the Aberdeen Youth Festival - which has been described as the most experimental to date.
An Aberdeen university's vision for a bold cultural expansion in the north-east came under the microscope last night.
A new vision for the cultural future of the north-east has been drawn up by a team of Aberdeen-based academics.