It’s appropriate that Scottish music legend Midge Ure has chosen to kick off his latest UK tour in Inverness, for the city helped shape his career and taught him how to cope with life on the road.
It was a good night for some at the 91st Oscars but a disappointing night for others. Check out our gallery of all the winners at last night’s event.
Alice Cooper will head to Aberdeen later this year for the first time in his 50-year career.
Susan Welsh saw the RSNO Viennese Gala at Eden Court Theatre.
John Legend has spoken of how happy he is that people around the world are discovering what a “superstar” his wife Chrissy Teigen is as he celebrated his 40th birthday.
Chris Evans has reduced his wife to tears with an emotional message during his final breakfast show on BBC Radio 2.
It feels like Christmas celebrations in Inverness have begun in earnest now that Phil Cunningham has presented his Christmas Songbook show at Eden Court.
Broadcaster Moira Stuart has joined Classic FM as a new presenter.
A show celebrating the music of Tina Turner is to play at Aberdeen's Music Hall as part of its debut UK tour.
For more than a decade, going to see Phil Cunningham and his musical pals – many of them household names including Eddi Reader, Karen Matheson and Kris Drever – in concert has become an essential part of the festive season.
Miley Cyrus has said she is only upset at losing her shrine to Elvis Presley when her house burned down last month.
World-renowned author and actor Ben Elton has been named the headliner of the fourth annual Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
From folk-pop to Scots, Kirsty Law has many strings to her bow.
Stacey Dooley has revealed she has not washed her hair since the Strictly Come Dancing show in Blackpool.
John Barrowman earned even more fans on I’m A Celebrity as he appeared to do a “slut drop” on his way to his Bushtucker trial.
Emmerdale viewers were thrilled to see Robert Sugden get back to his scheming ways – but have predicted that his latest plan will have dire consequences.
Movie stars have remembered late Marvel Comics co-creator Stan Lee as a "creative genius" who will leave "an indelible mark".
A trailer for Hollywood A-lister Karen Gillan's directorial debut The Party's Just Beginning has just been released.
Female gamekeeper from Dornoch is beating the boys at their own game, and wants other women to follow suit
If you believe in popular stereotypes, then you may believe the life of a gamekeeper is an unusual choice for a woman.
Sir Elton John is the first music superstar to be confirmed to perform at the new exhibition centre in Aberdeen.
ZombiTransylvania may have Count Dracula and Salem its witches, but Scotland is arguably the home of Halloween – or Samhain as it was originally known.
West End heavyweights such as The Lion King, Wicked and Phantom of the Opera are all well-known and well-loved – but what about a show that brings them all together?
Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina. Well, it’s safe to say on this occasion I, for once, didn’t cry during last night’s performance at HM Theatre.
Rowan Atkinson only “very occasionally” finds what he does on screen funny.
Bear Grylls will host a new Amazon series being billed as the “toughest global outdoor multi-sport endurance race on Earth”.
You know it’s a loyal crowd when the singer has to stop to allow the audience to chant the band’s name back at them.
The last series of Big Brother begins on Friday, after Channel 5 announced it would no longer be producing the reality TV show, or its celebrity counterpart.
Aberdeen youngsters are following in the footsteps of famed actors, including Gemma Arterton, with their production of Made in Dagenham.
KT Tunstall has been one of Britain’s most successful singer-songwriters of the last 15 years and is continuing to blaze a trail in the music industry.
Game of Thrones star Aiden Gillen will join a line-up of musicians in Aberdeen for a tribute to the music of David Bowie.
Get your dancing shoes ready as the musical theatre spectacle that is Fame takes over His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen for a few exciting days this month.
The stage is set for Inverness to host two world-class piping competitions this week as hundreds of pipers from as far afield as Canada, America, New Zealand, Australia and Europe descend on the city for two days.