Elderly people across Aberdeenshire are being asked for their views on housing and related support.
One of the biggest drag shows in the world is heading to Aberdeen in 2020.
All things gaming and pop culture props from wizards and Westeros to feature at north-east convention
Aberdeen will be awash with all things entertainment next week, as the city’s largest gaming and pop culture event makes its return.
When you have reached the age of 70, look fabulous and are still performing to packed theatres, you deserve to be referred to as a “national treasure”.
World-renowned entertainment company Cirque du Soleil will bring its new show Crystal to Aberdeen for the first time next year.
Visitors who enjoyed a first look at P&J Live when the north-east’s newest and biggest venue held a special preview event on Saturday say they were "blown away" by the experience.
Saturday's preview of P&J Live will be a stunning taster of everything the venue has to offer, its bosses have promised.
Aberdeen’s stunning new £333 million exhibition and conference complex opened its doors for the first time on Thursday - and council bosses said there is even more to come.
For almost 30 years, fans have been enjoying seeing some of the biggest stars in the north-east. But how much of those visits do you remember? Can you name the first act to perform there? And has returned the most? Take our quiz and test your AECC knowledge.
Aberdeen citizens will be floating on air as two events showing ways to improve air quality are taking place this month.
Fans of Highland Games events are in for a double helping of entertainment this weekend as a pair of the traditional celebrations are held in the north-east.
Political journalist and broadcaster John Sergeant will headline the 16th Nairn Book and Arts Festival (NBAF).
Families are being encouraged to head along to Taste of Grampian, with more than just culinary delights on offer.
Care home residents in Aberdeen will compete in a "golden games" sports tournament next week.
Organisers of a north-east beer festival will be buying more than a few rounds for local charities.
Owners and collectors of military vehicles have been urged to take them along to Grampian Transport Museum next month.
Comedy star Jack Dee sells out Elgin venue as volunteers hail its new lease of life under community control
The volunteers who run Moray's biggest performance venue say a sell-out comedy show highlights the new lease of life it has enjoyed under their control.
The future of the Scottish Six Day Trials (SSDT), worth more than an estimated £1.5 million to the Lochaber economy, is in jeopardy if "illegal" riders don't keep off private land, organisers have said.
Professional circus performers will execute spectacular balances, tumbles and juggling for a special audience of babies and young children in Forres this weekend.
Artists from around the world are hard at work adding a splash of colour to Aberdeen city centre for this year's Nuart festival.
From Dyce to the Deep South, jazz is recognised as a key form of musical expression.
Tomorrow people of all ages will hit the streets to celebrate Halloween.
An Aberdeen library is hosting a series of events to mark a special anniversary this summer.
A popular comedy festival will return to Aberdeen this autumn for a second year, bringing some of the best international and national acts to Aberdeen.
It has been 27 years since their first album but the Scottish band still have firm fans.
Up to 1000 people could bring fizz to an Aberdeenshire town when two brothers bring a popular knees-up back for its third year.
Fort William is preparing to pull out all the stops for the Lochaber town's first big cruise liner visit since its new pontoons were built.
Stricter licensing rules for public events are being introduced by Highland Council.
A north-east soprano and her conductor mother, who nurtured her musical talent from birth, will appear on stage together for the final time at a popular event next month.
Thousands turned up for a burgeoning annual Aberdeenshire knees-up at the weekend as it experienced its "biggest ever" year.
A popular Aberdeenshire festival will become one of the greenest in the country when it starts pouring pints next month.
A historic Aberdeenshire castle will transport its audience back 100 years for a special concert to commemorate those who perished during World War I.