Amanda Bynes has opened up on her struggles with addiction following a public meltdown which saw her retire from acting.
Brace yourself as the feel-good musical Hairspray makes a triumphant return to Aberdeen after a one-year hiatus.
Brenda Edwards is sure that Aberdonian audiences will be jumping out of their seats to dance before the end of the show as Hairspray hits the Granite City this week.
Donald Trump is a bit like Marmite – you either love him or loathe him. His call earlier this year to ban Muslims from the United States sparked furious debate on both sides of the pond, which is why one award-winning show visiting Eden Court this Saturday could not be more topical.
What gives a girl power and punch? Is it charm? Is it poise? No, it’s hairspray! Cheryl Livingstone speaks to Freya Sutton about bagging her dream role in this award-winning musical
Whatever the weather holds, the outlook is sunny for the Highlands and islands this year, thanks to a host of top-class entertainment and events taking place, writes Susan Welsh
When does your weekend start? Curtain down on Saturday night. Perfect night in? A good take away, The X Factor on the TV and my baby.
The curtain has closed on the panto and the January blues have well and truly sunk in. As we sit at our desks, weaning our bodies back into a routine after two weeks of long lies and scrumptious brunches, the only things keeping us going are the, hopefully, approaching warmer weather and a busy social calendar. Unfortunately, no one can make any promises weather-wise, but there’s plenty of live shows visiting Aberdeen this year to keep you entertained. Your Weekend takes a look at what’s on this month and next
It’s not long now until Hairspray comes to the north and north-east. Cheryl Livingstone speaks to Tony Maudsley about women’s clothing, moving into theatre and Divine