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The skies across Aberdeen will shine an array of different colours as the city hosts their annual fireworks display at the Beach Boulevard tonight.
The team behind a Doris Day musical is confident that its tour of towns across the north-east could pave the way for more shows to visit smaller communities.
North audiences will be transported to 1990s Paris next week thanks to Amélie The Musical.
After months of rehearsals, lots of laughter and a huge helping of hard work, members of Inverness-based Starlight Musical Theatre can currently be found gracing the stage of the Empire Theatre in Eden Court where they are presenting Shrek the Musical.
A Fraserburgh group will perform its own version of The Wizard of Oz to mark 80 years of the iconic tale.
Club Tropicana musical will transport you back to a world of 80s perms, OTT clothes and fantastic tunes
Having gone down a storm when it played Aberdeen earlier this year, it’s now the turn of Highland audiences to embrace the action-packed, fun musical, Club Tropicana.
Eastenders actor Shane Richie will take to the stage in Aberdeen next year, reprising his role in the touring production of a hit West End musical.
Beatles fans in search of a bit of nostalgia will Come Together this week to hear an outstanding tribute to one of the most famous bands on the planet.
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Susan Welsh saw Let It Be at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
They might be entertaining, but how many Broadway musicals can say they are based on a true story?
A group of young Moray performers have taken a radical approach to character acting - by getting haircuts to match their alter egos.
Bill Forsyth’s international hit film Local Hero had a massive impact on Aberdeenshire in the 1980s.
Within minutes of the curtain rising on opening night of Madagascar the Musical, the stage at Eden Court was bursting with colour, action and music.
Frozen the musical is heading to London’s West End.
Talented youngsters at an Aberdeen school will Turn Back Time when they hit the stage with their 90s show next week.
The cast and crew of a musical version of the 1983 film Local Hero have visited arguably its biggest star, Pennan.
Actress Lesley Joseph will reprise the role of Miss Hannigan in Annie when she rejoins the touring production of the West End musical.
Comedian Paul Whitehouse grins as Grandad as he joins the cast of the musical version of Only Fools And Horses in the first photos of the ensemble.
Louise Redknapp has broken her wrist and has a “horrible gash” on her chin, according to her 9 to 5 co-star Bonnie Langford.
Hit romantic drama The Notebook is to be turned into a Broadway musical.
A gleeful Aberdeen audience entered the festive season slightly early last night as a stage version of popular Christmas movie Elf visited the city.
If you are in the mood for a massive burst of nostalgia, double denim, shell suits, leg warmers and Lycra, Flashdance is the show for you.
Travelling around the country with a chihuahua is something a little bit different for Bill Ward, who many will recognise from the likes of Coronation Street and Emmerdale.
Brace yourself as the feel-good musical Hairspray makes a triumphant return to Aberdeen after a one-year hiatus.
His was meant to be purely a straight acting role - but former Spandau Ballet singer and film star Martin Kemp couldn’t help but join in the singing at the end of the feel-good show, Million Dollar Quartet, currently running at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
Look out your platform heels, flared jumpsuits and lashings of sequins as Mamma Mia hits the stage for a month-long run at HMT in Aberdeen.
A north-east Girl Guide has been handed a prestigious royal award for her work with the organisation and for choreographing her town’s production of Annie.
A popular north-east actor is set to put on a saucy show of supercalifragilistic proportions for an Aberdeen audience, and tickets are selling out fast.
A night in Wonderland left a city audience of mad hatters smiling like Cheshire cats at Aberdeen’s HM Theatre.
Some of the biggest names in the West End will take to the stage in Aberdeen next month in new musical ‘Heaven on Earth’.