The festive period is traditionally a time for families and friends to come together.
It is not quite a tale as old as time but a book more than six decades overdue has finally been returned to city librarians.
The toy theatre collection of the late Coronation Street actor Peter Baldwin is to go up for sale at auction.
A rare bronze statuette of Peter Pan, "The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up", is expected to fetch up to £30,000 at auction in Edinburgh this week.
A Moray theatre group is defying convention by staging its pantomime this month to help locals combat the winter blues.
Breaking Bad’s Laura Fraser is returning to TV screens in a new feature-length adaptation of Peter Pan, on ITV tonight. The Glaswegian actress tells YL why the moving adaptation will still have universal appeal For down-to-earth Laura Fraser, there’s nothing at all true in the old chestnut about work drying up for actresses in their 30s. Now 39, she’s most famous for playing businesswoman and black marketeer Lydia Rodarte-Quayle in the last series of cult hit Breaking Bad - a role she landed after she turned 35.
Cast members from His Majesty's Theatre spread the panto cheer yesterday when they paid a visit to Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital.
When does your weekend start? It depends whether I am working or not. If I am, Saturday morning; if not, Friday night.
When does your weekend start? During panto season, it starts on a Sunday night.
It’s Peter Pan like you’ve never seen it before. Cheryl Livingstone joins Elaine C. Smith, Alan McHugh and Jordan Young as they once again bring festive joy to the north-east
With ticking lifelike crocodiles, children who can fly, pirates and a boy who doesn’t grow old, Peter Pan the panto is a show not to be missed, writes Susan Welsh
A sighting of Elaine C. Smith in the Granite City can mean only one thing – panto season is nearly upon us. Cheryl Livingstone speaks to four local lads who have bagged the chance of a lifetime and get to share the stage with the queen herself
Rehearsals for this year's panto at the Her Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen are now underway - oh yes they are!
We've all heard of Peter Pan, Captain Hook and Neverland from J.M. Barrie's novel, but movie director Joe Wright has decided it's time to completely reframe the story, and explore the origins of Peter and his companions.