Joe and Helen Hammill have never been interested in following the herd or pursuing low ambitions.
The Lemon Tree
Two north-east actors have been inspired by Brexit to take part in a new play with the Scottish Youth Theatre National Ensemble.
They've already gained the reputation of being one of Scotland's funkiest groups.
Two law professors whose work made global headlines in a hit Netflix show have added a second Aberdeen date to their tour because of the “phenomenal demand” for tickets.
Britain’s Got Talent finalist Micky P. Kerr to stop off at Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree as part of debut UK tour
Britain's Got Talent finalist Micky P. Kerr will visit Aberdeen's The Lemon Tree next year as part of his debut solo tour of the UK.
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.
Aberdeen-based band The Bloody Marys will perform a Christmas show at The Lemon Tree this December.
A new theatre show inspired by conversations overheard in bus shelters in Aberdeen will open next week.
Delve into a world of memories at The Lemon Tree this weekend. Little ones will be mesmerised as a sleepy attic full of cobwebs and boxes comes to life.
Cult Scottish singer, guitarist and songwriter Alasdair Roberts is touring solo and will be in Aberdeen on November 26.
A stand-up selection of household names will perform at this year’s Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
An Aberdeen recording studio, which has been praised for transforming the music scene in the north-east, will celebrate its twentieth birthday this week.
Award-winning Scottish comic Scott Gibson is taking his Edinburgh Fringe show, Life After Death, on the road.
North-east artists are working together to showcase their creativity.
It's behind you! Actually, it's not. Panto season is just beginning and in Aberdeen and the north-east, there are plenty to choose from.
He’s already appeared on TV’s Royal Variety Performance and the John Bishop Show, now Sam Wills, the performer known as Tape Face, is ready to entertain audiences in Aberdeen and Inverness next week.
Looking for something exciting to do this weekend? Here are 13 events that you definitely don't want to miss.
A new production written by Scotland's makar is coming to the north-east.
A special event will give people in the north-east an insight into the scientific basis behind one of the most critically-acclaimed TV shows of the last decade.
Controversial Scottish comedian Frankie Boyle is to perform in Aberdeen this summer.
A concert celebrating the music of ethnic minorities will take place in The Granite City next month.
Anyone who goes to comedy shows regularly knows that you should never turn up late – unless you want to become part of the gig itself.
Oasis, The Smiths, Primal Scream. Just some of the legendary bands that have started off on independent record labels.
A group of young performers from Aberdeen will bring their play inspired by the city to the Lemon Tree tonight.
The Aberdeen International Youth Festival will kick off on next week with a host of dance, music and performance-based events across the city.