If you could choose one memory from your life to relive over and over again for eternity, what would it be?
The north-east’s theatrical scene was given a boost of new energy last weekend with two original showcases. Andrew Youngson was in the audience at the premiere performances
Before TV and the internet were the foundations of entertainment, there was a market for a plethora of picture houses.
One north-east firm has more than its share of Christmas stars - with five of its staff putting on pantomimes this festive season.
300 tickets for a Beauty and the Beast pantomime are being given away to community groups and charities in Aberdeen.
A pantomime retelling of a classic fantasy story is on track to become a Christmas record-breaker at a historic Aberdeen venue.
A group of young Ukrainian dancers are delighted to be performing in the north-east for the second time as part of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF).
Company of Wolves aim to offer audiences and performers alike the space to dream. Andrew Youngson reports
Matthew Bourne’s adaptation of William Goulding’s classic novel, Lord of the Flies, had its Scottish premiere in Inverness last night – and went down a storm.
With the centenary of World War I’s outbreak swiftly approaching, historical reports and first person accounts from those dark days are all over the media. But with many people already claiming their interest in the subject matter is wavering due to its overexposure in recent months, the pressure is on for those sharing stories about The Great War to make it as engaging and relevant as possible.