Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Aberdeen Youth Music Theatre is setting sail with a new adaptation of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance.
Showgirl glitz and glamour meets battered old tour bus, Priscilla, in a heart-warming, uplifting tail of fabulous friendship.
An exceptional story of the fight against good versus evil coupled with a tale of true love prevailing, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games demonstrates an incredible parable through Irish dancing.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a slick production by the University of Aberdeen Opera Society.
Thirty years since the exceptional story of The Commitments, was brought to life, actor Brian Gilligan performs in the iconic role of lead singer Deco Cuffe.
Omid Djalili is not scared to skirt the line of controversy or in some cases dance straight over it.
One of Scotland's top crime novelists is set to make a thrilling appearance at Aberdeen's first crime writing festival, Granite Noir.
The North-east is being treated to a musical with a difference with Quids In Theatre Company's production of Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens.
Young people can show off their skills for the chance to be part of a new national theatre group.
Although on a festive run until Christmas Eve, Catherine Wheels Theatre Company's production of White is not a pantomime.
As staple fixtures of the biggest pantomime in the North-east, dazzling and delighting audiences at Christmas time comes naturally to Alan McHugh and Jordan Young.
Disney on Ice is coming to spread its magic and mesmerise audiences in the North-east this Christmas as it brings its rendition of the Academy Award winning film Frozen to the rink.
Comedian Daniel Sloss says his latest tour has already caused the break up of more than 20 couples.