The First Lady of Musical Theatre is set to wow Aberdeen audiences next week.
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One of the most popular British comedians is set to bring laughs to Aberdeen next week ... and he still can’t believe he’s doing his dream job.
An award-winning theatre company is set to raise awareness of dementia with their latest work.
The Gruffalo’s Child has ignored her father’s warning and will tiptoe out on to the HMT stage next Thursday.
Top comedy team The Dolls are to break stereotypes and teach us a thing or two about friendship.
Back in 1934, a scientist tried to reach for the stars – literally.
A Comedy provocateur is coming to Aberdeen.
Legally Blonde is out to break the dumb blonde stereotype next week.
Mamma Mia! is set to bring sunshine, love and laughter to Aberdeen.
Thirty years on and The Steamie still fills theatres.
Never mind the midwife ... call the monster, as Aberdeen’s homegrown acting star Laura Main returns to the Granite City in Shrek The Musical.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, one of Scotland’s theatrical classics is set to build up a head of steam.
Strictly Come Dancing stars will be ready to Rip It Up with their new show.
An off-broadway musical will receive its Scottish premiere in Aberdeen next week.
One of the UK’s most in-demand comedians will be bringing his special brand of hilarity to Aberdeen next week.
“Women feel just as men feel”, Jane proclaims fiercely in one of many impressive monologues that pepper the National Theatre adaptation of Jane Eyre.
It is a tale of choosing happiness, discovering independence and succeeding on your own terms that still resonates today ... 170 years after it was written.
Country music fans will definitely enjoy Ma Simpson’s upcoming musical.
Scotland’s own professional touring company, Opera Bohemia, will return to Aberdeen with a romantic masterpiece by Georges Bizet.
Take a theatre company celebrating its 65th anniversary, add a show in its 83rd year and what do you get?
British Jazz Legend Chris Barber and his Big Chris Barber Band are coming to Aberdeen to celebrate 100 years of Jazz.
Still Game’s Methadone Mick is coming to Aberdeen – not that you would recognise him.
The Aberdeen International Youth Festival is back – and this year they are encouraging us to See the World in Aberdeen.
Though it does not officially start until tomorrow, Aberdeen International Youth Festival got under way last night with a wonderfully entertaining preview performance of A Comedy of Errors by the Rhona Mitchell School of Drama.
When Paul Metcalfe was told he was the best Rod Stewart impersonator, by Rod's own brother, it meant everything to him.
Audiences are set to be "left speechless" by a country music show.
Returning with a catalogue of high profile singers, Glamis Proms is an annual event not to be missed.
The cream of the world's talent is brought to the Granite City every year by the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
There's only one way to make Millie Dillmount's dreams come true, and that's to move to New York City.
Aberdeen Opera Company kicked off a five-show run of the hit musical Chess at HMT Aberdeen last night.