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.
Taking a trip to Neverland is exactly what audiences can expect in Shazam Theatre Company SCIO Take 2 Juniors' latest show.
Performing their school show for the sixth year at ACT Aberdeen will be a welcome occasion for Bridge of Don Academy pupils.
A talented Aberdeen cast will be making all the right moves when they stage their version of Chess next week.
An old classic was given a modern twist by a youth group at Aberdeen's Art Centre and Theatre.
The producers of musical sensation Sister Act were singing Hallelujah when Alexandra Burke finally agreed to star as Deloris Van Cartier in the leading role.