A comedian has postponed his sold-out Aberdeen show due to coronavirus.
Aberdeen performing arts
Aberdeen Performing Arts - which runs His Majesty's Theatre, the Music Hall and The Lemon Tree - has launched a fundraising plea to help protect its future after the coronavirus crisis forced the closure of all three venues.
The Aberdeen Jazz Festival is suspending the rest of its programme for this week.
Aberdeen Performing Arts venues in the city have closed with immediate effect.
An arts charity has postponed a comedian’s performances at Aberdeen's Music Hall over coronavirus – and said more cancellations will follow.
Read more about the Olivier award-winning stage production of A Monster Calls before the countrywide tour arrives in Aberdeen.
Jings, Crivvens, Help Ma Boab! Scotland’s cheekiest spiky-haired scamp is coming to His Majesty’s Theatre in March!
A rededication service will be held to pay tribute to 19 soldiers from the city who volunteered to fight against fascism during the Spanish Civil War.
A new music class in Aberdeen will use colours, shapes and cutting edge technology to allow youngsters with additional support needs (ASN) to gain a deeper understanding of music.
Plans have been approved to clean the granite on Aberdeen’s A-listed Music Hall.
Aberdeen Performing Arts has made more than £5 million and attracted audiences in excess of 300,000 in the past year, a new report reveals.
North-east organisations have received recognition at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Four decades after “The Exorcist” became a horror classic that terrified and delighted audiences, fans can now enjoy it on stage.
A glittering and star-packed Cinderella panto is set to delight Aberdeen audiences at His Majesty’s Theatre this Christmas.
A brand new concert celebrating the “Graceland” album is coming to Aberdeen at the end of October.
Currently playing to sell-out audiences in London’s West End, Dolly Parton’s hit musical based on the classic movie ‘9 to 5’ will arrive at His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen, next week (October 22 to 26).
A musical based on one of the most popular movies of the 1990s is coming to Aberdeen next month.
A brand new orchestral season is set to open in spectacular style next month at Aberdeen’s redeveloped Music Hall, with a special RSNO Proms concert at 5pm on Sunday, September 15.
Music fans in the north-east will be treated to a weekend of extraordinary music at next month’s True North Festival.
Scotland’s most celebrated fiddle band Blazin’ Fiddles is joining together with the twice ‘Scots Singer of the Year’ Emily Smith for a special gig in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen youngsters are being urged to let their talents shine at a summer school.
A pension pot for more than 50 north-east companies has boosted its profits by nearly £350 million in the past year.
Following a successful tour around the UK, most recently as part of Edinburgh International Festival, Lau Land is taking over Aberdeen Performing Arts Music Hall on Friday 7th June and Saturday 8th June.
The project to refurbish an Aberdeen landmark has nabbed a prestigious award – just six months after re-opening.
Fears over funding cuts for community groups and organisations were allayed for some – though others are set to have their budgets slashed.
School pupils are to showcase their talents with two upcoming concerts.
The future of another Aberdeen festival is in jeopardy after proposed funding cuts were revealed this week.
Hundreds of culture vultures packed into Aberdeen Music Hall for its grand reopening today.
Aberdeen's Music Hall has a very special place in the heart of everyone in the North-east, says the venue’s boss.
Ordinary people, young and old, from across the north-east are gearing up to take centre stage for the grand re-opening of Aberdeen's Music Hall.