An Aberdeen man left his partner speechless after he asked her to marry him on the stage of His Majesty's Theatre.
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Granite Noir, Aberdeen’s acclaimed crime-fiction festival is moving online next year.
Nearly 1.5 million people made use of public sports facilities in Aberdeen last year, councillors have heard.
The Rocky Horror Show is set to make a return trip to the north-east, while the story of one of the most famous showbiz families of all time will be told in The Osmonds: A New Musical.
A regional approach to support for the arts could help a north-east culture body recover from the Covid-19 crisis, an MSP has suggested.
Strictly Come Dancing Star AJ Pritchard and his brother Curtis, of Love Island fame, want Aberdeen fans to join them on a big night out.
A virtual music festival has been hailed a success by its organisers.
Two north-east art venues have been awarded a share of more than £800,000 of emergency funding to help them survive through the pandemic.
The Scottish Government has been urged to step in and save jobs after it emerged north-east entertainment chiefs could go bust.
An Aberdeen theatre has been wrapped up this week as part of a national campaign.
The announcement of a new £10 million Scottish Government relief fund for performing arts venues has been welcomed.
Strictly Come Dancing’s reigning champion, Oti Mabuse, is waltzing her way to Aberdeen.
His Majesty’s Theatre is an Aberdeen icon, standing proudly on Rosemount Viaduct, part of the trinity of “education, salvation and damnation” alongside the Central Library and St Mark’s Church.
Aberdeen Performing Arts is asking residents of the north-east to recreate classic album covers as part of a new challenge.
A man has recreated a historic Aberdeen theatre in a video game to channel his love for musical theatre during lockdown.
An appeal to help Aberdeen Performing Arts keep the lights on has brought in £50,000 to date.
The phenomenally successful musical The Book Of Mormon has rescheduled dates for its Aberdeen run.
A comedian has postponed his sold-out Aberdeen show due to coronavirus.
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.